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It is a part of the Eohesus ruins

This attraction is a part of the ephe us ruins. If you buy the entry ticket to the ruins you have... read more

Reviewed 7 April 2017
Cape Town Central, South Africa
Free and pretty

There is nothing but a sign explaining what these ruins are, as they sort of just "pop up" in-midst... read more

Reviewed 27 November 2016
Steinkjer, Norway
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7 Apr 2017
“It is a part of the Eohesus ruins”
27 Nov 2016
“Free and pretty”
Selcuk, Turkey
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Reviewed 7 April 2017

This attraction is a part of the ephe us ruins. If you buy the entry ticket to the ruins you have access to this attraction also

Thank Suraya69
Reviewed 27 November 2016

There is nothing but a sign explaining what these ruins are, as they sort of just "pop up" in-midst a residential area. And that is sort of cool. It's a little bit of history that is just there, available and free for all. The neighbourhoods...More

Thank orkenvandrer
Reviewed 18 August 2016

Just because its another ancient well kept ruin , different to anything else you will be seeing in the area. Has a descriptive sign regarding the baths in the 14th Century AD.

Thank Margot P
Reviewed 11 April 2016

Weird buildings with holes in the domesset in fields at the side of the road close to The Isabey mosque, from here you can also see the remaining column of The Temple of Artemis! There is a sign which tells you all about The Ruins...More

Reviewed 3 April 2016 via mobile

Although there are references to steam baths in Ephesus going back to the Romans (John the Apostle even said he needed to get a bath after meeting a particularly distasteful individual,) these baths are Ottoman dating from the 16 th century. Still unique in design...More

Thank Mike K
Reviewed 30 December 2015

As you leave the Isa Bey mosque, if you walk along rather than up, you will pass this odd looking structure by. It is an ancient bath house that got repurposed and then abandoned. It is overgrown with scrubby weeds and fenced in with a...More

Thank wazza2222
Reviewed 29 November 2015

These ruins are situated walking distance from the Selcuk castle, the Ephesus museums and some cafes. Good for a quick look if you have time.

Thank Furqan84
Reviewed 20 September 2015

Our hotel was just across the street and we could see it from the terrace. We walked by it every day. I like the beehive type construction. Built in the late 1500's it was only in active use for 60-80 years. It had shops in...More

Thank ruthandvern
Reviewed 31 October 2014

Our bus did not stop here because it is fenced off. However, he did slow down so we could get a Gluck look Fortunately, I was able to snap a couple of pictures if you are out walking around in this area, be sure and...More

Thank J-W
Reviewed 6 September 2012

The ruins of the old hamam is very close to all the old sites on the outskirts of Selcuk. Unless you are aware where to look for the site by following a travel book you might miss it. The site has a fence around it...More

2  Thank boereklong
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