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About Myra | History of Myra Ancient City

About Myra | History of Myra Ancient City

Myra Ancient City

Myra Ancient City It is the ancient Lycian city located in the center of Demre District of Antalya Province.

Myra, one of the six largest cities of the Lycian Union, was built in the 4th century BC. Since the 5th century, evidence has been found to prove its existence.The name of the ancient city of Myra, famous for being the bishop of St. Nicholas, means "the place of the Mother Goddess." The most important structure of the city The Church of St. Nicholas was destroyed in 1034 by the Arab invasions.The ancient city of Myra, built on the plain of the same name, was connected to Andriake, a port city of Çayağzı. The remains of the present day are the theater on the southern skirt of the acropolis and the rock tombs on both sides.There are Roman and Hellenistic city walls on the hill. Myra was once the capital of the Lycian province.

The ancient city of Myra is of particular importance to Christianity as it is the city of Saint Paul and his friends, the most famous and even the most influential of Christian missionaries.Entrance to Myra Antique City on Demre Alakent Quarter Karabucak Street is a fee and museum is valid. It is open from 08.00 to 19.00 in April-October and from 08.00 to 17.00 in November-March.

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