Lycian rock-cut tombs above Dalyan river, Kaunos, Turkey. Above the river's sheer cliffs are the weathered façades of Lycian tombs cut from rock, circa 400 BC. The ruins of the ancient trading city of Kaunos are a short boat trip across the river.
The Midas Monument in Eskişehir, Turkey. The most prominent part of the Midas Monument is a high rock-cut facade with an incised decoration apparently showing a pedimented temple front with acroteria, faced with terra cotta and with a niche at the bottom center. The niche's walls bear graffiti reading Matar (Mother, i.e. the goddess Cybele) and it probably held a statue of Cybele. The monument carries a dedication in Old Phrygian.