Miletus. Turkey. Ancient Street close to the city’s centre that is lined on its right side by the South Agora that was built in the 3rd century BC and is one of the largest market place ever built in Antiquity. Lining the ancient street on its left is the Bouleuterion or Council Chamber which had a seating capacity of 500 and dates from around the 2nd century AD. In the rear left of the photo are the remains of the once three storeyed Nympheum or Monumental Fountain that served as the city’s water distribution centre. The ancient Greek city of Miletus is located in western Anatolia on the Aegean coast of Turkey.