"Temple of Hadrian" Hadrian Temple Tip by mikelisaanna

Hadrian Temple, Ephesus: 19 reviews and 40 photos

  The entry to the Temple of Hadrian
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  • The entry to the Temple of Hadrian - Ephesus
      The entry to the Temple of Hadrian
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  • A close-up of some of the stonework - Ephesus
      A close-up of some of the stonework
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  • Some carving details from the temple - Ephesus
      Some carving details from the temple
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The Temple of Hadrian is a small temple that was built to commemorate a visit by Emperor Hadrian to Ephesus in the 2nd century AD. Part of the facade of the temple is still standing, which features some intricate stone carvings.

Directions: Uphill and across the street from the Celsus Library

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Sep 10, 2008
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