Phaselis. Turkey. View towards the central harbour of the ancient broad paved main street. The street lined the central and south harbours. It was 225 metres long and between 20-25 metres wide. It is believed to be a pedestrian only street and was lined by steps and shops and baths and stele. The sidewalks were covered with mosaics. The two sections of the street met at a central square in front of the theatre. The ancient Lycian city of Phaselis is located in the Antalya Province in Southern Turkey.