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The Mausoleum of Mausolas is a very ancient historical landmark, previously characterized by its amazing architecture until it was included among the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, but at one time it was subjected to a powerful earthquake that completely destroyed it, and its ruins were used in Construction of Halicarnassus Castle, some of which have been exhibited in the British Museum.
One of the most important tourist attractions in Bodrum, the Bodrum Castle, or St. Peter’s Castle (English: St Peter’s Castle) is an ancient historical castle that today includes an underwater archeology museum, which displays many artifacts found on the Turkish coast.
The Marina Marina (Palmarina) is a marina, a picturesque landscaped area overlooking yachts, compact boats, palm trees, spas, numerous cafes, restaurants, and shops for the sale of various goods, among others.
Bodrum Amphitheater is one of the important historical monuments in Bodrum. It is an archeological amphitheater dating back thousands of years, and visitors and tourists can see the ancient history of the region and climb to the top of the stadium to enjoy the wonderful view of the rest of Bodrum.
The shipyard of the Ottoman ship
The Ottoman Shipyard basin is located at Bodrum Marina, an ancient basin built by the Ottomans and fortified by the pirate invasion during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, and today it houses a number of art galleries.
The Myndos Gate is considered to be one of the ruins of the archaeological site dating back to the era of King Musulus in the fourth century BC, as this previously double gateway was connected to giant walls, and directly overlooks a trench that witnessed the death of a large number of Alexander the Great’s army drowning in Year 334 BC.