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Termessos 5, Turkey
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Termessos: der wohl schönste Platz für ein antikes Theater!

Aus über 1000m Höhe kann man von der gegenüber liegenden Seite des Theaters bis zum Mittelmmer hinunter blicken. Der Berg im Hintergrund ist der antike Solymos, der heute Güllük Dağ heisst. 334v.Chr. scheiterte Alexander der Grosse hier mit einem Eroberungsversuch. Die Blüte der Stadt lag in röm. Zeit aus der auch die meisten Bauten stammen.

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Tags: sun; green; outdoors; mountains; nature; history; archaeology; greek; pisidian; solymos; forest; ancient; ruins
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