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'Tiberious-Portico and Agora Gate at Aphrodisias,one of the finest and probably least visited sites in TurkeyFirst settlers arrived 8000 years ago lived throughout the Chalk-Bronze and Iron times. The theatre completed in 27Bc and has a spectacular 30,000 spectator ellipse shaped athletics stadium, and The Temple of Aphrodite, the Goddess of Love. There is an Odeon and a Bishops Palace built at late Roman times.'
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