Ephesus Turkey

No one coming to Aegean Turkey will want to miss a visit to Ephesus, one of the most important cities of ancient times. The city was adorned with splendid monuments, theaters, temples, agoras, gymnasiums and libraries. The protectress of the city was The archaeological museum at Selcuk displays impressive works of art from Ephesus In a mountain glen seven kilometers from Selcuk is a humble chapel at what is believed to be the site of the house of the Virgin Mary (the sanctity of the site has been August Vatican). A celebration is held here every year on the fifteenth of.

75-m draught.

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Workman, clark and co. Belfast built and completed her in July 1882 as Yard No. 11; she was launched on 17 July 1882 as the Newhaven for R.Mackie and The single iron screw was powered by a 94-nhp, two-cylinder compound steam engine that used one boiler.

Lees, Anderson and Co. Manufactured the engine and ancillary machinery in Glasgow. Her designated code recognition signal letters were: WMPD.

In 1895-1896 she was still called Newhaven, but the designated code recognition signal letters were MBJN and the tonnage was also increased to 909 gross. In 1901, New Line Steamship Co.

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