Rhodiapolis is an ancient city located in present-day Turkey, in the Antalya province. The city was founded by the Rhodians, the people from the island of Rhodes, in the ancient times. It was an important city of Lycia, a region in the southwestern coast of modern Turkey. The city was known for its impressive ancient ruins, which include a theater, a Roman-era bath, and a number of well-preserved houses and public buildings. The theater of Rhodiapolis, dating back to the 2nd century AD, is one of the most well-preserved examples of ancient Roman theater architecture in the region. The bath complex, which was built in the 4th century AD, is also a notable example of ancient Roman engineering and architectural design. The city was also an important religious center and it had several temple dedicated to the gods and goddesses of the ancient world. Today, the ruins of Rhodiapolis are a popular tourist destination and a valuable source of information for historians and archaeologists studying the ancient world.