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大姐小露開心果The ancient Romans Kaleci under the rule of the Byzantines It is the code name for Antalya Old Town This prosperous town has a port and dock Unbeatable Mediterranean Sea View All in sight There are many restaurants and bars here Winding stone streets A charming residence Blooming gorgeous flowers Attract tourists The alleys are beautiful and charming Karec Become Antalya The classic ancient city that best represents the Ottoman Turkish era~
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D36***42antalya is great holiday spot and this land of legends - theme park makes it fabulous. its a must visit place especually with kids and teen-agers. paid entry is from 10am to 6pm. at the end of the day this time appears less. take your kids and they will love you.
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City Park
M30***42There are two waterfalls in Duden in Antelia. We went to the waterfall on the sea that went straight into the sea. There is another place inland, which is relatively quiet. The beautiful coastal waterfall, flying down the canyon cliffs in the old city of Antalya, is very majestic and a rare sight in the world.
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City Park
Crystal2650Not only can you eat fresh and delicious seafood in Antalya, you can also enjoy the invincible scenery. Konyaalti Beach is located on the west side of Antalya. There are seaside paths covered with pebbles, and there are parks, hotels and residences around it. In the evening, many local residents will come here to swim, children happily piling up sand and stones to play, mostly families, so many children, the simple and happy life of natives is enviable...
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Historical Site
M34***68The ancient theater of Aspendos, which is located about 47 kilometers from the center of Antalya, was built in 155 AD. It has a stone-step auditorium of 7,000 people, and the theater is 96 meters in diameter. Despite the storms of nearly 2000, earthquakes, wars and other uses, the theatre's exquisite structure has survived almost perfectly except for a partial garret. It is also one of the most intact sites of ancient Roman theaters in the world.
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City Park
huang244483There is a cafe on kaputas beach where you can pay to rent umbrellas and deck chairs. The cafe has a place to change clothes and flush the water. It is estimated that you can use it to rent an umbrella or drink a drink. It is a really great beach.

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Antalya Museum,Turkey

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