A Long Drive to Antalya

Today has been a very long day so you will be treated with just a few pictures from the day and I will then head to bed.

Today we traveled from Konya to Antalya via Antioch of Pisidia.

Lystra, Iconioum, Derbe - Inscription Stones - Museum in KonyaInscription stones at Museum in Konya: Lystra, Iconium and Derbe

Snow Covered Mountains - Lake - Central TurkeySnow covered mountain and lake along the way to Antioch of Pisidia.

Street in Antioch of Pisidia - Antioch - Paul's JourneysStreet in Antioch of Pisidia.

Roman Aqueduct - Antioch of Pisidia - Archaeology - WaterworksRoman Aqueduct at Antioch of Pisidia.

Sergius Paulus Inscription at Yalvac Museum - Antioch Pisidia - Inscription - ArechaeologySergius Paulus inscription at the Yalvac Museum near Antioch of Pisidia.

Mountains - Sunset - Turkey - Central Turkey - AntalyaWe had a very scenic drive from Antioch of Pisidia to Antalya. We did not arrive until well after dark.

I will write a longer post about Antioch of Pisidia in the future.

For now, just enjoy the pictures.

Steven

Make sure you visit my Turkey page to find out more information and for links to the blogs of other tour members. We all have our unique styles and perspectives so visit all of them.

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9 Responses to A Long Drive to Antalya

  1. Great photos. Looking forward to reading your longer post in the future.

  2. Lyle Krahn says:

    The last photo is beautiful.

  3. Boomdeeadda says:

    It’s amazing that they managed such neat letters in rock back then. It’s cool to that it’s so old and yet familiar. While the language differs, the fact I can see an ‘L’ or ‘E’ is neat.

  4. Nice timing on the light there 🙂

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