City Walls of Ephesus

During Roman times, the ancient city founded by Lysimachos, situated between Panayirdaqi, Bulbuldaqi, and the Temple of Artemis, became a metropolis with 200,000 inhabitants, which measured 316 hectares.

Since hostile attacks were always a possibility, the city walls were built in the third century BCE (Before the Common Era), after Lysimachos refounded the city.

The walls are 9 km long and 10 meters high, and were constructed with watch towers. They are only in a relatively good state of preservation along the slopes of the mountains.

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