Discover Selcuk Efes Ephesus | IZMIR City Walking Tour 4K | Turkey Destinations | VLOG
We wanted to share amazing views of the Efes Selcuk district located in Izmir, Turkey. You will relax while watching our video due to wonderful scenes and 432 Hz relaxing music (Happiness Frequency), and definitely feel like you are there. Also, we share some useful information below. Please check it out. Have a nice viewing…
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00:06 Walking Tour and Some Historical Remains
04:06 Ayasuluk Castle and St. Jone Monument
09:09 Isabey Mosque (The Mosque of Isa Bey)
10:37 Walking Tour Continues
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The first establishment of the ancient city of Ephesus, which is within the boundaries of the Selcuk district of Izmir Province, dates back to 6000 BC. In recent research and excavations, on the mounds around the Ephesus (prehistoric settlements on hills) and on the Ayasuluk Hill where the castle is located, settlements belonging to the Bronze Ages and the to the Hittites were identified. In the Hittites Period, the name of the city was Apasas. The city of Ephesus, where also the immigrants from Greece came to live in 1050 BC, was moved to the vicinity of the Temple of Artemis in 560 BC. Ephesus, which is visited today, was founded by Lysimakhos, one of the generals of Alexander the Great in 300 BC. Living its most glorious times during Hellenistic and Roman times, Ephesus had a population of 200,000 people as the capital and the largest port city of the Asian province. Ephesus was relocated in the Byzantine period and came to Ayasuluk Hill in Selcuk where it was established first.
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