Ancient City of Sillyon SerikSillyon Ancient City (Asarköy, Yanköy), northeast of Perge, 12 km from the sea. inside, in the middle of the plain, sprawling, steep and high is built on a hill. The 29 km of the Antalya-Alanya highway is reached in a stabilized way of 13 km. Sillyon was believed to have been founded after the Trojan war. Slightly sloping west of the hill is surrounded by walls from the Hellenistic Age. These walls complete the towers, gates and roads leading to the city. The city’s gate is on the walls next to the west of the hill. When the hill is reached, there are house ruins, streets, Seljuk Mosque, Byzantine Church and cistern in the west. On the southwestern slope of the hill, there is an 8,000-person theater and an odeon. Approximately 35km from the Antalya-Alanya highway turns north and 8 km. then Sillyon is reached. The city is located on a flat plain, on an elliptical plateau standing high as a table from the plain. It has a completely dominant position in the environment. Field of view extends to the Mediterranean. Founded in BC IV. A century. Hellenic, Roman and Byzantine periods as they lived in the Seljuks were used in the time and the new buildings are enriched with more. The west side of the flat hill on which the city is located, the way up, with the possibility of being a little inclined, was chosen as the spreading area of the city. Below, there is a stadium in the north-west, a stadium in the northwest, and a bathhouse in the east that extends eastward from the southwest, which is in a very dilapidated condition today. Stadium, Gymnasium, towers, Seljuk Masjid, stage part of the collapse of the rocks completely lost Theater and sports facilities are some of the interesting structures. Below is a mosque that is open to worship until the last years of the Ottoman Empire and there is also a spring. The bastion in the middle of this wall is very large and sheltered. There are hidden roads and corridors where they are not known. There is also a mosque on the platform openings where the wall ends. Hellenistic stone buildings and large water cisterns draw attention.