Left: The roman triumphal arch (3th century AD), on the south edge of the lower city of Anazarbus.
This monument, with its three passages, is unique in Cilicia. It was situated close to the city walls (a glimpse of it is shown on the right half of the picture) and to the south city gate, of which nothing remains.
Correspondent: J.M.Criel, Antwerpen.
Sources: ‘Guides Bleus: Turquie’ – Edition 1986 , ‘Guide Fodor: Turquie’ - Edition 1988
& Personal Visits (1985-1999).