St. John's Church and Aya Soluk Castle
St. John's Church is an inconspicuous place hidden behind Aya Soluk Castle. Unexpectedly, here is the Gospel of John written. The place below.
So it has also become a holy place for Christianity. However, there are not many people to visit, and tickets for Aya Soluk Castle already include it.
The whole ruin is very majestic and you can see the whole picture of Selcuk here.
At the foot of Aya Soluk Castle, there is an Isabel Mosque, which is a magnificent architectural style that belongs to the post-Seljuk forward Ottoman transition period. style of.
Remember to bring a headscarf and take off your shoes when you visit. It is very interesting that there are even more free Qurans in various languages (including Chinese version).
Speaking of the Seven Wonders of the World, we may all think of pyramids, sky gardens, etc. But who will first think of the Temple of Artemis? Who knows that it is on the edge of Selcuk's insignificant path?
Its like being forgotten by everyone. When I came here, no one was visiting.
The Temple of Artemis was originally built to be larger than the Parthenon in Athens. It is a glorious presence in the Western world. Its 127 pillars each The part is engraved with patterns. Now, there are only a few broken roots left.
There are even ducks running around inside. The seven wonders that are really lonely.
The Temple of Alphas is known as one of the Eight Wonders of the Ancient World. It was burnt down by the Black Josteds, leaving only a spliced pillar. The majesty of that year is still evident.
Although it was rebuilt afterwards, it was still looted and destroyed. It has disappeared completely, leaving only the land to be lost. However, there are still many people who come here to take photos with the pillars.
BTW, the barbecue outside is delicious!