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4 things to see in Antalya

Antalya has developed at a dizzying pace, with shopping centers, hotels and beach clubs making it a popular tourist destination. Here are some things to see in Antalya!

1- Kaleiçi

As you make your way through the alleys of Antalya's historic center, you will find a number of traces of the city's distant past. One of the structures that defines the silhouette of Kaleiçi is Minare Kesik. This mosque, badly damaged by a fire in the 19th century, is a mixture of a Roman temple and a Byzantine basilica. Another icon of the city is the crenellated clock tower at the entrance to the old town, opposite the Tekeli Mehmet Pasa mosque from the 17th century.

2- Düden Falls

Between the two waterfalls, the one not to be missed is the lower waterfall (Karpuzkaldiran Waterfall), located between Antalya and Lara. Here the Düden River makes a 40-meter jump over the cliffs directly into the Mediterranean. Here a park has been set up, complete with playgrounds, panoramic terraces and a cable car that crosses the river just before it flows into the cliffs.

3- Hadrian's Gate

This magnificent triumphal arch, just off Atatürk Avenue, was built in the 2nd century BC on the occasion of Emperor Hadrian's visit to Antalya. The gate is flanked to the north and south by strong defensive towers, also from Roman times. Above the arches you will see many of its original rose windows and the perfectly preserved lion heads on the frieze and cornice.

4- Antalya Archaeological Museum

Antalya has a first-class archaeological heritage. No wonder then that the Antalya Archaeological Museum is one of the best in the country, and a must in any vacation here. More than 5,000 pieces are on display in 13 rooms covering the period from prehistoric times to the Ottoman era. The valuable piece is a marble sarcophagus from the 2nd century with reliefs depicting the Twelve Labors of Hercules.

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