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One of the most well-preserved archaeological sites in Anatolia, Aphrodisias is perhaps best known for the Temple of Aphrodite, Goddess of Love. Located about 100 kilometers off the coast of the Aegean, it was once a bustling city established in the 2nd century, BC. Aphrodisias became well known for its Carian marble sculptures, and for being home to many sought after artisans of the time. It was also a known center for Paganism until the end of the 5th century. It's ruins are a delight to visit as it is not difficult to imagine life among the beautiful landscape and marble.