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Corycus Castle Mersin
Corycus Castle Mersin
Kızkalesi, 33790 Erdemli/Mersin, Türkiye
At the northern end of Kızkalesi beach, Corycus Castle (sometimes called the 'Land Castle') was rebuilt with Roman material by the Byzantines, briefly occupied by the Armenian kingdom of Cilicia and once connected to Kızkalesi by a
Mersin
Mersin
Mersin, Akdeniz/Mersin, Türkiye
Mersin was earmarked a half-century ago as the seaside outlet for Adana and its rich agricultural hinterland. Today it is the largest port in Turkey, and for the most part a sprawling, workaday place that most travellers don
Elaiussa Sebaste Ancient City
Elaiussa Sebaste Ancient City
Merdivenlikuyu, 33750 Ayaş/Erdemli/Mersin
Some 4km northeast of Kızkalesi and just off the D400 are the extensive remains of ancient Elaiussa Sebaste, a city dating back to the early Roman period and perhaps even to the time of the Hittites. Important structures on the western
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Mersin Museum
Mersin Museum
Gazi, Adnan Menderes Blv. No:54, 33130 Akdeniz/Yenişehir/Mersin
You can see the Yumuktepe Mound artifacts dating back to 9,000 years before, depicting the development of new economic elements such as settled life, agriculture and animal husbandry; Soloi-Pompeiopolis, an important health and cultural
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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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St. Pauls church in Tarsus
St. Pauls church in Tarsus
Şehitkerim, 3407. Sk. No:9, 33440 Tarsus/Mersin
St. Paul who greatly contributed to the spread of Christianity is from Tarsus. St. Paul’s Well located in a courtyard where is accepted as the house of St. Paul is an important visiting place. Ancient path discovered accidently 150
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Mamure Castle
Mamure Castle
İskele, 33650 Anamur/Mersin
Mamur means "Prosperous", the name was given to it after it had been conquered in by the Karamanoğlu Mahmut Bey and extended and restored. Originally a Roman fortress had been built here on even earlier foundations. In the 15th and 16
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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 – Baths
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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