Sagalassos Archaeological Site

Sagalassos is located in Burdur, on the Taurus Mountains, which rise to 1700 meters. During the ancient and Roman periods, it was one of the most important cities in the eastern Mediterranean region. The ancient site was discovered in 1706 by a French traveler, and since 1990, archeological digs have been done. The City Council Building, a Doric temple, a monumental tomb (Heroon), the Antonine Fountain, the Bath, the Theatre, the Neon Library, the Macellum, and the Temple of Antoninus Pius are all discovered and restored during these excavations.