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Patara Ruins, Antalya

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  • karetta accessible with Museum card and slot of the beach known as the wonderful long sandy beach. I have very fine grained sandy beach and the sea was great.
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  • It is one of the rare places you need to see the world is great I recommend everyone and the coastline is magnificent ancient theater
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  • World's first democratic Parliamet, Lycian League Parliament. Patara and Demre are also the towns where Saint Nicholas, yes Santa Claus, was born and lived.  more »
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  • Patara, Antalya Kas district of the Shield is an ancient city near the district. It is a Lycian city and capital of Lycian Union. Entitled to three votes in the Lycian League, best known as one of the six cities and is perhaps the most important. Located in the city of the Lycian Union meetings in the building of the Parliament of the Union. Hittite in Patar, referred to as city Patara in the Lycian language BC 8. There is the century excavations uncovered concrete data is finalized and surrounding cities of Alexander takes place among. Patara, in Roman times was a very important city and capital of the province of Lycia-Pamphilya. Patara Harbour is important in terms of grain storage and, therefore, one of the 3 Eastern Mediterranean grain store (the granary) in Patara. Continuing the development of the Byzantine period, the city also has the Christian count. Known as Saint Nicholas, Father Christmas is said to be the Pataralı. Patara post 400 meters wide and 1600-meter-deep port of Patara begin to fill up with sand and picks the boats to dock, Patara causes the increasingly important. Port of windblown sand fills and covers the city greatly over time. Today, the remains of which can be seen in the city under a portion of the sand is that will attract attention. But recent archaeological excavations, the city free from sand overlie. The village is 2 km from the village of Patara remains on the side of the road after the most magnificent of Roman triumphal arch (Metius Modestus). The triumphal, MS 1. It was built at the end of the century. The hill can be seen among the ruins of Byzantine Basilica and sanctuary. Theathre. The theater is leaning against a large cistern and tombs on the Hill. The old port is now in the case of wetlands. The oldest surviving Democratic Assembly building in this town. It has been restored by PARLIAMENT in 2010
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  • The building of the Parliament of the Lycian Union music.. ;) One of the great city of the Lycian civilization in the early 6 Caretta lay their eggs near the beautiful beach (patara)..
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  • One of the major cities of the Lycian residents '. As for seeing the loggerhead does not necessarily be freed here. :)
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  • The ruins of Patara, in part under a dune buried - so it was at least when I was there years ago.
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  • The spirit of capital of Lycia.
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