Shepherd Entertainment takes you on a tour of Antalya in the Turkish Riviera, which according to a lot of people, it’s not
only the biggest but the most beautiful city in the area.
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Objects and statues found during the excavation of Perge can be seen in the museum in Antalya. Antalya with more than half a million inhabitants is a provincial seat. According to a lot of people, it’s not only the biggest but the most beautiful city in the area. The often snow capped Mountain Taurus is the background for Antalya that was built on a plateau. The symbol of the city is a monumental tower comprising round arched pillars, the Yivli Minaret. Together with the mosque attached to it, it’s masterpiece of Seljuk architecture. Its base is square and there’s a stone astragal above followed by eight semi-cylinder co-pillars made of red brick. The balconies are decorated with the same stone work as the jammy built by Aladdin Keykubat I and covered with six stones. Earlier, it was an archeological museum. The massive tower Hidirlik Kulesi standing at the end of the coast of Promenade, functioned as a lighthouse from Roman times up to the 19th century. It was really necessary proven by the number of ships that sunk here, the wrecks of which attract both archeologists and amateur divers. The two most well known are the unfortunate brass age galleon at Galinia Cave and the wreck in Sunset Bay. It was found by the American archeologist George Bass in 1973. Antalya is international trade harbor today as well, but it’s very important for tourist boats too. The famous antique tower of Geneses can be approached by boat from this harbor.