Aspendos Amphitheater, Antalya, Turkey

Aspendos Amphitheater, Antalya, Turkey /watched Fire of Anatolia - superb event TURKEY

Antalya, Turkey

Myra (Demre), Antalya, Turkey Lycian tombs with square columns carved into limestone cliffs during the fourth century B. They rest on the cliff above a well-preserved Roman theater with a double-vaulted corridor.

Stone Bridge, Köprülü Canyon Nature Park, Antalya Province, Mediterranean Region, Turkiye

Going white water rafting in Koprulu Canyon, Antalya tomorrow

The Roman Theatre of Aspendos, Turkey.  Built in 155 AD during the rule of Marcus Aurelius,

The Roman Theatre of Aspendos, Turkey. Built in 155 AD during the rule of Marcus Aurelius, Aspendos Theatre is the best preserved ancient theatre.

The ancient city of Perge-Antalya/Türkiye  Perge is one of the oldest cities of the Pamphylia Region, whose name means “Land of All Tribes”.

Ruins of Perge, Turkey. Perge was an ancient Greek city in Anatolia and the capital of Pamphylia, which later became a Roman settlement.

What to Do in Antalya, Turkey: http://www.ytravelblog.com/antalya-turkey/

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Eternal Flame --- Chimaera in southern Turkey where gas coming out of the rock self-ignites on contact with air.

Eternal Flame --- Chimaera in southern Turkey where gas coming out of the rock self-ignites on contact with air. Bezocht in 2016

Antalya pazar, Turkey: http://www.ytravelblog.com/antalya-turkey/

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Always enjoyed open markets in Europe, and a few with the States! In Europe/Asis, they got me closer to ethnic foods, in the U. Most fascinating were wet markets (seafood) in Asia.

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