Biblioteca de Celso - Efeso

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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.

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Ildikó Fehérváry on March 6, 2012

Wonderful ancient ruins, very good capture!

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Albrecht H. on March 6, 2012

Very nice place. Fine shot. LIKE 40

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Kelemen Dan on March 10, 2012

Very beautiful place. Good capture, very beautiful. LIKE! Greetings, arassK.

Tuấn CaNon on March 11, 2012

Very nice photo and nice place

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♥ Kama ♥ - IT IS UNB… on March 13, 2012

✰✰✰✰ LK44 Likeable image of the well known ancient site - by ♥ Kama ♥

Torsten C on March 14, 2012

Fantastic architecture and setting! Star! Like! Friendly greetings from Germany, Torsten

Faintlightofdawn on March 15, 2012

Great heritage scene AnaM, liked, best wishes, Fai

Pavel Culek on March 17, 2012

nice historical place, good photo, Like48, best wishes, Pavel

Paolo “Canpao” Canna… on March 17, 2012

Great shot and archeological remains.Like 49. Thanks for information.I wish you a nice sunday, Canpao

行者无路 on March 19, 2012

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Omar Gobbi on March 24, 2012

muy bella captura, muy bonita foto, <LIKE>, saludos cordiales, "OMAR"

Georgi Todorov on March 25, 2012

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Zlatan Olić on March 26, 2012

magnificent architecture is here inspired by the noble desire to store the records of science n art

BOGDAN de Varsovie on March 27, 2012

Excellent picture. LIKE 54. Best Greetings. Bogdan

pedro car on March 27, 2012

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Chinappi on April 3, 2012

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MAPP HUDRANS on April 3, 2012

YSL for the amazing shot!! :)

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Hollis chen on April 3, 2012

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