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LABRAUNDA ANCIENT CITY in MİLAS
LABRAUNDA ANCIENT CITY in MİLAS
Kargıcak, 48200 Milas/Muğla
This remote hillside site occupies the area that supplied drinking water to Mylasa (Milas) and is one of the most interesting sites in Caria. Never a city but a religious centre linked by a sacred way with Mylasa, Labranda worshipped a
Beçin Castle – MİLAS
Beçin Castle – MİLAS
Beçin, 48200 Milas/Muğla
At the beginning of Beçin village, about 6km south of Milas on the road to Ören, a steep signposted road climbs to Beçin Castle. Originally a Byzantine fortress, it was remodelled by the short-lived Menteşe beylik (principality
Euromos Ancient City – Milas
Euromos Ancient City – Milas
Euromos Ören Yeri, Kızılcakuyu, 48200 Milas/Muğla
Founded in the 6th century BC, Euromos peaked between 200 BC and AD 200 under Hellenistic and then Roman rule. Its indigenous deity had earlier been synthesised with Zeus, and indeed the partially restored Corinthian Temple of Zeus
Iasos Ancient City in Milas
Iasos Ancient City in Milas
Kıyıkışlacık, Mahallesi, 48200 Milas/Muğla
The seaside village of Kıyıkışlacık is surrounded by ancient Iasos, a Carian city that was once an island and prospered from its excellent harbour, rich fishing grounds and red-tinted marble quarried in the nearby hills
Bodrum Mausoleum at Halicarnassus
Bodrum Mausoleum at Halicarnassus
Tepecik 48440 Bodrum/Muğla
One of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the Mausoleum (originally 44.8m high) was the greatest achievement of Carian King Mausolus (r 376–353 BC), who moved his capital from Mylasa to Halicarnassus. Today very little remains
Bodrum Castle
Bodrum Castle
Çarşı, Kale Cd., 48400 Bodrum/Muğla
Bodrum's magnificent waterfront castle, built by the Knights Hospitaller, dates back to the 15th century. It houses the excellent Museum of Underwater Archaeology (Sualtı Arkeoloji Müzesi), arguably the most important museum of its type
Bodrum Maritime Museum
Bodrum Maritime Museum
Bodrum Sualtı Arkeoloji Müzesi, Çarşı Mh., 48400 Bodrum/Muğla
This small but well-formed museum spread over two floors examines Bodrum's maritime past through finely crafted scale models of boats and an excellent video on traditional 'Bodrum-type’ boat building. Much is made of Bodrum
Bodrum Ancient Theatre
Bodrum Ancient Theatre
Yeniköy, 48400 Bodrum/Muğla
Ancient Halicarnassus' theatre was built in the hillside rock in the 4th century BC to seat 5000 spectators but that capacity was increased to 13,000 for gladiatorial contests in the 3rd century AD. It hosts concerts and other events in
Bodrum Myndos Gate
Bodrum Myndos Gate
Gümüşlük, 48970 Bodrum/Muğla
These are the restored remains of the only surviving gate from what were originally 7km-long walls probably built by King Mausolus in the 4th century BC. In front of the twin-towered gate are the remains of a moat in which many of
Bodrum Windmills
Bodrum Windmills
Eskiçeşme Mh, Haremtan Sk. No:10, 48400 Bodrum/Muğla
For the best vistas of Bodrum, head to the peninsula on the west side of town which is crowned by seven old windmills.
Bodrum Ottoman Cemetery
Bodrum Ottoman Cemetery
Eskiçeşme, Neyzen Tevfik Cad. No:5, 48400 Bodrum/Muğla
This Ottoman cemetery stands just above the marina, and contains the tombs of two famous Turkish seamen (Mustafa Pacha and his son). Part of the enclosure also functioned as an Ottoman shipyard. There are excellent coastal views and art
Bodrum Merkez Adliye Cami
Bodrum Merkez Adliye Cami
Çarşı, Cevat Şakir Cd. No:5, 48400 Bodrum/Muğla
The 'Central Courthouse Mosque' is in the old bazaar, located just off the harbourfront. The handsome stone structure boasts a single minaret. Visitors are welcome to enter.
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