Temple of Artemis

Temple Of Artemis: A Wonder Of The Ancient World In Ephesus

Caution! You are about the see one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. The Temple of Artemis, located in the Asia Minor in Ephesus, was built as the largest temple of ancient world.

Comprised of the great harmony of the marble columns and precious metals, the temple was dedicated to Greek goddess of hunt Artemis. But sadly it was destroyed by a fire attack on the same day said to be when Alexander the Great was born. Is it a coincidence that one day, Alexander the Great would order the reconstruction of the temple?

You can still feel the glory of the ancient days from the temple’s remains while the sun is serenading on its columns.

Get ready for an unforgettable adventure and explore the Temple of Artemis at once.

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