Phaselis. Turkey. The architectural ruins of Hadrian’s Gate at the south harbour end of the ancient broad paved main street. The gate was built for the Roman Emperor Hadrian when he visited Phaselis. The street linked 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 ancient Lycian city of Phaselis is located in the Antalya Province in Southern Turkey.
- Copyright Steven Sklifas. All Rights Reserved.
- Image Size
- 7145x4768 / 31.0MB
- Contained in galleries
- Phaselis - Turkey