7 A�May 2016
07:00 Meeting in front of the Tourism Faculty in Akdeniz University Campus, and acting for the tour.
10:00 Arrival to the A�ayagzA� port located west of Antalya and getting on the boat.
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Total two-hour boat tour; respectively Kekova Island and Simena are seen from boat. The ancient city of Simena was located on the peninsula of the Tristomos Bay and dates back to the fourth century BC. There are gnarled olive trees, hundreds of years old, next to stone sarcophagi which are shaped like houses. Below the castle is a small seven-tiered theatre and you will see an ancient tomb submerged in the water in the harbor. Across the bay along Kekova Island are half-submerged ruins of the city sunk by earthquake in the second century AD. You will be able to see remains of stone foundations beneath your boat and on the land staircases seemingly going to nowhere, with remains of abandoned houses. There are also strangely shaped rock islands that have been hollowed out as they were used as stone quarries and later as dwellings. About half an hour swimming break at BurA� Bay is given. Boat rides again to the A�ayaAYzA� and the bus started to move towards the center of Demre.
13:30 The lunch time.
14:30 Santa Claus Church (St. Nicholas) is visited in Demre and then moving through Myra.
St. Nicholas: Saint NicholasA�(270-343) was a historic 4th-century ChristianA�saintA�andA�Bishop ofA�Myra.A�Because of the manyA�miraclesA�attributed to hisA�intercession, he is also known asi??i??i??i??i??i??Nikolas the Wonderworker. He had a reputation for secret gift-giving, such as putting coins in the shoes of those who left them out for him, and thus became the model forA�Santa Claus.A� His reputation evolved among the faithful, as was common for early Christian saints. In his most famous exploit,A�a poor man had three daughters but could not afford a properi??i??i??i??i??i??dowry for them. This meant that they would remain unmarried and probably, in absence of any other possible employment, would have to becomeA�prostitutes. Even if they did not, unmarried maidens in those days would have been assumed as being a prostitute. Hearing of the girls’ plight, Nicholas decided to help them, but being too modest to help the family in public (or to save them the humiliation of accepting charity), he went to the house under the cover of night and threw three pursesA�(one for each daughter) filled with gold coins through the window opening into the house.
The earliest church of St. Nicholas at Myra was built in the 6th century. The present-day church was constructed mainly from the 8th century onward; aA�monasteryA�was added in the second half of the 11th century. In 1863,i??i??TsarA�Alexander II of Russiai??i??purchased the building and began restoration. In 1963 the eastern and southern sides of the church were excavated. In 1968 the formerA� http://mcjts.com/?p=9488 tomb of St. Nicholas was roofed over. AnA�ancient GreekA�marbleA�sarcophagusA�had been reused to bury the Saint; but his bones were stolen in 1087 by merchants fromA�Bari, and are now held in theA�cathedral of that city. The church is currently undergoing restoration.
15:30 Arrival to Myra and visit to the Roman theater &the Lycian rock tombs.
Myra: MyraA�is an ancient town inA�LyciaA�where the small town of Kale (Demre) is situated today in present dayA�Antalya ProvinceA�of Turkey.A�Myra was considered to be one of the six most important cities of the Lycian Federation the others being Xanthos, Patara, Olympos, Pinara and Tlos. The ruins of the Lycian and Roman town are mostly covered by alluvial silts. Thei??i??i??i??i??i??AcropolisA�on the Demre-plateau, the Roman theatreA�and theA�Roman bathsA�has been partly excavated. There are twoA�necropolisA�ofA�LycianA�rock-cut tombsA�in the form of temple fronts carved into the vertical faces of cliffs at Myra. During the Byzantium time Myra, was important as being an important Christianity centre. The earliest church of St. Nicholas is an example of it.
16:30 Moving back to Antalya.
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