Hall of Ephesus Ancient City
In our Ephesus Tours, you will be able to visit The Theater. This saloon with 23 rows of sitting used to contain 1500 people. Since this department has a saloon with a bull head and divisions in the form of bullhead which closes the upper Agora in the North.
It has been given this name. The ruins of Nymphaeum in the southern part of Agora. They were built in the second century and restored in the fourth century by King Constantine.
Later you can come to Pretention. This is the temple of Hestia and
Boulaia, and the town-hall of Ephesus Turkey. Here have been found the statues of Artemis. One can see here the distance up to Minimus. Hydration, which is a street fountain is standing near the statue of Minimus, a grandson of Sulla. There is the street of Domitian. On the left, there is a building with a single base and Pollio Nymphaeum. This was built again a short period of time ago, that is, recently.
At the end of the street, the ruins of a fountain can be seen on the left. This was made to build by Bassus in the years of 80’s (A.D.) In the opposite side, the temple of Domitian exists. This was slightly ruined in the year of 96 A.D.
If we turn again to the street of Kirtan, after a street door there is a fountain of Trajan on the right. Some parts have been rebuilt. On the left of the street, the main walls of the house with five stories can be seen.The terraces of the houses that were made in the first century are of the slope. One can go up the hot water springs of Solastika through steps on the right. This is restored by a native woman in the fourth century.You can see this monument while you are in Ephesus Tours. There is the monument of Hadrian which was made in front of hot water springs in the year of 130 A.D. for the honor of King Hadrian. It has a delicate craftsmanship and a meticulous type of construction. In front of this, the graveyard which dates from the first century, as well as the remnants of Nymphaeum, are seen.