Sillyon Antik kenti

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26 ulasan
Luar biasa
6
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6
Biasa
9
Buruk
3
Sangat buruk
2

Lanni
Amsterdam, Belanda3.804 kontribusi
Jan 2022 • Teman
Definitely very off beaten path not too far away from Antalya. Located on the slope to the top of a hill, surrounded by village, and very little information. "City map" is available at the "entrance" and one information to be very careful when visiting Sillyon.

We climbed first to the top, quite steep, no clear path, we just followed the flock of goats (yes!). It was very worthy to see the half theatre and cistern fell down due to earthquake! On the top of the hill there are some ruins with "not bad condition" such as bastion, churches, temples, water towers, and of course unknown building but we thought to be houses. Lots of small cisterns as people collected rain water for their water supplies.

To descend from the hill, that was different story. We took other way and there was no alternative than passing the blocks, stones, bushes, and very very steep! Visiting in January it meand also slippery. I would only recommend visitors who is fit enough for this terrain and don't feel afraid of height.
Ditulis pada 21 Januari 2022
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Caroline S
Ramsbottom, UK456 kontribusi
Okt 2018 • Pasangan
You're very much your own explorer here - there's no entrance fee or directions, just set off walking up and explore the ruins as you find them. We didn't venture to the top as it was a baking hot day, but we had a walk round with the goats and found a few interesting points. It's not the easiest to negotiate round but of some interest to see.
Ditulis pada 27 Desember 2018
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trippetrine
Stavanger, Norwegia32 kontribusi
Nov 2018 • Pasangan
Ruins as they were left after the the catastrophe as opposed to f.ex. Perfect where a lot of reconstruction has been done. The interesting bit is the theatre where only the last 3 rows are still there and the rest just disappeared down below. We were on our own but a guide appeared from nowhere and just pointed the way to go. It would actually be dangerous to go to the top without a guide because of the water holes and the steep hillside by the theatre. There is a water supply at beginning of the path where you can fill up your bottle, do this because you will get thirsty.
Ditulis pada 23 November 2018
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Metaldread
Chawton110 kontribusi
Nov 2018 • Pasangan
A dramatic location with the ruins of a Pamphylian town perched atop a steep hill. The site is unrestored and barely excavated. One for the hardcore antiquarian.
Ditulis pada 20 November 2018
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Rod F
Royal Wootton Bassett, UK2.057 kontribusi
Mei 2016 • Pasangan
Passing along the Antalya-Manavgat highway, one cannot fail to notice a flat-topped hill. This is the site of ancient Sillyon. It is easy enough to ascend the hill, passing through a fine Greek horseshoe-plan gateway, but the site is very overgrown. Warning: there are many cisterns on the summit, and it would be easy to fall into one. Keep to sheep-paths. There are many stone-built house platforms, and some carved from the living rock. Of greatest interest are a public hall with fastenings for the windows, and a small building which reused a stone bearing the longest known example of an inscription in the Pamphylian language, although using Greek characters. The theatre has all but tumbled fro the side of the hill, and there are the remains of a Seljuk castle. Entrance is free.
Ditulis pada 27 April 2017
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CasRijvers
29 kontribusi
Feb 2016 • Teman
While this site has nearly no trails, signs, or information it is probably the most interesting greco-roman settlement I have ever been to. Entrance was free and I get the impression that very few foreigners go there. This is probably because the acropolis is literally falling apart taking portions of the city with it. There are the top few rows of seats left of an amphitheatre left while the rest lies at the bottom of the cliff. There are also massive cracks in the rock cutting right through wall in many places where more of the acropolis is ready to fall away. An amazing place to see an active and dramatically crumbling city.
Ditulis pada 13 Juni 2016
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