The Theatre and Aqueducts of the Ancient City of Aspendos
The Theatre and Aqueducts of the Ancient City of Aspendos is part of the Tentative list of Turkey in order to qualify for inclusion in the World Heritage List.
The Theatre and Aqueducts of the Ancient City of Aspendos date from the Hellenistic and Roman Period. Both were reused during Seljuk times, partly by the use of spolia.
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I just wonder how they waited so long to put that place on tenative list. It should have been there much, much earlier. Visited a long time ago (July, 1993).
One of best preserved ancient theatres in Turkey, mostly because it was later transferred to a medieval stronghold (similarly to those in Syrian Bosra). There are ancient ruins of a Greek town nearby (much worse preserved). Ideal half-a-day trip if you are based in Alanya.
Renomination of former TWHS Aspendos theater and the Roman aqueduct (1984)
2015 Added to Tentative List
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