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Selcuk
Selcuk Castle
Selcuk Castle

4)The Selcuk Archeological Museum

Housing some very important artifacts from around the region, Archeological Museum offers a glimpse of the areas rich history. The two statues of Artemis, a tableau of Odysseus blinding the Cyclops, erotic statues from Ephesus brothels and exquisite statue of a boy riding a dolphin are the most admired pieces in the Selcuk Archeological Museum.

How to Go??? The museum is in the entrance of the town on Kusadasi road.

5) Turkish Bath Museum

Dating back to 16th century, it reveals Turkish life at the hamam and exemplifies the best of Seljukian architecture. The museum is located at the backside of the courtyard of The Selcuk Archeological Museum.

6) Ephesus

Once the commercial center of the ancient world, Ephesus is a must see in your any trip to Turkey. The extensive remaining reveal the city’s former importance and attract throngs of visitors every year. Also the Cave of Seven Sleepers, where legendary seven young men had slept for about two hundred years, is located in the area of Ephesus.

How to Go??? Ephesus is situated 3km away from Selcuk and can be reached easily by Kusadasi and Pamucak minibuses almost in every 5 minutes.

7)The Temple of Artemis

It is one of the highlights of ancient sites in Turkey, that is once considered as one of the Seven Wonders of the ancient world. The main part of the temple is displaying in the British Museum of London today, but only the foundation part and some columns are enough to prove its former magnificence.

How to Go??? The Temple of Artemis is situated 1 km away from Selcuk and can be reached by Kusadasi or Pamucak minibuses, also by an enjoying walk through the jogging road, alternatively.

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