Turkey Izmir Selçuk
by Volkan YUKSEL
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Andreas Czieborowski, on September 18, 2007, said:
Wow, inside the hill houses. I've never been there. Thus the restoration work must be nearly accomplished there.
Volkan YUKSEL, on September 18, 2007, said:
Andreas, you have to see this. It is really very exciting to be there. Restoration is still in progress but ofcourse it is open to public.
Yes Volkan, I've to see this if I'll visit Ephesos ruins again. Normally I know each stone in Ephesos, but the hill houses were still closed at my last visits, like in ancient times for the simple public :-))).
It is been open to all levels of the public :)last couple of years may be even longer than that. Hope you can come to Ephesus again :)
A rhyme of mine to this:
Be sure I will do :)
Volkan YUKSEL, on September 24, 2007, said:
Andreas, may "God of Wine; Dionysos" always be with you ;) Best wishes, Volkan
Andreas Czieborowski, on September 24, 2007, said:
Volkan thanks for nice wishes,
yes - hopefully Dionysos is being always with me.
cdrates, on September 23, 2009, said:
When was this made? Do you know?
Volkan YUKSEL, on September 27, 2009, said:
Hi, I think this mosaic was made by Romans which may date back to about 2000 years ago. Wikipedia Title for Ephesus may contain the accurate answer. Regards from Chicago, Volkan
starMAN, on January 15, 2010, said:
I want to go Ephesus to see by myself. Impressive art.
Best greetings from Brazil. MAN
Lambri_X3D, on January 15, 2010, said:
Hello komsu! Near me there is also such mosaics. From the same era. Click here or here. Greetings! Lambri
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