Around 50 kilometers north of Antalya, the old town of Aspendos is one of the big-hitter historic sights for visitors touring the Turkish coast region. The site's theater— one of the largest surviving parts of architecture in the Roman Empire— is the landmark that everyone can see here.
Although most visitors are here just to see the cinema, there are plenty more activities to do if you have some time up your sightseeing sleeve.
The 40-meter acropolis hill rises just above the lower town of Aspendos. The nymphaeum (fountain sanctuary), once a monumental building defined by two pillars, lies beyond the remnants of a tiny temple and the agora.
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