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Did you know Ephesus is considered one of the great outdoor museums of Turkey?

Did you know the toilets in Ephesus were ranged side by side with no partition between them?

Did you know before the rich people used the toilets their slaves sat and heated toilets’ stone for their masters?

Did you know the ancient Romans knew the true shape of the world even back in the 1st century AD? It can be understood from the round shape on which one foot of Emperor Trajan is resting, symbolized his rule of the world.

Did you know the facade of Celsus Library has 2 stories but the interior facade has 3 stories because of original architecture?

the Celsus LibraryDid you know the Celsus Library in Ephesus was the third largest library with the capacity of 12,000 scrolls after  the Alexandra and Pergamum?

Heraclitus was born in EphesusDid you know one of the early philosophers Heraclitus was born in Ephesus and his famous motto that an individual can and can not step into the same river twice?

Did you know the first church dedicated to Virgin Mary is in Ephesus?

Did you know Ephesus which was once a seaport is now 6 miles away from the sea?

Did you know that Ancient City of Ephesus was built 4 times in the history and the Ephesus we walk around today is the 3th one?

Did you know that The Virgin Mary lived her last years of her life in Turkey, here in a small cottage near Ephesus?

Did you know The Virgin Mary’s house in Ephesus is visited by Pope the 6th Paul and Pope Jean Paul as well?

Did you know The Third Ecumenical Council convened in the Church of the Virgin Mary? The same church is also known as one of the seven churches of the Apocalypse?

Did you know one of the seven wonders of the antiquity, Temple of Artemis, is at Ephesus?

Did you know one of the seven wonders of the world is believed to be rebuilt 7 times?

Did you know one of the Seven Churches (congregation in the first century AD) of Revelation was in Ephesus? (Revelation 2:1-7)

Did you know  St. Paul the Apostle was born in Tarsus, in southeast of Turkey, gave lecture in the Tyrannus Hall and the synagogue in Ephesus for two years in his third missionary journey?  (Acts 19:8,9)

Did you know that the columns of Artemis was 30 meters high?

Did you know Artemis Temple covers an area of 125meters by 60meters, as big as a soccer field?

Did you know the first advertisement of the antiquity, which shows the way to the brothel, is on the Marbel Street in Ephesus?

Did you know that The Marble Street is 800 meters long and Curetes Street is 1km long?

Did you know The Grand Theatre in Ephesus has seating capacity of 24000 and a high of 38meters?

Did you know 7 Christians who fled Ephesus is believed to have slept in a cave near Ephesus for 200 years?

Did you know Ephesus is the best preserved classical city of the Eastern Mediterranean, and among the best places in the world enabling one to genuinely soak in the atmosphere of Roman times?

Did you know that Christians would identify themselves to one another with the sign of the fish which is iktus in Greek and Christians used the sign of the fish as a short hand for a phrase in which each word represented one letter of iktus ‘Jesus Christ God's Son Savior’ ?


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