Discover the best top things to do in Sirince, Turkey including Sirince Koyu, Celsus Kutuphanesi, St. John The Baptist Church, Ancient City of Ephesus, Efes Antik Kenti Tiyatrosu, Kivircik Sarap Evi, The Terrace Houses, Kaplankaya Winery, Curetes Street, Ephesus Museum.
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Once in Kudadasi, you should visit Shirin village or Sirince. A small village with 5000 population. You can spend few hours easily. Sirince market is unique in all aspects. You can buy soups, dried fruits, canned berry juice, clothes, golds. Taste Ayraan from the tap and enjoy a cup of coffee on the sand. Play with birds and relax in any restaurant among plenty.
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Built by Julius Aquila in 110 A.D. as a memorial for his father, the Celsus Library is one of the finest buildings in Ephesus. The two-story building contained over 12,000 hand-written books, making it one of the largest library collections of its time.
The Celsus Kutuphanesi or as we call it a 'Library' was built by the Roman civilization of Ephesus town. Only the remains of the library stand till date but they do give an idea of what used to be here years ago. Must visit place!
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Ephesus is in the UNESCO World Heritage List, which is visited by an average of 1 million people annually.İt is 9000 years inhabited place by different cultural. Historical studies in this area are continuing.
There is Tepmle of Artemis , one of the seven wonders of the world.
This ancient city is 15 minutes from the city of Selcuk and 15 minutes from virvin mary's house.
İf you come to Turkey ,you must see this amazing place.
Entering prices is app.9 € for antik city.There is Yamac(Terrace) Houses in the city 5 €,and Ephesus Museum 2.5 €
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The largest and most spectacular structure of Ephesus was originally built in the 3rd century BC and was later updated by the Romans in the 1st century AD when it had a Seating capacity of 25,000.
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You can enjoy different kinds of wine such as cherry, pomegranate and of course grape wine. There is test wine available.
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Wealthy Ephesians inhabited these luxurious houses on the slopes of Bülbül Mountain.
The state of preservation of these terraced houses is remarkable. The frescoes and murals are absolutely spotless and far from looking like recent excavations. They actually have the appearance of only recently being vacated! Before visiting Ephesus I had assumed that the closest I would get to seeing and imaging in the interior of Roman houses would be the magnificent Pompeii rooms in the Met Museum, However, there is no substitute for seeing original frescoes and murals in situ under a Mediterranean sun. Requiring an additional ticket to visit clearly deters many visitors who only care to see the Library. We went around the site almost on our own despite its location on the principal street to the Library. These houses are equally as memorable as The Library facade. Not to be missed.
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This is a very cute village with old tradition on fruit wine, any visitor can't miss a wine tasting experience.
Here you can try wine made from different kind of fruits grown locally. Melon, cherry, grapes, peach, raspberry, pomegranate, etc.
Definitely worth a visit, if you are around.
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One of the main streets through the city, it was once lined with Fountains, monuments and various shops and galleries.
As in the title, the curates street was where the main houses/stores etc were. It's a good steep climb, so better to walk down than up. In places you can still see the stone metal rings where they would rest and tie off their goods as they rested. There is plenty to see either side of the street such as Hadrians temple and the covered Terrace houses. Pics to follow.
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This important museum displays the pieces found in and around the ruins of Ephesus. Prior to World War II, discoveries were taken to a museum in Vienna.
The museum is nicely laid out with descriptions of items available in English as well as Turkish. The museum contains the treasures unearthed at and nearby Ephesus. It is well designed, modern and air-conditioned, which is really welcome because it is generally so hot outside. It has a nice little sculpture courtyard (complete with relaxing Ephesus cats). The gift shop is a level above what you usually find in Greek/Turkish museums generally. This added to our Ephesus experience.
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