After four years finally---

Starting in 1996 with various proposals to the authorities, now the Akyaka "Royal Tomb",
that has been covered in connection with the building of the Mugla - Marmaris highway, is reopened


According to archaeologists, there is a hidden tomb next to the well-known tomb in the west of Akyaka kaya mezar veli_sahinarif_kucukcoban From left:

   Veli Şahin (Road Office Muğla) Suha Terzioğlu,(Municipality of Akyaka) Arif Küçükçoban (Museum Muğla)

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Starting the works


30 Lorries of debris had to be taken


Is it that?

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Here we are, the roof of the tomb

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the result of the day

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With every rain comes more

ground from the slope

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Our chairwomen inspects

eventual damages

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There has to be a wall

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Here we are, finally

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The tomb is in a cave,
carved out of the rocks

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The top of the column

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The base of the tombs wall

Both the tombs together    total   create now a big area

If you ever should come to Akyaka, the tombs are situated on the road from Akyaka to Gökova