Make a Wish at the Virgin Mary’s House

My Personal Feelings About the Wall

wish of a beliver on the wall of house of virgin mary in Ephesus, Turkey

Many things have been told and speculated about the house of Virgin Mary nearby Ephesus ancient city in Selcuk, Turkey. I personally believe in the history of this house by heart. I also should say that lot of historic and archaeological evidence proves it to be true. I mention all you need to know about the House of Virgin Mary nearby Ephesus in another post. I would like to separately focus on the most important and relieving part of this holy shrine in this article.

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Make a Wish at the Virgin Mary’s House

A beautiful wall, covered with thousands of little pieces of paper with the wishes written on them, can be found at the lower side of the Virgin Mary’s House nearby Ephesus, Turkey. Local people of Turkey believe any wish made with purity in your heart will become true in the presence of a holy person like the Virgin Mary. By the way we call her Mother Mary in Turkey since she gave birth to Jesus Christ and Virgin Mary is highly respected by the Turks. This is the reason every year millions if not hundreds of thousands of people come here and make their wishes.

Wishing Wall at the House of Virgin Mary in Ephesus Turkey

I recommend my visitors coming from all different cultures or religions to visit this spectacular place. You should see it not just for religious reasons also to feel the peace and calming nature of this hilltop sanctuary.

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I hope we will see each other at the House of the Virgin Mary and we will make some wishes together. Feel free to contact me to ask your questions about the House of Virgin Mary nearby Ephesus and Wishing Wall at the House of the Virgin Mary. Please use the contact form or other contact details for a guided tour price quote. See you soon, Hasan Gülday

Hasan Gülday

Hasan Gülday. Professional licensed tour guide working in Turkey.

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