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Mount Pion, Roman Skolastika baths below, dating from the first century Ephesus, Turkey City and theatre, long shot across mud flats which were once city harbour, Ephesus, Turkey Hunting scene, relief at fourth century theatre,  Miletus, Turkey Church of Virgin Mary, fourth century, third Oecumenical Council was held here, 431 AD, Ephesus, Turkey Temple of Hadrian, second century, Street of Curates in foreground, Ephesus, Turkey Inscription from above gate to Agora with dedication to Caesar Augustus and his son-in-law Agrippa, Ephesus, Turkey
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Inscription from above gate to Agora with dedication to Caesar Augustus and his son-in-law Agrippa, Ephesus, Turkey Commercial Agora looking towards Mount Pion, Ephesus, Turkey Swag between bulls Harbour Baths also known as Baths of Constantine as re-built by him in fourth century AD, Ephesus, Turkey Harbour Baths also known as Baths of Constantine as re-built by him in fourth century AD, Ephesus, Turkey Church of Virgin Mary, fourth century, Third Oecumenical Council was held here, 431 AD, Ephesus, Turkey
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Church of the Virgin Mary, fourth century, Third Oecumenical Council was held here, 431 AD, Ephesus, Turkey Temple of Hadrian and Street of the Curetes, second century, Ephesus, Turkey Church of Virgin Mary, fourth century, Third Oecumenical Council was held here in 431 AD, Ephesus, Turkey Church of Virgin Mary, fourth century, Third Oecumenical Council was held here in 431 AD, Ephesus, Turkey Bapistery in Church of Virgin Mary, fourth century AD, Ephesus, Turkey Street of Curates, Ephesus, Turkey
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Street of Curetes and Trajan Fortress dating from Byzantine period, restored by Selcuks and Ottomans, Ephesus, Turkey Isa Bey Camii, built 1375 by Isa Bey, son of Mehmet Bey, one of finest Selcuk mosques, Ephesus, Turkey Isa Bey Camii, built 1375 by Isa Bey, son of Mehmet Bey, one of finest Selcuk mosques, Ephesus, Turkey Fortress dating from Byzantine period, restored by Selcuks and Ottomans, Isa Bey Mosque, built by Selcuks in 1375, Ephesus, Turkey Isa Bey Camii, built 1375, and fortress dating from Byzantine period, restored by Selcuks and Ottomans, Ephesus, Turkey
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