Aspendos Ruins

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Richard B
Edinburgh, UK3.890 kontribusi
Mei 2022 • Teman
Very good archaeological site indeed. Aspendos is not just an ampitheatre (albeit a very good one). Aspendos has the aqueduct, basilica, market place and extended ruins. A very worthwhile site indeed.

Tip: After a visit inside the ampitheatre, a short walk up the hill allows excellent views and photo opportunities.

If near Aspendos in the Antalya area- great afternoon out.
Ditulis pada 28 Mei 2022
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MARZ
10 kontribusi
Des 2021
One of the best preserved amphitheatre ruins I have seen. The ruins are much larger than I expected and great fun to walk around. However there is also a lot of walking to be done around the site, containing other ruins and artefacts , can easily spend a few hours walking and enjoying the history.
Large free car park and an easy short drive from Belek.
Ditulis pada 24 Mei 2022
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maritimeexplorer
Nova Scotia, Kanada3.782 kontribusi
Okt 2021
The city of Aspendos has very ancient roots, going back at least as far as the 5th century BCE by which time it was a firmly established Greek colony, perhaps settled by people from Argos on the Peloponnese. At that time it was the chief city in Pamphylia until the usual chain of events began to unfold. The Persians took over in 546 BCE, Cimon liberated the city in 465 BCE and it joined the Delian League. The Persians were back in control by 411 BCE.

In 333 BCE Alexander the Great ended Persian domination in Anatolia once and for all. In 190 BCE the Romans took over and Aspendos enjoyed a long period of prosperity under Pax Romana until it gradually faded away under Byzantine rule and by the Middle Ages was pretty well abandoned.

However, while the city crumbled to dusty ruins, one great edifice withstood the corrosive effects of time and that was the magnificent theatre, the best preserved in the ancient world.

It was built under the rule of the great emperor Marcus Aurelius in the 2nd century by an architect named Zenon and built so well that the Seljuk Turks used it as first a caravansary and then a palace. Today it is the host of the annual International Opera and Ballet Festival which attracts some of the best opera singers and ballet performers in the world.

Aspendos is only 49 kms. (30 miles) from Antalya, but with much of it through the outskirts of the city it takes us almost an hour to get there.

The first thing that makes Aspendos so different than the theatres I have seen in Ephesus, Pergamon and Myra.is that its exterior entrance is still fully intact. This is the part that was used as both a caravansary and a palace. I have seen a lot of ancient theatres, but I have never seen one like this.

Passing through the entrance you come upon the theatre itself and trust me, it's a 'just WOW' moment.

You need to climb up to the top where there is a covered colonnade to get the view toward the stage. Once again I have to marvel at the genius of the architect who could build a structure of this size and yet get the acoustic so right that even from this distance you can plainly hear the performers on stage. I know this because our guide demonstrated it.

There is a representation of the goddess of good fortune Tykhe above the stage which was common in Roman era theatres. She certainly did bring good fortune to this building that has stood for 1,800 years.
Ditulis pada 17 Mei 2022
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Ozlem S
Istanbul, Turki1.254 kontribusi
Apr 2022 • Teman
Aspendos is the largest ancient theatre on earth. It truly is magnificent with the architecture, the crowd control and the aesthetics.
Ditulis pada 25 April 2022
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Aqua_Uomo
Toronto, Kanada7.388 kontribusi
Mar 2022
Like, how many of these places have you seen so great, so big, so old and so well preserved? I don't get how can people rate this place 3 out of 5? Commenting on the previous review.

Aspendos theater is one of the largest ever built by the Romans in Asia Minor, and today it is one of the best preserved examples of Roman theater architecture. It is imposing, in an incredible shape, magnitude and condition. Simply impressing. Acoustic is stunning, they are actually have concerts here, the stage you see in the pictures is not genuine, it is wood made covered in stone looking panels.

You cant miss this if you are inspired by history and ancient architecture, you just cant! Visited on March 23 at 10:00 AM. Entrance fee is 60 TL ($5), ticket attached.
Ditulis pada 5 April 2022
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David
Singapura, Singapura176 kontribusi
Mar 2022 • Pasangan
Drove about an hour from Antalya. Lots of parking space. Enter tickets without museum is 60TL. If you walk the entire place it’ll take you an hour.
Ditulis pada 15 Maret 2022
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mon108
London3 kontribusi
Okt 2021
Extremely well preserved. the theatre section takes about 45mins which is easy with small children.
A nice trip away from Belek, if you want to get out of the resorts.
Ditulis pada 1 November 2021
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B1714D
Belgrade, Serbia13.456 kontribusi
Agt 2021
First of all to explain how thrilled I was here, let me tell you I've visited almost all ancient theaters/amphitheaters/stadiums throughout Europe, Asia minor and middle east.
By far, this is the best preserved I saw. Only the Athens Panathenaic stadium rivals it, but have in mind it was re-constructed on ancient existing ruins only in 1894 before the first Olympics, while the Aspendos stands like this from the 2 nd century when it was built.
Designed by the native Greek architect, it respects Greek tradition so one part is leaned into the hill, while the rest is built with classic Roman arches. The state of the stage, as well the spectator's tribune and details all around is unbelievable. After, in 13 c the Seljuks converted it into a carvansaray when they conquered the area.
Visiting this masterpiece is a must for any history buff - it's located some 5 km inland from the Antalya-Alanya highway and will consume around 2 hrs of your time.
Ditulis pada 21 Oktober 2021
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Maciek
Warsawa, Polandia8 kontribusi
Okt 2021 • Pasangan
Well-preserved amphitheater. The ticket costs PLN 26, $ 6.5. makes a very good impression. There are also several ruins on the site and a view of the nearby aqueduct
Ditulis pada 10 Oktober 2021
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harlemfamily
New York City, NY660 kontribusi
Jul 2021
We visited here while we were in Belek. It is pretty amazing - so incredibly well preserved. You can explore the whole theater - Go early before the crowds.
Ditulis pada 1 Agustus 2021
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