Private Tour Perge,Aspendos Waterfall ...

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PERGE you can see the city gate,Roman bath,Agora,city street,historical shops, water God statue(kestros) ASPENDOS This incredibly well preserved ancient theatre was built in the 2nd centrury A.D., it has a capacity of 15,000 people and its still being used for festivals and music concerts. KURŞUNLU WATERFALL Antalya-Mersin highway 15.miles. turn left from the fog. with a rich flora, 33 hectares, 18 meters. the waterfall, which has a capacity of 12,000 people/day, is reached between the pine trees pouring from the height. 7 small pond connected to each other with small waterfalls, 2 km.this waterfall within a canyon was opened in 1986. The rich flora and fauna around it have made it one of the top priorities for eco-tourism activities such as hiking, observing plants and animals.

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Operated by: kapadokya seyahat acentası turizm ve otelcilik işlt. ltd.şti.

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Stop At: Perge Ancient City

Perge returns to history as a Pamphylian Greek city, and with Pamphylia came under successive rule by Persians, Athenians, and Persians again. Alexander the Great, after quitting Phaselis, occupied Perge with a part of his army. The road between these two towns is described as long and difficult. Alexander's rule was followed by the Diadochi empire of the Seleucids, then the Romans. Perge gained renown for the worship of Artemis, whose temple stood on a hill outside the town, and in whose honour annual festivals were celebrated.The coins of Perge represent both the goddess and her temple.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Aspendos Ruins and Theater

Some scholars associate the city's name with "Azatiwadaya". The known city of that name was founded by Azatiwada of Quwê on his eastern frontier, at Karatepe.[3] According to later tradition, Aspendos was founded rather earlier by Greeks who may have come from Argos. The wide range of its coinage throughout the ancient world indicates that, in the 5th century BC, Aspendos had become the most important city in Pamphylia. At that time, according to Thucydides, the Eurymedon River was navigable as far as Aspendos,[4] and the city derived great wealth from a trade in salt, oil and wool. Aspendos did not play an important role in antiquity as a political force. Its political history during the colonisation period corresponded to the currents of the Pamphylian region. Within this trend, after the colonial period, it remained for a time under Lycian hegemony. In 546 BC it came under Persian domination. The fact that the city continued to mint coins in its own name, however, indicates that

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Kursunlu Waterfalls

our travelers will see waterfalls and ponds in the forested area, which is a wonder of nature.magnificent photos will be taken.turk coffee tea natural fruit juice can be obtained here.

Duration: 1 hour
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