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Ephesus Library Entrance

Written By: jeff

Posted On: October 7th, 2011

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Remaining facades give you a sense of the enormity of the city. Copyright CareerBreakSecrets.com

OK, I know a couple of weeks ago I chose Ephesus for the suh-weet shot, but I couldn’t resist showing off my pic of one of the city’s most famous landmarks’ the entrance to the library. This marble and stone structure (or is it all marble???) gives you a real sense of how big the buildings were here. How anyone constructed this city out of that much marble boggles my mind. But, given the plenitude of marble I saw while traveling in Turkey, maybe it’s not so surprising. It’s all pretty cool, the tall marble pillars, the statues that remain (in whole or in part) and the huge doorway leading to the inside. Forgive me for choosing Ephesus again, but hopefully you think this is being worthy of being part of my Suh-Weet shots series.

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7 Responses to “Ephesus Library Entrance”

  1. I love the perspective of this shot!

  2. Natalie says:

    Perfect shot which shows it off in its glory

  3. That’s probably one of the best photos I’ve ever seen of the library entrance at Ephesus. Really dramatic!

  4. I really enjoyed my visit to Ephesus years ago. And I didn’t even know it existed before!

  5. Great shot! I love the angle!

  6. NLM says:

    I haven’t been there yet–one of these days, I hope.

  7. Great photo! It makes the building actually look massively big!!

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