Ephesus Antique City Theater

Bath of Skolastika Skolastika Bath is a 3 storey building located on the entrance of Kuretler Street. There are two characteristics that make baths important. One does not charge the entrance fee of the poor. Perhaps the most important element of civilization is the struggle against class distinction, and it is understood that they provide everyone with the most basic needs such as cleanliness. The other is the use of advanced technology compared to the period. The bath was not only used for cleaning, but also for socializing and having fun. As I walk through the ruins, I feel like hearing cheerful chats that are involved in rising harp melodies. Where is Efes Temple of Hadrian The temple was built to honor the Roman Emperor Hadrian. It is one of the rare structures of the city that has reached today from ancient times. There are interesting reliefs depicting the founding myth of Ephesus on the door girder. The embroidery on it, despite the time after. The inscribed pedestals in front of the temple stand at the time with the power of carrying the statues of the

Town hall The City Hall (Prytaneion) is a place where diplomatic relations with the city administration are carried out and the halls are equipped with god and emperor statues. Among the most valuable works of the Ephesus Museum, the statues of Artemis were found here. At the altar of the goddess Hestia near the building, a sacred fire was burnt. This fire represented the independence and immortality of the city, so that it would never burn. Odeon During the period, city council meetings, theater and competitions were held in the so-called Odeon. Odeon in the Ancient City of Ephesus is a theater-shaped 1400-person area. Today, it hosts classical music concerts and jaz festivals from time to time. Feel the healing and integrative effect of music by sitting in the same places as the ancient civilizations of the ancient city.