The remains of the ancient city of Perge, lie just 17km (11mi) northeast of Antalya and is the region’s most significant Roman ruin. Dating as far back as the Bronze Age, Perge was originally settled by the Hittites around 1500 BC and under ... 

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Kursunlu Waterfalls

June 2010

Agnes R
United Kingdom

Very beautiful National Park

Kursunlu

June 2010

Kursunlu waterfall

Nymphaeum (fountain house) at Perge

February 2015

I'm in the photo, my husband was taking the pictures.

Manavgat waterfall

February 2015

Photo of me at the Manavgat waterfall. Incredibly beautiful ( the falls, not me!!) even in rain.

Kursunlu Waterfalls

July 2011

Tanya D
South Africa

This was the most beautiful waterfalls I have ever seen, the water was so clean, it just makes you want to jump in.

Perge

July 2011

Tanya D
South Africa

The ruines are very well maintained.

Aphroditis Temple

July 2011

Tanya D
South Africa

This section of the tour(Side) is usually done first, but because the weather was very hot, we did Perge in the morning as there is not allot of shade.

Temple of Apollo, Side

June 2010

Agnes R
United Kingdom

View of Temple of Apollo iin Side

Perge

June 2010

Agnes R
United Kingdom

View of the Romans bath

Perge - Antalya

June 2010

Vaults of the stadium in Perge

Perge

June 2010

A part of an ancient bath in Perge

Aspendous

June 2010

Aspendus theater- Front view

Aspendous

June 2010

Aspendous theater - Internal arches

Roman Gladiator in Aspendos

July 2009

Dan?el M
Kuwait

Roman Gladiators still make surprise visits. Dad, take the picture quickly!

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