Ruins of the Temple of Hadrian in Ephesus, featuring ornate stone carvings and classical columns.

Temple of Hadrian at Ephesus

  • Acarlar, 35920 Selçuk/İzmir, Turkey

The Temple of Hadrian is named after the Roman emperor at that time. It is a representative of a typical Corinthian temple and one of the exquisite buildings in Ephesus. There are still carvings of different mythological figures on the inner wall pillars. One side belongs to the Greek era, and the other side depicts the figures of the Amazonian woman country. The statue on the front of the inner wall is Medusa, the gorgon. The ruins left here have inspired countless tourists to reminisce about the ancient temples of ancient Rome.