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Title:ANTALYA OLD CITY WALK, TURKEY, 4K, UHD, 60 FPS, VIRTUALTOUR 🇹🇷
Duration:50:31
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Published:22-09-2022
Source:Youtube

Antalya is a city in southern Turkey, the centre of the province of the same name and a seaport. It is located on the Mediterranean coast and is the capital of the popular Turkish Riviera resort region. Antalya is a colourful city, famous for its turquoise sea and golden sandy beaches, sophisticated Roman architecture and magnificent prehistoric ruins. The labyrinthine old town is full of atmospheric sites and the surrounding area is full of ancient monuments. Antalya is an ideal destination for those who love beach holidays and antiquities. The area of modern Antalya has been inhabited since the Bronze Age. In ancient times the land belonged to the Hittites and in the Hellenistic period to Lycia and Pamphylia. During the Kingdom of Pergamon in the 2nd century BC the city of Attalia was founded, which was conquered by the Romans four centuries later. The Roman Emperor Hadrian even made it his winter residence. After the fall of the Roman Empire, Antalya became part of the Byzantine Empire. In the 8th century, earthquakes, raids by Arabs and pirates led to the decline of the city and the region. Despite the continuous threat of Seljuk conquest, Antalya belonged to the Byzantine Empire from the 9th century until the beginning of the 13th century. The old city of Antalya is called Kaleici. It is a maze of narrow cobblestone streets with beautifully restored Ottoman mansions with red tiled roofs and a combination of Roman and Ottoman architecture. The main entrance to the old town is the Hadrian's Gate, built in the 2nd century to commemorate the visit of the Roman Emperor Hadrian. The gate is perfectly preserved and is a magnificent example of Roman architecture. They are imposing marble arches decorated with carvings and surrounded by towers. Near the square is the Yivli Minaret, one of Antalya's main attractions. The mosque and the minaret were built in the 13th century by the Seljuks. Next to them is an old market building and a ruined gate.One of the most interesting sights in Antalya's old town is the ruined Kesik Minare Mosque. Originally a Roman temple was built here in the 2nd century A.D., which was converted into a Christian church during the Byzantine period. Then the Seljuks converted the building into a mosque. This ancient structure was destroyed by fire in the 19th century. In Antalya you can also enjoy Turkish cuisine such as world famous doner kebab, Turkish tea and Turkish coffee. This Antalya 4K videotour in Turkish rivera was recorder in September 2022. #antalya #turkey #walkingtour



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