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About Muratpaşa

About Muratpaşa

About Muratpaşa

About Muratpaşa:

Muratpaşa District was established with the Law No. 5747 published in the Official Gazette dated March 22, 2008 and numbered 26824. Kepez is located in southwest Turkey in the Mediterranean region between 30-31 degrees longitude and 36-37 degrees latitude. Muratpaşa is surrounded by Aksu in the East, Kepez in the North, Konyaaltı in the West and the Mediterranean Sea in the South. Muratpaşa town center is located on 8,804 hectares in the Mediterranean coast. County provincial area is 92 Km2. 20 km from the district. There are coastal coastline. According to 2015 data, the population of Muratpaşa is 477.290.

As the Mediterranean climate prevails in the district, summers are hot and dry, winters are mild and rainy. In relation to climate, plants in the plains often dry in summers. The mountains are covered with heat-resistant maki, pine and other vegetation.


About Muratpaşa


Antalya City Walls During the Hellenistic period, the city walls were surrounded by a theater-planned city. In the Byzantine period, a second fortification wall and a ditch were reinforced. The first walls of Antalya II. It is known that it was built at the time of Attalos. In 130 BC, the Roman Emperor Hadrian built Hadrian's Gate during his campaign in Antalya and restored the eastern part of the city walls. The city, which had been subjected to Arab invasions since the 7th century, was briefly captured by Fazıl bin Karin, the commander of the Abbasid caliph Mutashek, in 860.

The ancient city of Antalya was protected by two horseshoe-shaped walls, one by the sea and one by land. There were also walls separating the urban settlements. There were numerous and fifty steps of towers on the outer walls. Antalya's city walls date back to ancient times. It was generally built by the Romans on the foundations of the Hellenistic period and expanded or repaired during the Seljuk period. Stone blocks with many ancient features were used in the walls. By the end of the 19th century almost all were preserved. Today, only some signs in the city, the Hadrian's Gate, the Clock Tower, the Hidirlik Tower and some of the remains of walls remain.

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