If you come through the lower gate this is the first main building you will come across right at the start. It's reasonably small but in a pretty good condition.
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This was the second theater type place in the ancient city. It was bigger than the first place. This is a must see trip when visiting Kusadasi on a cruise ship. I loved visiting this old city and thinking how advanced people were back then....More
The Odeon is one of the first sites you will see upon entry into ancient Ephesus. It is situated near the baths and has a shape of a theatre, which is why it was also called “the little theatre”. It was used as an auditorium,...More
this semi-circular was build around 150 AD. has capacity of 1400 seats. This is not the big theater from south entrance but close to north entrance. It is well preserved.
This is the site of the City Council, discussing politics, taxes and how to get rich. Very easy to imagine the wheeler dealing going on!
You will see the theater as soon as you enter the Ancient City of Ephesus. Amazing work the romans did fromcity to city building these types of structures.
I can not believe the odeion was built about 3000 BC,because it had very interesting architecture and is same as coeval amphitheater.it is very amazing and wonderful.its capacity was about 1500 to 2000 person and i think there was a place for gladiators fighting.i recommend...More