Dating back to the fourth century BC, Belek was influenced by the Romans and Byzantines as well as Seljuk sculpture and architecture.
When King Attalus II handed the territory over to the Romans in 133 BC, Roman architecture began to sprout up all over the area. Many of the buildings, stadiums, gymnasiums, turrets and theatres built during this period are still around today in the Belek City area.
Like everywhere in Turkey, it's possible to wander around the town and see ruins and artefacts scattered about where they've been for hundreds of years.
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