Istanbul to Ephesus Tours

Ephesus Ancient Ruins of Turkey Aegean Coastline – Chapter 7

Ephesus Ancient Ruins of Turkey Aegean Coastline – Chapter 7 Marble Street: The part which begins from the south of the theater, leading along the commercial agora, was covered with marble stones by a man. Eutopia, who was believed to live in fifth-century A.C. The Street, which looks even now fairly good, was built for vehicles. […]

Ephesus Shore Excursions

Ancient of Turkey Aegean Coastline – Chapter 6

Ancient of Turkey Aegean Coastline – Chapter 6 Arkadiane: (Harbour Street) According to a written table, the Street with columns, which is called after Emperor Arcadian’s, has been consisting sin¬ce the Hellenistic Age. Indeed, the base parts, which hare found in Propylene, which is on the same axis of the west end of Arcadian, is […]

Day Trip to Cappadocia from Ankara

About Cappadocia Turkey

About Cappadocia Turkey, In 1082 the Seljukians captured the citadel of Caesarea and from then on Cappadocian communities were under Seljukian authority. The Moslems with. Iranian background acted really permissively towards the people. The last years of this and the next century passed with the struggle against the Crusaders and with internal conflict among the […]

Ancient Ephesus of Turkey Aegean Coastline – Chapter 6

Ancient Ephesus of Turkey Aegean Coastline – Chapter 6 St. John Church: According to an interesting story of the saints, St. Jean had lived (200 A.C.), died, and been buried here on this hill. Initially, the grave was assigned by a monument in a church with the wooden roof in the fourth century A.C. One […]

Ankara to Cappadocia Pamukkale and Ephesus Tours

Ancient Ephesus of Turkey Aegean Coastline – Chapter 6

Ancient Ephesus of Turkey Aegean Coastline – Chapter 6 The God Bes: Was found ın the 14 meters deep well of the brothel, (1956). In the museum. The small statue is exposed ın a corner behind a 15 cm. Tali montre. The tail and masculıne lımbs expresses rıpe- ness and fertility. The picture is in […]

Cappadocia Information Turkey

Cappadocia Information Turkey, Before talking more about the rock churches a short glance at the Byzantine history is necessary. Before Cappadocia was occupied by Tiberius, Central Anatolia was known as a free continent. The Persians invaded Anatolia at the beginning of the VIlth century. They captured Caesarea in 605 and occupied it until 611. They […]

Bodrum to Istanbul included Aegean Dream Tour

Ancient Ephesus of Turkey Aegean Coastline – Chapter 5

Ancient Ephesus of Turkey Aegean Coastline – Chapter 5 Agora and its surroundings are the buildings which were built by thinking as an entertainment settlement where the people could shop rather than as a center of the settlement. Port hot water springs begin with the saloons of the sport of Verulanus. In the west önce […]

Ankara to Cappadocia Pamukkale and Ephesus Tours

Ancient Ephesus of Turkey Aegean Coastline – Chapter 4

Ancient Ephesus of Turkey Aegean Coastline – Chapter 4 In the road junction, there are a lot of buildings and a house of entering- containment (love) below. The ruins of the library of Celsus appear up to the south of Agora. This building was made to construct by Aquila the first in order to commemorate […]

Day Trip to Cappadocia from Ankara

Information About Cappadocia Turkey

Information About Cappadocia Turkey, Cappadocia Turkey Early Christians, 1st to tithe Centuries: Following the Apostolic age, we have a fair amount of information about Christianity in coastal Anatolia. On the other hand, not much is known about first century Cappadocia. Nevertheless, it is obvious that an important number of Christian communities existed during the second […]

4 Days Ankara to Cappadocia Pamukkale and Ephesus Tours

Visiting Sites in Ephesus Day Tours

Visiting Sites in Ephesus Day Tours This is a cemetery of martyrs remained from the epoch of King Augustin. The street of Kirtan comes down to the main marble street steeply from here. We are glad to show you all these important places in our Ephesus Day Tours. The ruins of Ephesus begin from 300 […]