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https://flic.kr/p/BgKbUL | Basilica st John, Selcuk | Basilica St John at Selcuk. a well preserved and maintained Roman ruin

Basilica St John at Selcuk. a well preserved and maintained Roman ruin

site/ruin of the altar to Zeus, Pergamum, Turkey.  c.165  Original altar is on display at the Pergamon Museum in Berlin, having been moved to Germany in 1871.

site/ruin of the altar to Zeus, Pergamum, Turkey. Original altar is on display at the Pergamon Museum in Berlin, having been moved to Germany in

https://flic.kr/p/zs2nFB | Perge, Turkey | Perge, Turkey Ancient Roman ruin- only half of the stadium left and other bit and pieces are preserved by the museum.

Perge, Turkey Ancient Roman ruin- only half of the stadium left and other bit and pieces are preserved by the museum.

https://flic.kr/p/BfMTc6 | Laodikeia, Turkey | Laodikeia is an ancient Roman/Greek city ruin.

Laodikeia is an ancient Roman/Greek city ruin.

From today onwards I shall post some captures from the beautiful antique city of Laodicea.  Not far away from the "better known" Hieropolis, Laodicea is another beautiful city of antiquity, which is been still excavated, and every season brings new and quite interesting evidences of it's glorious past top daylight.    Here you can find some interesting informations about Laodiceia :    http://www.kultur.gov.tr/EN/belge/2-20204/laodikeia.html

From today onwards I shall post some captures from the beautiful antique city of Laodicea. Not far away from the "better known" Hieropolis, Laodicea is another beautiful city of antiquity, which is been still excavated, and every season brings new and quite interesting evidences of it's glorious past top daylight. Here you can find some interesting informations about Laodiceia : http://www.kultur.gov.tr/EN/belge/2-20204/laodikeia.html

Lyrbe (Seleukeia) Antik Kent  -Antalya

Lyrbe (Seleukeia) Antik Kent -Antalya

The Lycian Harpy Tomb, a marble pillar tomb from 480-470 B.C. The the Greek Archaic style carvings of four winged female figures, Harpies that covered the tomb were removed by Charles Fellows and are now in the British Museum. Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage Archaeological Site, Turkey

The Lycian "Harpy Tomb", a marble pillar tomb from B. The the Greek Archaic style carvings of four winged female figures, Harpies" that covered the tomb were removed by Charles Fellows and are now in the British Museum. Xanthos UNESCO World Her

HIEROPOLIS_NECROPOLIS

Graves and sarcophagi at Hierapolis, Turkey. Hierapolis was established by King Eumenes II and was given the name of “Hiera” in the honour of the wife of Telephos, the legendary establisher of the ancient Pergamum.

https://flic.kr/p/A7Wvd3 | Aspendos, Antalya | Aspendos, Antalya A roman theatre  To see more photos of this gorgeous place, pls click below  cattanblog.wordpress.com/2015/10/29/aspendos-antalya/

https://flic.kr/p/A7Wvd3 | Aspendos, Antalya | Aspendos, Antalya A roman theatre To see more photos of this gorgeous place, pls click below cattanblog.wordpress.com/2015/10/29/aspendos-antalya/

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