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Curetes St., Selcuk, Turkey
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Reviewed 15 February 2017

Perhaps one of my least favourite things in Ephesus. I could be wrong, but the reconstruction of this looks a bit wonky. I am not a fan of when old and new construction materiel are mixed together. That said, still a nice bit of history...More

Thank MAJ_Dave44
Reviewed 4 January 2017

In Roman times this was much taller but the restoration gives a good impression of how it might have looked.

Thank RobertFGCarter
Reviewed 18 November 2016

Part of the ancient Ephesus tour. Located on the right hand side as you walk down the old street. The carvings are very ornate and it leaves you wondering how this place looked in all it's glory. There are lots of plaques to read as...More

Thank Murray D
Reviewed 15 November 2016

Detailed design features in the surviving arch, too bad it has been vandalized over the centuries, the Romans were great builders.

Thank gd454
Reviewed 26 October 2016

The Trajan fountain is situated along the right side of Curetes street and was dedicated to the Emperor Trojan. Although the original nymphean (not actually a fountain), was much taller and a smaller version has been rebuilt. This is also why some of the ornamental...More

1  Thank 1TraveltheWorld
Reviewed 29 August 2016

Make sure you notice all the details in the carvings. I can not even imagine the talent it took to create this structure. Beautiful.

Thank JTL07825
Reviewed 20 July 2016

impressive restored ruin to stop and look at. large fountain statue ruin. no water-but still impressive indeed.

Thank jlantern3
Reviewed 28 June 2016

Every where you turn, you see great things in Ephesus. Not a Fountain, but more like a temple, it may have had water running into the pool in front of it that then continued on down the hill to the latrines!

Thank DougTMesa
Reviewed 11 June 2016

Constructed between 102 and 114 AD in honor of Artemis of Ephesos & Emperor Trajan. Two story walls surrounded the facade on three sides with a statue of Trajan on the globe in the middle over the water outlet. A pretty impressive structure.

Thank William C
Reviewed 4 April 2016 via mobile

Trajan was a world conqueror. To honor him with a statue in a large pool would have been an ostentatious display of Roman dominance and engineering. It seems simple to us today, but to surrounding peoples for whom water supply would have been intermittent, it...More

Thank Mike K
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