REPUBLIC OF TURKEY MINISTRY OF CULTURE AND TOURISM

Ephesus Celcius Library

Ephesus Celcius Library


It is the most important remains of the Ephesus antique city in the İzmir Selçuk province. Built during the Roman Period in 115-117, it survived a fire in the year 260. It is famous for its striking architecture of its two-story facade. The three rows of recesses in the inner walls of the library were used to store rolls of script.