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neopolis

neopolis

   
   Ancient Neopolis stands as the second peninsula, little further to the Pigeon Island. The site was controlled by the Ionians and was functioning for controlling the trade between the cities. Neopolis was also reputed for the first inhabited area of Kusadasi. By the long years, earthquakes have disturbed the land causing the ancient site to sink under the clear waters of Kusadasi, creating a sunken city. Today, only a few remain can be noticed in the area. Ceramic pieces, wall remnants, clay and glassware pots dating back to the Roman and Byzantine periods have been revealed from Neopolis and are displayed in the Ephesus Museum.

How to Go?… Neopolis is close to the center of Kusadasi, behind the Pigeon Island. Kadinlar Denizi minibuses pass through Neopolis in every 3 minutes. 

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