Phaselis Aqueduct, Med. Turkey

Last Updated on April 23, 2019

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Golden Stone, Silver Water

The Romans built hundreds of miles of aqueducts in Anatolia, not to mention hundreds of theaters, baths, agoras and colonnaded streets.

This fragment of aqueduct is at Phaselis, once a thriving Mediterranean port for the shipment of rose oil used in perfumes.

Not far from Olimpos on the coast south of AntalyaPhaselis today is anational park where this picturesque Roman remnant catches the late afternoon light beneath shady pines.


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