The House of the Virgin Mary, also known as Meryemana in Turkish, is a Christian and Muslim pilgrimage site located on Mount Koressos near Ephesus, in present-day Turkey. Tradition holds that this house was the last residence of the Virgin Mary, the mother of Jesus.

The belief in the Virgin Mary's residence in Ephesus is primarily based on the visions of a German nun and mystic named Anne Catherine Emmerich in the 19th century. According to her accounts, the house was where Mary lived in her later years under the care of Saint John, the apostle. The authenticity of these visions is a matter of faith and has not been officially recognized by the Catholic Church.

The site has become a popular pilgrimage destination for both Christians and Muslims. Pope Paul VI visited the site in 1967, and Pope John Paul II visited in 1979, acknowledging the spiritual significance of the place.

The House of the Virgin Mary is a simple stone structure, and visitors often leave messages and prayers in various languages on the wall surrounding the house. The site also includes a chapel and a fountain where visitors can collect what is believed to be holy water. Regardless of religious beliefs, the location is valued for its historical and cultural significance, attracting visitors interested in the intersection of faith and history.