Mediterranean coast and Hatay. From Antalya to Alanyi. Ancient cities of Pamphylia. The best excursions of Turkey. An acropolis and an aqueduct | World travel, tourism and geography 

Mediterranean coast and Hatay. From Antalya to Alanyi. Ancient cities of Pamphylia. The best excursions of Turkey. An acropolis and an aqueduct

Mediterranean coast and Hatay. From Antalya to Alanyi. Ancient cities of Pamphylia. The best excursions of Turkey. An acropolis and an aqueduct

Many visitors here tourists leave Aspendos, having looked only at its theatre and at all without suspecting that above on the mountain there are ruins which are best of all for examining at all in the summer, for this purpose the most fertile time – Turkey at the end of September. After all to the right of an entrance in theatre there is a track which conducts to an acropolis constructed, as well as Sillion’s acropolis, at flat top of a hill, and the best excursions in Turkey, at survey, ruins Aspendosa, are not limited to only its known theatre. Ruins of an old acropolis have essentially grassed, but some impressing buildings, first нимфеум and a basilica, both sixteen metres in height, also a site of the central street and perfectly remained drainage system there are still appreciable. To the North from an acropolis, on the plain there is the Roman aqueduct. At first its length reached 15 km, it delivered in Aspendos water from mountains and possessed tremendous system of pipes which allowed it to cross the plain at quite low level. The population of the cities of Turkey of that period understood about water supply systems much more, than some modern specialists in water supply of the cities. Still it is possible (осторожненько) to climb on aqueduct towers to admire from above vicinities Aspendosa. It is also possible to reach an aqueduct, having turned on an exit from Belkis on a dirt road at the left which bends around a hillock from the West.

Turkey from Irkutsk is always rounds taking into account your personal preferences: on time, on service level, on the prices and, naturally, geography of tourist excursion.

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