There is nothing but a sign explaining what these ruins are, as they sort of just "pop up" in-midst a residential area. And that is sort of cool. It's a little bit of history that is just there, available and free for all. The neighbourhoods chickens roam the grounds, that's it. I quite like it.
Weird buildings with holes in the domesset in fields at the side of the road close to The Isabey mosque, from here you can also see the remaining column of The Temple of Artemis!
There is a sign which tells you all about The Ruins of the OLD HAMMAM just inside the fence
Our hotel was just across the street and we could see it from the terrace. We walked by it every day. I like the beehive type construction. Built in the late 1500's it was only in active use for 60-80 years. It had shops in front of it, entrance from the North. The women's area would have been as far...