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The Temple of Artemis (Artemision)

Selcuk, Turkey
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  • Excellent15%
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  • Average42%
  • Poor17%
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Not much left of the temple but everywhere in Ephesus is fascinating and there are interesting stories attached to them.

Thank JohnandJaneS
Reviewed 1 week ago

Our guide asked us to have a look from far place and it is not recommended to go near because of many insects and snakes. Well, one pillar is only remaining out of 5. Many people approach you to sell coins and souvenirs.

Thank Abu_Firas_11
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It is a shame the site is not better kept up, but it is still incredible to be able to say that you have visited one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Within walking distance of the otogar.

Thank guy1067
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Very good visit worth seeing as long as you are interested in historical sites and temples. some people say once youve seen one youve seen them all i disagree i think if history is your thing go for it.

Thank arnoldzimuto
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

History, yes - but little to see. So you'll need not just an expert guide, but one capable of bringing the past to life if you're to get anything from what was one of the wonders of the ancient world.

Thank famwag
Reviewed 17 July 2017

Even though very little remains from the original temple, the Temple of Artemis is a "must see" for its historical value. After all, it was among the 7 wonders of the Ancient world. The photo op takes only a few minutes since the primary remaining...More

Thank moviegeekjn
Reviewed 16 July 2017

Just outside the lower entrance of Ephesus is one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. The temple was once a massive, colonnaded structure honoring the patron goddess of Ephesus. Today, the area is a marsh, and only one lonely column remains standing, but...More

Thank iConcierge
Reviewed 14 July 2017 via mobile

If you are expecting to find a temple still then let me tell you that you won't at all, the only thing you will see here is just a column and rocks remaining from the temple, but if you are a history lover (like me)...More

Thank berenice r
Reviewed 13 July 2017

This place is free of charge. If you want to visit the place, just to make sure to go the 7 world wonder, you have to go here. More intresting to see is the many turtles in the water and the big birds, storch, on...More

Thank Camilla J
Reviewed 12 July 2017

The temple of Artemis is only found in the Maps. There is planning that it can be Reconstructed to its original shaps.

Thank Farrukh S
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David S
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Response from Angel_Wong93 | Reviewed this property |
It is just a small open field with some ruins here and there. There is no museum at that place. You don't even need a ticket to enter this place. This place has ruins, 1 small stall that sells souvenir and one man selling a... More
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