Ephesus Archaeological Museum

The Ephesus Archaeological Museum (Turkish: Efes Müzesi) is an archaeological museum in Selçuk near İzmir, Turkey. It houses finds from the nearby Ephesus excavation site. Its best-known exhibit is the statue of Artemis retrieved from the temple of the goddess in Ephesus.[1]

Ephesus Museum
Efes Müzesi
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The entrance to the museum
Ephesus Archaeological Museum is located in Turkey
Ephesus Archaeological Museum
Location within Turkey
LocationSelçuk, İzmir Province, Turkey
Coordinates37°56′56″N 27°22′4″E / 37.94889°N 27.36778°E / 37.94889; 27.36778Coordinates: 37°56′56″N 27°22′4″E / 37.94889°N 27.36778°E / 37.94889; 27.36778
TypeArchaeological museum
WebsiteEphesus Museum
The Artemis of Ephesus

The other museum with a great number of Ephesus artifacts is the Ephesos Museum in Vienna.

The museum closed at the end of 2012, and reopened in November 2014 after extensive renovations.

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  1. ^ "Ancient Ephesus City Ruins in Turkey". Ephesusbreeze.com. Retrieved 3 October 2016.

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