Wonderful Ephesus app

Discover one of the most important cities of antiquity!

Travel back in time 2000 years

Ádám Németh presents the most detailed interactive 3D reconstruction of Ephesus to date.

He used archaeological research and state-of-the-art technology to present this bustling city as authentically as possible.
The application offers comparisons, building info, guided tour, highlights, extra details, and educational games.
It will be a mobile and tablet based application first. PC and VR versions will follow. You can walk around in the city like in a video game.

Thanks to Trimble laser scanners and software, the reconstruction is precise to the millimeter. More about our collaboration.

Scenes to explore

Celsus Library

The Library of Celsus is considered an architectural marvel, and is one of the only remaining examples of great libraries of the ancient world located in the Roman Empire. It was the third-largest library in the Greco-Roman world.

Curetes Street

It was the heart of ancient Ephesus, lined with fountains, temples, shops under long porticoes, and the large houses of the city’s most elite citizens.

Temple of Artemis

It was one of the Seven Wonders of the World. The Artemiseum was famous not only for its great size, over 350 by 180 feet (about 110 by 55 metres), but also for the magnificent works of art that adorned it.

The Great theater

It was the largest theatre in Asia Minor with a total capacity of 25,000.

Terrace Houses

Luxury Roman Villas located on a slope opposite the Hadrian Temple.

Upper Agora

This large square measuring 58m by 170m, and used for legislation and local political talk, was flanked by grand columns and filled with polished marble.


During the Roman Empire period, the visitors arriving at Ephesus by ship entered the city through monumental gateways. Not one but three gates marked the transfer from sea to land in Ephesus.

Tetragonos Agora

With an almost square plan, the Tetragonos Agora - whose ancient name, meaning the Square Market, has been confirmed by the inscriptions - was built for commercial purposes.


It was designed to be the showcase of Ephesus for the newly arrived guests. Interestingly, it was aimed to draw the focus of these visitors to itself and not to the surroundings.

East Gymnasium

There were enormous bathing halls in the centre of the structure, surrounded on three sides by vaulted halls for physical exercise, games and for strolling after the bath.

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