Kaleiçi is about to be included in UNESCO World Heritage List
Old Town (Kaleiçi) in Antalya is declared a 3rd degree archeological site with vast and diverse begining it’s history from Roman Empire followed by Byzantine and Ottoman Empire up to nowadays.
Kaleiçi itself is a ”city in the city” situated in the very heart of Antalya fronted by ancient harbour dating back to Roman Empire times. Kaleiçi has numbers of structures including monuments, buildings, mosques, gardens, etc.
Government of Antalya is reporting that old temples and mosques are protected and needed action is done to meet all qualifications for UNESCO. Entering World Heritage List will protect the town better. Neverthless long history and numerous invasions, Kaleiçi protected it’s authencity rather good.
Such sights as Hadrianus Gate, Hıdırlık Tower, Muratpaşa Mosque, Ancient Theater, Alaadin Mosque, Karamolla Mosque, Dumlupınar School, Hesapçi street are to be added to UNESCO.