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ASSOS (BEHRAMKALE
ASSOS (BEHRAMKALE)
17860 Behram/Ayvacık/Çanakkale
The ancient city located in boundaries of Ayvacık District in Çanakkale was established by Aeolian colonists from Methymna (Lesbos) town in Lesbos Island in 7th century B.C. Aristotle who came to Assos in 348 B.C. lived three years after
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TROY (HISARLIK
TROY (HISARLIK)
17100 Tevfikiye/Çanakkale Merkez/Çanakkale
Troy is approximately 30 km southwest of Çanakkale, 6 km inside from where the Dardanelles meets Aegean Sea. Ancient city of Troy where nine different solid structures have been detected spreads to a wide time period from 3000s B.C
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Laodicea Ancient City
Laodicea Ancient City
Goncalı, 20000 Merkez/Pamukkale/Denizli
Laodicea has a romantic name to it, named after King Antiochus II’s wife Laodike. While the early days of the city indicate that it was of little importance in the region, however, it eventually fell under Roman rule. While under this
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Hierapolis Ancient City
Hierapolis Ancient City
Hierapolis,20280 Pamukkale/Denizli
Hierapolis Ancient city of Pamukkale is in the same plateau with its travertine. City established by Bergama King Eumenes II, got its name from Hiera, wife of Telephos who was the legendary founder of Bergama. Ancient city has a main
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HATTUSAS (BOĞAZKÖY
HATTUSAS (BOĞAZKÖY)
Hisar, Hattuşaş Örenyeri, 19310 Boğazkale/Çorum
Hattusas, the capital of Hittite Empire which ruled in Anatolia for centuries, is in Boğazkale district and 80 km southwest of Çorum. A city called Hattus was located in here where Hatti people lived. When Hittites conquered the city
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UZUNCABURC (DIOCAESAREA
UZUNCABURC (DIOCAESAREA)
Uzuncaburç, 33940 Silifke/Mersin
Well-preserved ruins of the region are worth seeing in Uzuncaburç town located 30 km north of Silifke. Diocaesarea was the holy place of ancient city of Olba, which was 4 km away. It became a new city after splitting from Olba during
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Citadel Cape Anamur
Citadel  Cape Anamur
Ören, Anemurium Antik Kenti, 33660 Anamur/Mersin
The city is divided into an upper citadel and a lower town. The former occupies the actual cape, protected on three sides by steep cliffs and on the landward side by a wall with towers and zigzag reentrants. Both the fortifications and the
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Anemurion
Anemurion – Baths
Ören, Anemurium Antik Kenti, 33660 Anamur/Mersin
I found at least four bath complexes, this one is the largest, but easily overlooked. It lies somewhat south of the road through the excavation area, near the odeon. Near it there is a sports area, a palaestra. Some mosaics adorned the
Anemurion Odeon
Anemurion  Odeon
Ören, Anemurium Antik Kenti, 33660 Anamur/Mersin
The Odeon dates from the 2nd century, had about 900 seats, and was used for music performances and as a meeting place
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Anemurion – Public basilica
Anemurion – Public basilica
Ören, Anemurium Antik Kenti, 33660 Anamur/Mersin
an article from Princeton, quoted in the Wikipedia, refers to an "exedra, perhaps belonging to a basilica
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Anemurion – Necropolis
Anemurion – Necropolis
Ören, Anemurium Antik Kenti, 33660 Anamur/Mersin
Along the flank of a hill to the north there is what almost is a city in itself, the necropolis. It has 350 individual built tombs, and is one of the best preserved in the Roman empire. Their ages range from the first to the early 4th
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ANAMUR ANEMURIUM ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE
ANAMUR ANEMURIUM ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE
Ören, 33630 Anamur/Mersin
Anemurion -also called Anemurium - is close to present Anamur. It is situated at the southernmost cape of Turkey’s Mediterranean. Its history starts in the late Hellenistic period when the city fell under the Comagenes
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