Burdur Archaeology Museum of Turkey
Tourism in the Archaeological Museum at Burdur
The ancient city of Kibyra is found near the trendy town of Gölhisar, 106 km southwest of Burdur. it had been the capital of a tetrapolis (with Oinoanda, Balbura and Bubon) before the world was divided between the Roman provinces of Lycia and Phrygia.
This was a vital iron-working area. All the finds collected seem to suggest that the migratory fighter games and wild creature fights organized in Anatolia were both popular and frequent in Kibera.
Marble statues in the Archaeological Museum at Burdur
There are marble statues from Cremna. Like Sagalasos, Cremna was set high within the Taurus mountains. For a protracted time a stronghold of Hellenised Pisidians, Cremna was refounded as a veteran colony by the emperor Augustus. From the age of Hadrian until the first third century AD the colony enjoyed a boom publically buildings whose remains still adorn the positioning.
Disaster struck within the late third century when Cremna became a centre for a regional insurrection against Roman rule. Roman forces staged a significant siege of town and recaptured it in AD 278. A bishopric in Late Antiquity, Cremna was abandoned within the sixth or seventh century. Burdur Archaeology Museum is located at the junction of the cities of Antalya, Isparta, and Izmir, Denizli, and Muğla and is the fair venue of the historical findings found in these provinces.
The museum is supplied with an ancient city exploration system with a kiosk controlled cylindrical screen enabling you to determine the town plan of ancient civilizations and to look at them from various perspectives. Exhibiting valuable, precious, and ancient artifacts of Anatolia and comprising several display halls, the Kibyra and Kremna Galeries, and a garden, Burdur Archaeology Museum is at your assistance.