Mediterranean coast and Hatay. From Antalya to Alanyi. Ancient fortresses of Turkey – the cities of Pamphylia. Sillion | World travel, tourism and geography 

Mediterranean coast and Hatay. From Antalya to Alanyi. Ancient fortresses of Turkey – the cities of Pamphylia. Sillion

Mediterranean coast and Hatay. From Antalya to Alanyi. Ancient fortresses of Turkey - the cities of Pamphylia. Sillion

We study further the most ancient cities and fortresses of Turkey. In 7 km to the East from Perge there are the old Sillion’s who has seemed too in 1000 It ruins is in even the best, than Perge, a condition and is located at hill top with flat, as a table, top. Sillion’s strategic position has allowed his inhabitants to beat off Alexander the Great attack which could not take this city. At present Sillion involves tourists less, than other cities of Pamphylia, partly because it is impossible to reach it on public transport and even question statement – how many costs to a taxi in Turkey – hardly will help in this case, partly and consequently that the landslide of 1969 has destroyed city nearly a half. To get here from Perge, return to Aksa and go on the road along the coast, and through 7 km to the East curtail on a sign on it is left. In 8 km from this place there is a small village Asar Kyoyyu (Asar Koyii), from where in any way not designated dirt road conducts already to ruins. Perhaps, any local of Turkey will agree to see you to the city. It can appear very useful as, knowing the district, it will protect you from falling in the tank unnoticed by you for water.

Turkey from Magnitogorsk are the best rounds to the Mediterranean, coast of the Aegean Sea, to Antalia, to Cyprus etc.

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