I always like revisiting countries, regions, places that have impressed me at the first sight.
In July, I travelled for my second time to Ephesus, the great metropolis and Roman capital of Asia Minor, now Turkey. At that time, Ephesus had a population around 250,000 inhabitants.
It's amazing how despite the passing of the time, the city is the best preserved Greco-Roman city we can see in Turkey.
One day, I was caught by surprise when I set my eyes on three young women standing out from the crowd of tourists.
Because they were wearing Roman attires.
As they were walking towards the magnificent theatre, I started imagining that most probably they were going to take part in a debate of public interest, which would be held in that structure with a capacity of 25,000 seats, making it be the largest in Anatolia.
May you have a wonderful weekend!