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Paragliding in Turkey Kas and

Extreme Sports

Alaiye Resort & SPA Hotel

5 Star Hotel

D'Jack Dance Bar

Bars - Pubs

Club Inferno

Night Club's

Fortune Rafting

Water Sports

Archaeological Museum of Alanya

Archaeological Museum of Alanya
The Archaeological Museum opened in 1967, has two separate sections with archaeological and ethnographical exhibits and artefacts from the Ancient Bronze Age, Urartu, Frygian and Lydia eras were brought from Ankara’s Museum of Anatolian Civilisations to be displayed here. One of the oldest relics on show is an inscription dating from 625 BC that was found in Alanya and written in the Phoenician language. There are remains from Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine ages made from bronze, earthenware, marble and glass.
Mosaics and inscriptions in the Karamanlica language, along with coins from the Classical age 5th and 7th century BC are also on show.

The ethnographical section houses Turkish-Islamic artefacts such as yörük rugs, sacks, utensils, jewellery, manuscripts and writing tools which are on show in a model of a typical Alanya house, and outside there are stone carvings and mosaics from Roman, Byzantine and Islamic periods.

   

Antalya Photos

Side City Centre

Bambus Beach Club Lara Antalya

Manavgat Waterfall

Ancient city of Side and the Temple of Athena

Turkche Live Antalya

Kas Antalya

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Turkish Food Recipes

Tarator - Other Mezes

Cold Meze

Tel Kadayif or Kadayif Threads - Other Desserts

Dessert

Minced Beef & Onion Kebab - Red Meat Courses

Main Course

Gardener’s Kebab - Red Meat Courses

Main Course

Puff Borek - Pastries

Tea Time Pastry

Oven Cooked Mucver - Vegetable Courses

Main Course

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