Arch of Domitian


The twin-towered ruins of the Arch of Domitian are at the northern end of Hierapolis. Just before them is the surprisingly large latrine building, with two channels cut into its floor, one to carry away sewage, the other for fresh water.

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1. Agora

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The vast 2nd-century agora was once surrounded by marble porticoes with Ionic columns on three sides, and enclosed by a basilica on the fourth. It's one…

2. Roman Baths

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This 2nd-century baths complex later became a basilica during the Byzantine era.

3. Hellenistic Theatre

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Hack across the Hierapolis hillside, in a westerly direction from the Martyrium of St Philip the Apostle, and eventually you'll come to a completely…

4. Latrine

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This large latrine building at Hierapolis has two floor channels, for sewage and for fresh water.

5. Necropolis

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The necropolis (cemetery) at Hierapolis rambles across the hills and is one of the most fascinating parts of the ancient city ruins. The path through the…

6. Temple of Apollo

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The foundations of the Temple of Apollo at Hierapolis remain today. Once the heart of the city, this was where people came to consult the temple's oracle…

7. Martyrium of St Philip the Apostle

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The extraordinary octagonal Martyrium of St Philip the Apostle at Hierapolis is built on the site where it's believed that St Philip was martyred. The…

8. Travertines

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The World Heritage–listed saucer-shaped travertines (or terraces) of Pamukkale wind sideways down the powder-white mountain above the village, providing a…