The facade of the Library of Celsus is one of the most spectacular sights in Ephesus. Built by a Roman in memory of his father, it faces east so the reading rooms receive the morning light.
This attractive Roman imperial temple was constructed in 118 and reconstructed in the fifth century. Its tympanum bears an interesting frieze that may represent Medusa.
These well-preserved dwellings provide an important window into the lifestyles of the Ephesian elite in Roman and Byzantine times.
One of the main Roman roads in ancient Ephesus, named for its marble pavement.
Once lined with shops and inns, Curetes Street was a main city street and an important processional route in the cult of Artemis.