Biblioteca de Celso - Efeso

Selected for Google Maps and Google Earth

La construcción de la biblioteca de Celso fue comenzada por Tiberio Julio Celso, que era Gobernador General de la Provincia de Asia. Esta persona quiso dejar algo para que se le recordara después de su muerte y decidió construir esta biblioteca. Cuando murió, su hijo continuó su obra y la acabó en el 135 d. C. La tumba de Celso se encuentra en la parte posterior. En los nichos de la parte inferior hay cuatro estatuas que representan a la Sabiduría, la Virtud, la Ciencia y la Fortuna. La puerta de Maceo - Mitrídates la construyeron estos dos esclavos en agradecimiento al Emperador Augusto por haberlos liberados.


The construction of the Library of Celsus was begun by Tiberius Julius Celsus, who was Governor General of the Province of Asia. This person wanted to leave something to be remembered after his death and decided to build this library. When he died his son continued his work and finished in 135. C. Celso's tomb is in the back. In the niches at the bottom there are four statues representing Wisdom, Virtue, Scientific and Fortune. The door of Maceo - Mithridates the two slaves built in gratitude to the Emperor Augustus for having releasedliberado.

Show more
Show less
Save Cancel Want to use bold, italic, links?

Comments (157)

loamvalley on March 4, 2012

Hi AnaMaria, these ruins were full of life once, and in this state of decay, they still have kept their dignity.... LIKE20 for your beautiful capture and many thanks for your recent comments to my photos! Best regards, Felix

loamvalley on March 4, 2012

P.S. I even added it to my favorites :-)

silvano benedetti on March 4, 2012

LIKE,bella foto del passato,grazie per commento.le finestre delle foto del castello sono sul camminamento di guardia che corre intorno alle mura,saluti

Karlos Conde on March 4, 2012

Una imagen sorprendente y muy bien inmortalizada. Me gusta

Like + YS

Salu2 Ana

bucefal on March 4, 2012

Amazing ancient ruins. LIKE

YS for your gallery.

sandart on March 4, 2012

Great ancient place, excellent photo! LIKE

Greetings, Alexander

Dr.Azzouqa on March 4, 2012

Excellent composition.

LIKE.

Best wishes from Jordan.

Mustafa

Melsen Felipe on March 5, 2012

Enhorabuena por esta extraordinaria imagen, L

Un gran saludo desde Costa Rica, Melsen Felipe

Krystyna Koch on March 5, 2012

Great shot of this beautiful place!

LIKE Greetings from Poland to Argentine, Krystyna.

Mark Kreuz on March 5, 2012

Se ve realmente imponente, 2000 anyos y sigue ahí (teclado alemán falta de enye xD). Por cierto, la historia muy interesante también. Un gran saludo!

Lucien Kivit on March 5, 2012

Very beautiful and interesting picture, Tiberius Julius Celsus succeeded in his effort to be remembered. Excellent shot, LIKE+YS, regards from Belgium, Lucien

Filippo Bilotti on March 6, 2012

Hola,AnaM.


Esta foto me gusta,LIKE30.Hermosas estas construcciones y que ideal tan bueno para ser recordado, muy buena tu fotografia y el cielo azul le da el marco perfecto, la luna? Que mas quisiera yo siendo un enamorado de ella es solo un reflejo del sol sobre el lente.


Saludos desde Caracas.


Nuevo video.


De Repente


LLUVIA

Pablo Cruz on March 6, 2012

Que onda voussss¡?¡?¡? Me late quel Tiberio era buena Onda jijijijiji :D

zaro1965 on March 6, 2012

Very impressive picture, Like33!

Salinos on March 6, 2012

A fascinating composition of this ruins.

Like!

Greetings from Bremen,

Michael

Olivier Mercier on March 6, 2012

Magnifique prise de vue et magnifique endroit !

Willi Frerich on March 6, 2012

beautiful composition.

Like.

Best wishes, Willi

Ocminter octavio on March 6, 2012

Impresionantes ruinas, magnifica informacion

LIKE

Un gran saludo, Octavio

Karel H. on March 6, 2012

Wonderful historical ruins.

I like it,AnaM.

best regards,Karel

Impressive image of this ancient library! ~≈L&F≈~ Friendly greetings, Renáta

Sign up to comment. Sign in if you already did it.

Ana María Ossorio López
Buenos Aires\u002DArgentina

Photo details

  • Uploaded on March 2, 2012
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Ana María Ossorio Ló…
    • Camera: SONY DSC-W120
    • Taken on 2010/05/22 03:44:52
    • Exposure: 0.001s (1/1600)
    • Focal Length: 7.64mm
    • F/Stop: f/8.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO400
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • Flash fired

Groups