"Selcuk - History and Storks" Selcuk by duncanburt

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I'm affraid I do not know too much about this lovely Turkish town because I only managed to spend one day and night there, but the photo shows two of Selcuk's landmarks, the Artemis Goddess Statue / Fountain, with Selcuk Castle in the background on Ayasoluk Hill.

Also note the stork nest on top of the Statue - Selcuk is a popular nesting site for Storks during the summer months.

Selcuk Saturday Market

Selcuk is a great place to stay for a few days when visting Ephesus, which is only a few km away. Selcuk has everything you could want, an excellent museum, but I did not get time to visit it (maybe next time), the fine old St. John's Basilica, the Isa Bey Mosque, and of course the stork inhabited Byzantine aquaducts.

  • Last visit to Selcuk: Sep 2004
  • Intro Updated May 9, 2016
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  • Apr 24, 2005 at 12:52 PM

    Selcuk resimlerin cok guzel, ozellikle gunbatiminda olan... (Ok, now we'll see how good your Turkish is :P) Especially the one with sunset (now you should correct me:I don't know how to say it exactly.)) What is it about "3 ders"?

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