Antalya

All kings and rulers envy me "Move and find a place on earth: it was the King of Pergamon II Attalus ordered his best jockey ... 2000 years ago! 
 Riders embarked on  their journey knowing the difficulty  of the mission, otherwise impossible. As the days went by, nothing seemed to be the place my husband was telling me. Finally, the Gate of Heaven has now opened at the crossroads of the road called Çubuk Beliim. Charm and night freeze ... Silvery coast in  the setting sun and endless indigo-colored sea fire, surrounded by the foothills of snow-capped mountains and the greenery of pristine forests! 
 
Antalya: 
 They were fascinated by the brilliance of colors on the heavenly plane, as they descended into the Taurus Mountains. Seeing the unparalleled beauty of nature, they  were convinced that they eventually discovered paradise. The jockey returned to the king and said galloped: "We have fulfilled your mission! We have found heaven!" The king wanted to see everything with his own eyes, the rider showed the way I did. When King Attal saw the place, he agreed that it had to be heaven and ordered the  city to be built here. In a short time,  Pergamon built a magnificent city in this beautiful place and named it "Ataleia Atareus" in honor of their masters. 
 
AntalyaTurkey: 
 Over the centuries the city has been renamed to Steely, Satalya, Adalya and finally today it is Antalya. Today it is known as the "Turkish Riviera" because of its archaeological value and natural beauty.  The city of Antalya developed between the Roman and Byzantine empires. Since the 2nd century, Christianity has spread to this area. St. Paul visited Antalya as recorded in Acts (14: 2526) (Antalya is called Attalea). After preaching in Pisidia and Pamphylia, St. Paul and St. Barnabas came to Antalya and sailed from there to Antakya (now Antakya).  The book also mentions the preaching of the apostle Paul in the city of Pergue (15 km from what is now Antalya),  the capital of Pamphylia at the time. Antalya later served as a naval base for the Christian Crusaders. In the 19th century, Antalya's population  increased at the expense of  the Caucasus and Balkan Turks who emigrated to Anatolia. 
 
 Old Town: 
 In 1911 the city lived in a wall harbor for another quarter, with about 25,000 people, including many Christians and Jews. Port served as a ferry for a local company. Antalya (later Adalia) was very beautiful. It was a house of government offices and urban aristocrats outside the walls. The city was soon occupied by Italy after World War I until 1923 and the establishment of the Republic of Turkey.
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