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RHODIAPOLIS - III

No aqueduct fed water to the city and it relied solely on water storage in cisterns. The so-called “aqueduct piers” that were once identified in fact belong to Roman chamber tombs.

The restoration of the temple near the amphitheatre in 2017 was criticised for employing workers with no experience in restoration, lacking an experienced project manager, placing some stones backwards or in the wrong place, and excessively using Italian marble in place of existing stone

Rhodiapolis_Ancestors_cult_hall

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Rhodiapolis_Ancestors_cult_hall

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Peristye House

Rhodiapolis_Sarcophagi
Rhodiapolis_Building_fragments
Rhodiapolis_Hellenistic_watchtower

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inscription

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Rhodiapolis,_Lycia,_Turkey_(16810390486).jpg

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Rhodiapolis_Acropolis_church

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Rhodiapolis_Acropolis_church

Funerary monument of Opramoas

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Rhodiapolis_Acropolis_church

Rhodiapolis_At_western_city_gate

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