Phaselis, Kemer, Antalya, Turkey 

Phaselis on the shore was established as a colony by the Rhodes in 690 BC due to its city, its three limouses, its location and proximity to rich forest areas. The maritime trade in the city was the most important source of income. Phaselis brought water to the hill behind the Hadrian Agora with aqueducts from a source in the north of the city during the Roman Age, welcoming water needs in the earliest times with wells and cisterns.

The city is located on both sides of the main street connecting the military harbor and the southern harbor to the main remains. 125 m long and 20-25 m wide, there are paved sidewalks on both sides of the main street. The street forms a square in the middle and then reaches the southern port. There is a sewerage and drainage system beneath this hall, which is furnished with smooth stone.

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