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Rich plant life in Termessos-Gulluk Dağ National Park, Lycia, Turkey
The Lycian site of Termessos is set in a beautiful national park, 34 km northwest of Antalya Gulluk Mountain rises just after travertine steps which form large plains north of Antalya. The ancient site itself is one of the most spectacular sites in Turkey because of its stunning location on the slope of Mt. Gulluk overlooking a valley,
The park is rich with plant and wildlife with some rare species including wild goats, roe deer and the imperial eagle. As many sites in Lycia it provides a combination of ancient history and high diverse nature.