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Efes – Curetes Street
Efes – Curetes Street
It is one of the three main streets of Ephesus between The Hercules Gate till to the Celsus Library. This street took its name from the priests who were called as Curetes later. There were fountains, monuments, statues and shops on the sides of the street. Ephesus had many earthquakes, in which many structures including the Curetes Street were damaged. These damages especially on the columns were restored by the new ones, but after the earthquake in the 4th century, the columns were replaced by the other ones brought from different buildings in the city. The differences between the designs of the columns can be seen today. The street has its appearance from the 4th century.
(Location: Efes)
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