Curetes Street

One of the best preserved ancient streets in the world, Curetes Street is a part of Ephesus, a larger ancient city that was a significant hub for trade and commerce during the Roman Empire. The street is named after the Curetes, who were priests in the temple of Artemis and known for their musical performances and religious ceremonies. The street was lined with shops, homes, and public buildings, and was the main thoroughfare of the city, connecting the harbor to the main marketplace and the temple of Artemis. Curetes Street is a well-liked tourist attraction today because it provides a window into ancient city life and the region's rich cultural heritage.