Things to do in Selcuk

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    Ephesus Museum

    7 reviews


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    Temple of Artemis

    5 reviews

    Unless someone points it out to you, you may miss it. Really, though, even without knowing what it is, you will enjoy this site.

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  • 3

    Basilica of Saint John

    2 reviews

    Turkey simply does not get enough credit for it's role in Christian history. The Basilica of Saint John was built by the Byzantines on the final resting place of Saint John the Evangelist. Today it's kind of a marvelous open air ruin on top of the hill overlooking town but it's visited by almost no one except a handful of ...

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  • 4

    Isa Mosque

    3 reviews

    Oddly enough Isa Mosque is literally the "Mosque of Jesus" in Turkish. It's a 14th Century structure that resembles late Seljuk Turkish mosques in Western Anatolia. Inside the calligraphy is beautiful and there are a variety of different carpets on the floor. The grounds also overlook the surrounding countryside.

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    Terrace Houses

    1 review

    Part of the Ephesus archaelogical site, the terrace houses require a separate entrance fee, one that is well worth the price to be able to go into the restoration site of the terrace houses and see how the wealthy citizens of Ephesus lived.

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    Roman Aqueducts

    1 review

    The Roman Aqueduct is no longer one continuous structure but rather a line of brick columns and occasional archways that runs through the middle of Selcuk. The most interesting thing about them is the gigantic stork nests on top. In the summer time the storks come back and reclaim their nests.

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  • 7

    Artemis Temple

    1 review

    Not too impressed. I cant imagine how it was in the grander days. Now its just a few columns on swampy area

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    Turkmen Carpet Weaving Center

    1 review

    My guess is that a lot of cruise ship-related Tours stop here before heading back to Port. Gayle and I were were on an Ephesus excursion off our Norwegian Jade ship (from Izmir) and after Lunch, we were off to this Cooperative to see how Turkish Carpets were made. The folks who work here appeared to be Pros, starting with ...

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    best historic place in turkey

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