A walk thru ancient streets.
I love walking the ancient streets of Ephesus and imaging the city at its peak as a bustling sea port. The temple of Artemis, the library and, of course, the ancient toilets are all necessary sights. A highlight, though, is the Great Theater. The theater, built in the 1st century AD, is a site in which the Apostle Paul preached. The theater's acoustics are so good that you can stand in the middle of the stage and be heard throughout the theater. Here's a tip: if you're a musician, grab the opportunity to take the stage and belt your heart out-- your spine will tingle as you step into a living history.
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Atatürk Mh., Ephesus Archaeological Museum, Uğur Mumcu Sevgi Yolu, 35920 Selçuk/İzmir, Turkey
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