6 Sights in Manavgat, Turkey (with Map and Images)


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Welcome to your journey through the most beautiful sights in Manavgat, Turkey! Whether you want to discover the city's historical treasures or experience its modern highlights, you'll find everything your heart desires here. Be inspired by our selection and plan your unforgettable adventure in Manavgat. Dive into the diversity of this fascinating city and discover everything it has to offer.

1. Manavgat Waterfall

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Manavgat Waterfall on the Manavgat River is near the city of Side, 3 km (2 mi) north of Manavgat, Turkey. Its high flow over a wide area as it falls from a low height is best viewed from a high altitude.

Wikipedia: Manavgat Waterfall (EN)

2. Selge

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Selge was an important city in ancient Pisidia and later in Pamphylia, on the southern slope of Mount Taurus, modern Antalya Province, Turkey, at the part where the river Eurymedon River forces its way through the mountains towards the south.

Wikipedia: Selge (EN)

3. Eurymedon Bridge

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The Eurymedon Bridge was a late Roman bridge over the river Eurymedon, near Aspendos, in Pamphylia in southern Anatolia. The foundations and other stone blocks (spolia) of the Roman structure were used by the Seljuqs to build a replacement bridge in the 13th century, the Köprüpazar Köprüsü, which stands to this day. This bridge is characterized by a significant displacement along its mid-line, noticeable by looking at its ancient piers.

Wikipedia: Eurymedon Bridge (Aspendos) (EN)

4. Etenna

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Etenna was a city in the late Roman province of Pamphylia Prima. Centuries earlier, it was reckoned as belonging to Pisidia, as by Polybius, who wrote that in 218 BC the people of Etenna "who live in the highlands of Pisidia above Side" provided 8000 hoplites to assist the Seleucid usurper Achaeus.

Wikipedia: Etenna (EN)

5. Eurymedon Bridge

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Eurymedon Bridge Ralf Rochow / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Eurymedon Bridge is a Roman bridge over the river Eurymedon near Selge in Pisidia in southern Turkey. It is part of the road winding up from the coastal region Pamphylia to the Pisidian hinterland. Located 5 km north of the village Beşkonak in a sparsely settled area, the bridge crosses the Eurymedon high above the valley bottom.

Wikipedia: Eurymedon Bridge (Selge) (EN)

6. Lyrbe (Seleucia)

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Lyrbe (Seleucia)Vwpolonia75 (Jens K. Müller) / CC BY-SA 3.0

Seleucia was an ancient city in the Asia Minor region of Pamphylia. It has long been identified with a ruined site about 23 km north of present-day Side in Turkey, but recent research suggests that these hard-to-reach ruins are in fact those of the ancient city of Lyrbe and not those of Seleucia, which was perhaps 15 km west of Side.

Wikipedia: Seleukia (Pamphylien) (DE)


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