Dominatius Square

Dominatius Square, Selcuk: Address, Phone Number, Dominatius Square Reviews: 4/5

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zuv
Bucharest, Romania20,023 contributions
Just ruins
Aug. 2020
From what it was once a very beautiful market, today only some sad ruins remained. Here you can find the ruins of a few monuments:Temple of Domitian, Fountain of Pollio, Memmius Monument. None of them in a good shape, unfortunately...
Written 25 September 2020
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JohnandJane
Elmira, NY968 contributions
Pollio Fountain
Jan. 2017 • Couples
Everywhere you walk in Ephasus you see jaw dropping scenes reconstructed from 2,000 years ago. Amazing.
Written 13 August 2017
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RobertFGCarter
Fareham, UK1,304 contributions
Part of Ephesus
Aug. 2016
One of the larger arches in Ephesus, well restored to give a good impression of the original. Part of the tour of the city.
Written 4 January 2017
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jlantern3
Columbia, SC11,109 contributions
Good Photo op
Jun. 2016 • Family
old centralized area is good for photos. Some nice stone artwork remains which really is quite attractive
Written 19 July 2016
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Mike K
Phoenix, AZ1,325 contributions
Central attraction
Nov. 2015 • Couples
Built to honor the Emperor Domitian, it is clear that square was meant to serve as the the center of town, as one can see several streets heading straight to it. Not much to photograph.
Written 3 April 2016
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nakhodazadeh
Tehran, Iran477 contributions
Dominatius Square
Jun. 2015 • Couples
Dominatius temple was the first temple to be built in the name of an emperor and it was located next to the Domitian Square . The Polio Fountain and Memmius Monument stands opposite of each other.
Written 15 March 2016
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seafare74
SF, California2,181 contributions
Square Within Ephesus
Oct. 2015 • Couples
This area within Ephesus looks as though it is a hub or area where streets converge to form a town square.
Written 6 November 2015
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Tom P
calgary103 contributions
often overlooked
Oct. 2015 • Couples
the city has great street food and you can get up and close the the aqueduct, castle, church of st john and look dn on what's left of the temple
Written 27 October 2015
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Mary G
Auckland, New Zealand173 contributions
A view back in time
Jul. 2015
One of the many amazing archeological sites here. You pass this as you walk through the archaeological site.
Written 28 August 2015
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cheryl609
Medway, UK93 contributions
dominatuis are huge museum about 4 or 5 miles lenght walking though old buildings settling.
Aug. 2014
very hot weather and lots of walk hard work help lose weight bits, worth it, plenty of information shown and scenery are beautiful too. good to remember. it was 2013 recent.
Written 8 July 2015
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