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Hamaxia Ancient City 2024 Visiting Hours : 

Open everyday

Hamaxia Ancient City 2024 Working Days : 

Everyday

Hamaxia Ancient City 2024 Entrance Fee : 

Free

Last Update : 2024-05-29

Hamaxia Ancient City, situated in the Antalya region of Turkey, stands as a testament to the rich history of the area. Founded in the 4th century BC, this archaeological gem thrived through the Hellenistic, Roman, and Byzantine eras. Its well-preserved ruins, including a grand theater, a bustling agora, and numerous public edifices, offer a captivating glimpse into the past.

As a hub of religious activity, Hamaxia boasted several temples and shrines dedicated to various deities. This city was once a vibrant center of worship and cultural exchange.

Despite its glory days, Hamaxia met its decline in the 7th century AD. Lost to time, it lay forgotten until its rediscovery in the 20th century. Today, the site welcomes visitors as an open-air archaeological park. Explorers can wander amidst the ancient remnants, immersing themselves in the fascinating history of this once-thriving city and the lives of its inhabitants.