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Olympos Ruins, Olympos

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Nestled in a dense forest of oleanders, wild figs, and bay trees, Olympos Ruins represents the times of knights and pirate sieges. Rising to prominence in the 2nd century BCE, the town was successively ruled by the Greeks, Romans, and Venetians. Riches and art flourished here until pirates brought death and poverty in the 3rd century CE, after which the site served as a fortress. In the 15th century it was finally abandoned. Walk through the remains of this great city and find millennia-old marks of ancient civilizations like darnel-covered walls, sculptures, and sarcophagi. Our Olympos trip itinerary builder makes visiting Olympos Ruins and other Olympos attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • If you expect a quiet environment nature sea trees at the end of September in July and August, the best time in a very crowded. More than any expectations of doing history.. It is recommended that the nature of the beautiful ...
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  • There's nothing more as a deal of the ancient city. It's pretty ordinary. Turkey is so much better and at various points of the great ancient cities. I'm going to see the ancient city, culture, so I'm going to do a trip especially so. Circulate there in half an hour is over. But not only the ancient city Olympos event. Turkey Antalya's sea is one of the best of the environment (Yes, still) probably. If you are going to spoil that beautiful environment come:)
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  • Very good to know but in the history of mankind and see your architecture and get a notion of how society lived time
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  • It must have been a beautiful place to live in the ancient days.
  • This is not interested with, maybe under the Earth, and many other works.
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  • interesting gorülmeye.
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  • A place where absolutely everyone should see, perfect
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