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Antalya Hadrians Gate

Hadrian`s gate is Antalya`s most important and elegant antique monument. It was built of white marble with three arches with Corinthian columns and capitals and errected in 130 A.D. following the Emperor`s stay in the city. It was the only entrance through the city walls. This is one of the best preserved monuments in Antalya. It is considered as Pamphylia`s most beautiful gate.

Antalya-Hadrian's Gate
Antalya - Hadrians Gate
Antalya - Hadrians Gate
Detail of the Hadrian´s Gate
Detail of of the Hadrian´s Gate



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