Here are a number of useful links of various
WWW resources in English. Once and for all, they will help you quench your
thirst for any kind of information on the workshop venue, Çeşme, İzmir and Turkey.
Photographs (as of Feb 2007) by Ali KEFELİ at Panoramio.com
embedded as KML tags into Google Earth satellite images):
Çeşme and all surrounding historical sites
compiled on a single page
D-) An informative page
complemented by plenty of pictures at MeetingTurkey.com:
E-) The municipality of
publishes also an exclusively English website
which is pretty much error-free:
http://www.cesme-bld.gov.tr/eng/index.php. At this site you can
though SmileCam's cameras. But the live webcam display software
must install an
ActiveX control in your web browser before
you can begin watching the show.
Finally, an all
inclusive content site you'd like to keep at your fingertips for
emergencies. At Cesme.gen.tr
simply nothing is missing with regards to the
town. This generic
is published and updated
by Unimedya Communication Services,
There exists even a logistics link on the site showing a complete
list of local freight transporters, delivery
courier services. Cesme.gen.tr is an
abundant source of quality, high resolution pictures
Odysseus2009.org has proudly borrowed several pictures from this site:
.:.Top of the page.:.
and THE HOUSE OF VIRGIN MARY
A-) An indispensable website fully
dedicated to Ephesus is clearly Ephesus.us (
which is owned and published by OTTI
Travel Company in Kuşadası, Aydın.
The site offers an easy
navigation, and provides
delicate access to virtually
every single issue related to this uniquely
archaic city and its priceless treasures.
B-) A similarly
sounding, yet totally different website is that of Ephesus.biz (
which leaves nothing undisclosed about Ephesus.
It also presents you useful information about tours
traveling to Turkey, tours
Temple of Artemis, The House of Virgin Mary,
Goddess Artemis, Hierapolis,
Aphrodisias, Miletus, Priene and much more...
Ephesus.biz is conceivably
a sophisticated Ephesus
C-) The history of Ephesus throughout the
centuries, and the finds of both early and recent excavations
on the Ephesus page of TurkishOdyssey.com at
TurkishOdyssey.com also contains
historical study of the entire western Turkey of which borders are
set along the coast
of the Aegean Sea. This 214,000 km² / 82,625 sq mi
large sea was called Archipelagos in the archaic
"The Sea of Islands."
D-) Everything about the individual artifacts found in and around Ephesus have been filed by Focus
Mediterranean Online Magazine at the following address:
A definitive one-stop reference for history
enthusiasts is the website of AboutTurkey.com. The following
article published on April 30, 2006, elaborates on the general history of
Turkey from the Paleolithic Age until the collapse of the Ottoman Empire: