Wander through the ancient ruins of Ephesus, a city that was for many years the second largest city in the Roman Empire and also the second largest city in the world in the 1st century BC. While Ephesus lived in the shadow of Rome, this definitely doesn't imply that it wasn't a wonder in its own right. All you have to do is consider fact that it is home to the largest collection of Roman ruins in the eastern Mediterranean that include the Library of Celsus, Basicilia of St. John, The Odeon, the Temple of Hadrian, the Temple of Domitian, The Tomb/Fountain of Pollio, and the Temple of Artemis, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Plan on spending many hours in Ephesus, soaking up history in all its grandeur.
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- Location: Ephesus, Turkey