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Ancient cities and ruins Antalya

Ancient cities and ruins Antalya

There are sites of historical and archaeological interest all over Antalya including

The Pisidian city of Ariassos 22 km. along the Antalya-Burdur highway.
In the district of Kumluca: Acaliasos, Cormus, Gagae, Idebessos, and the ancient Lycian city of Olympos,
In the district of Kale: Andriake, Antiphellos, Apallai, Myra, Phellos, Sure
In the district of ÜçaGiz: Apollonia, Hysa, Ilysa, Istloda, Teimiusa
In the district of Finike: Arycanda, Limyra, Melanippe, Trebema, and Lycian rock graves
In the district of Kemer, (southwest of Antalya): Idyros, and the Lycian city of Phaselis
In Side; the town itself, Seleucia (Pamphylia), and a temple of Athena.
The church of Saint Nicholas in Demre
The caves of Beldibi, DamlataS and Karain
Hadrian’s Gate, the Roman fortification and the clock tower in the city of Antalya itself. Also near the city the Pamphilian city of Aspendos, Perge (on two hills, once the capital of Pamphylia) and the Pisidian city of Termessos, high in the mountains 35 km northwest of Antalya.
Karaburun and Seyamük in Elmali
Kyneai in KaS
PoGla in Korkuteli
Silliyon (the town of Serik), dates back to 4th century BC.
Simena in Kekova
The ancient Lycian city of Xanthos (Kinik)

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