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The Antalya Museum traces the history of the Mediterranean and Pamphylia regions in Anatolia from Prehistoric times through the the Stone and Bronze Ages to the Ottoman era.
The Antalya Museum traces the history of the Mediterranean and Pamphylia regions in Anatolia from Prehistoric times through the the Stone and Bronze Ages to the Ottoman era. There are over 5000 works of art and 12000 archaeological finds on display. Highlights include ●Phrygian excavations of gold, silver, bronze and ivory items from Elmalı-Bayındır, ●Hacılar pottery, ●Karain Cave finds, ●Bronze Age works from Karataş-Semahoyük, ●2nd century Roman sarcophagi with reliefs of the 12 Labors of Hercules, ●Byzantine mosaics from Seleuceia and Xanthos which depict scenes from Greek mythology, ●Pergean sculptures, ●coins from different eras in the Hall of Coins, ●Seljuk tiles, and Ottoman tiles and carpets.
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The Glass Pyramid Sabancı Congress and Exhibition Center is a convention centre that is noted for its uniquely shaped structure of metal and glass designed by architects Levent Aksüt and Yaşar Marulyalı
The lush Botanic Gardens are a highlight of the Akdeniz University campus with ponds, fountains and a maze
The Antalya Aquarium is one of the longest tunnel aquariums in the world, extending to 131 metres with tropical and Mediterranean reefs
Hıdırlık Tower is a stone tower at the edge of Kaleici dating back to the 2nd century
Hadrian's Gate is a triumphal arch at the entrance of Kaleici which was built to commemorate Roman emperor Hadrian's visit to Attaleia (Antalya back then) in 130 AD