The Hadriyan's Gate
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The Hadriyan's Gate

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The Hadrian's Gate (or Hadrianus Gate or The Three Gates (meaning "Üçkapılar" in Turkish)) is a triumphal arch which was built in the name of the Roman emperor Hadrian, who visited Antalya in 130 A.D. It has three arched gates. According to the legend, Sultan Belkis, the Queen of Sheba, is said to have passed under those gates and enjoyed a happy day in the palace in Aspendos on her way to visit King Solomon. Formerly the city walls enclosed the outside of the gate and it was not used for many years. This may be the reason why it has not been harmed, and it was only revealed when the walls collapsed. It is considered as Pamphylia's most beautiful Gate. The upper part has three apertures in the shape of a cupola, and except for the pillars is built entirely of white marble. The ornamentation is very striking. The original Gate was two storeys but little is known of the top storey.

On either side of the Gate are towers, which are known not to have been built at the same time. The southern one is known as the Julia Sancta tower and is a work of the Hadrian era. It was constructed of plain stone blocks. While the base of the northern tower belongs to antiquity, the upper part is left over from the Seljuks.

(wikipedia)

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Bilder in der Nähe von Kaleici / Antalya

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A: Old Gates of Adryan

von Alexander Peskov, 20 Meter entfernt

Old Gates of Adryan

B: Hadrian Kapi

von Ercan-Kapkac, 20 Meter entfernt

Hadrian Kapi

C: The Hadriyan's Gate

von Levent ŞEN, 20 Meter entfernt

The Hadrian's Gate (or Hadrianus Gate or The Three Gates (meaning "Üçkapılar" in Turkish)) is a trium...

The Hadriyan's Gate

D: Hadriyan's Gate Park

von Levent ŞEN, 30 Meter entfernt

This small city park is located near by Hadrian's Gate.And , name of the park is coming from this gat...

Hadriyan's Gate Park

E: Civelek Street

von Levent ŞEN, 90 Meter entfernt

Kaleiçi, the harbor which the city walls enclose is the oldest part of the city. In Kaleiçi, Yivli Mi...

Civelek Street

F: Hamit Efendi Street

von Levent ŞEN, 130 Meter entfernt

Kaleiçi, the harbor which the city walls enclose is the oldest part of the city. In Kaleiçi, Yivli Mi...

Hamit Efendi Street

G: Mescit Street

von Levent ŞEN, 180 Meter entfernt

Kaleiçi, the harbor which the city walls enclose is the oldest part of the city. In Kaleiçi, Yivli Mi...

Mescit Street

H: Kocatepe Street

von Levent ŞEN, 190 Meter entfernt

Kaleiçi, the harbor which the city walls enclose is the oldest part of the city. In Kaleiçi, Yivli Mi...

Kocatepe Street

I: Pasa Camii Street

von Levent ŞEN, 220 Meter entfernt

Kaleiçi, the harbor which the city walls enclose is the oldest part of the city. In Kaleiçi, Yivli Mi...

Pasa Camii Street

J: Akarcesme Street

von Levent ŞEN, 220 Meter entfernt

Kaleiçi, the harbor which the city walls enclose is the oldest part of the city. In Kaleiçi, Yivli Mi...

Akarcesme Street

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Dies ist ein Überblick von Kaleici / Antalya

Antalya Kaleici

Virtual reality tour of  Kaleici , Antalya / TURKEY

KALEICI : the historical center of ANTALYA ; now restored as the touristic centre of the city with its hotels, bars, clubs, restaurants, and shopping.

KALEICI retains much of its historical character and the restoration won the Golden Apple Prize, the Oscar of tourism.

There are a large number of mosques, churches, madrasahs, masjids, hans and hamams in ANTALYA.

KALEICI , the harbor which the city walls enclose is the oldest part of ANTALYA.

In KALEICI , Yivli Minaret, Kesik Minaret and historic houses are to be found.

In KALEICI , there is traditional Turkish architecture which strives for harmony with the nature.

(wikipedia)

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