Ephesus, Ancient City of Turkey (Turkey)


Ephesus is an old city of Turkey, the remains of Ephesus are very popular among tourists on the west coast. The Ephesus was famous for the “Temple of Artemis” which is one of the seven wonders of the ancient world declared by UNESCO, which was destroyed by a crowd led by the archbishop of Constantinople 401 AD ago. Some of the ruins of the city can still be observed that include, the Great Theater & the Library of Celsus. The library was built almost 125 AD ago to store 12,000 scrolls and it served as a monumental tomb for Celsus (the governor of Asia). The front of this testimonial was cautiously reconstructed in the year 1970 to its present superb condition from the already present original pieces.