The Temple of Artemis... Located between Ephesus and Selchuk, it was once one of the seven wonders of ancient times. We came out of the cotton castle and passed through it. It was totally ruined. There was only one pillar standing there, proving to the world that they had been brilliant.
In front of people, there is nothing but ruins and broken walls, but it was very prosperous in ancient Greece. About the origin of the name of the temple. Artemis is the goddess of hunting and primitive nature in ancient Greek mythology. It comes from the ancient goddess of nature, one of the twelve main gods of Olympia. She has another nickname called Cynthia. She is the daughter of Zeus and Leto, the goddess of nature. In addition to hunting, she also manages the production of babies and the protection of newborn babies. She is also one of the three virgin goddesses in the Trinity of Greek mythology. Her belief history is very old. Standing here, feeling the time reversal, a beautiful temple stands here, people enter and enjoy the protection of the goddess, thus life can be continued!
Ancient EFES was a large trading city and the center of the worship of the goddess Sibri. Sibri is Anatolia's fertile reproductive goddess. Under the influence of the Ionians, Sibri became Artemis, the holy goddess of the moon and the hunting goddess, and built the Temple of Artemis. Later the Romans occupied it and classified it as a province of Asia Minor. Artemis became Diana and EFES became a capital of Rome. The ticket to Ephesus is 25TL. When I saw dozens of tourist buses at the entrance of the scenic spot, I think it must be like this. That's the truth.
Artemis is the goddess of hunting and primitive nature in Greek mythology. She comes from the ancient goddess of nature. She is one of the 12 main gods of Olympus. She can see the importance of her position. The temple was built to commemorate Artemis, and now there are only ruins, broken walls and pillars, which can be seen in the magnificent scenery of that year.
It's spectacular, although there's only one pillar and a group of other geese left. Looking closely, it is estimated that 34 people will be able to embrace, but the ancients can build so high. The door is marked with a recovery map. Suggestions to buy the corresponding album, missed the opportunity to be irreparable.
It is one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. After going there, I felt that it was not very protective. It was very deserted. There were not many tourists. It was not very convenient to go there. It was hard to believe what a spectacular scene it would be at that time. It was not worth it.
This is one of the seven wonders of the Roman world. Up to now, we can still vaguely feel the glory of that era when we see the ruins. There are large and small stones scattered here. Nor has it been renovated on such a large scale as Angkor Wat. Maintain the original state for the public to rely on.
The Temple of Artemis is the temple of the Greek goddess Artemis (the Bible translated as Artemis, the Roman goddess of the moon Diana), ranking one of the eight wonders of the ancient world, 425 feet long, 230 feet wide and 126 60 feet high marble pillars. It is said that the construction time is 120 years. On July 21, 356 B.C., the temple was burned by Heroes Status. There is only one pillar left in the temple so far.