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Antalya

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Antalya. The harbour and part of the modern town. Antalya. View over the harbour toward the Bey Mountains on the W. [West] side of the Gulf.
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Antalya. Kayiks and dinghies in the inner harbour. Antalya. Cruising in the Gulf. The background is formed by the Bey Mountains.
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Antalya. Looking towards the mainland from Rahat adasi, the Isle of Rest. Antalya. A gate attributed to the Emperor Hadrian. The pyramidal columns belong to an unhappy restoration.
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Antalya. Cobbled street leading down to the harbour. Antalya. Cobbled street leading down to the harbour.
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Antalya. Passing types: an ancient seller of water and sherbet. The Korkuteli Road. Wealthy Yuruk woman on the Goc, or trek to the alpine meadows with her household possessions.
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The Korkuteli Road. Yürük bivouac and cattle in the shade: in the background, the Bey Mountains. The Korkuteli Road. Children in a Yuruk (nomad) camp.
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The Korkuteli Road. Yürük headman on a gallant pony stallion. The Korkuteli Road. The Yürük Göç: a herd of Anatolian ponies.
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Thermessos. Roman ruins and part of the natural rock bastion. Termessos. [Thermessos] View showing remains of the theatre.
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Termessos. [Thermessos] Ruins of the theatre. In the background, the Goktepe, or Sky hill. Thermessos. Detail of a tomb.
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Thermessos. Carving on an early Christian tomb. Aspendos. The bridge over the Küprüsü, the classic Eurymedon Flu.
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Aspendos. Architectural detail of the upper gallery of the Roman theatre. Aspendos. The Roman theatre, the largest and best preserved in Asia Minor.
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Aspendos. The Roman theatre. The scaena.

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