The 2nd century BC theatre. In the background is the red cliff which contains thousands of rocks cut tombs. Pinara. Turkey. The Greek styled theatre is situated at the base of the city and accommodated up to 3,200 spectators. The great red cliff which rises to a height of 500 metres and has thousands of rocks tombs and caves cut into the vertical cliff face. Pinara was one of the six principle cities of Lycia and its vast and unique site include great and rich monuments from its past. The evocative ruins of Pinara are situated on a pine forested mountain foothill 2km above the village of Minara, in the Fethiye district of Mugla Province, south-western Turkey.
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