Copies of lost artifacts of Lycian Civilisation to be exhibited in underwater park in Antalya's Kas
24.09.2021

ANTALYA, KAS - TURKEY - SEPTEMBER 22: A view of the ongoing preparations for "Lycia-Kas Underwater Art Park" in Kas, Antalya, where copies of historical artifacts from the Lycian civilisation smuggled from the region to be exhibited under the sea, are about the come to an end on September 22, 2021. The 658 lost and forgotten artifacts covering approximately 10 acres underwater were meticulously lowered into the sea by divers for the visitors. ( Sukru Gursoy - Anadolu Agency )

Copies of lost artifacts of Lycian Civilisation to be exhibited in underwater park in Antalya's Kas
Fotoğraf: Sukru Gursoy

ANTALYA, KAS - TURKEY - SEPTEMBER 22: A view of the ongoing preparations for "Lycia-Kas Underwater Art Park" in Kas, Antalya, where copies of historical artifacts from the Lycian civilisation smuggled from the region to be exhibited under the sea, are about the come to an end on September 22, 2021. The 658 lost and forgotten artifacts covering approximately 10 acres underwater were meticulously lowered into the sea by divers for the visitors. ( Sukru Gursoy - Anadolu Agency )

Copies of lost artifacts of Lycian Civilisation to be exhibited in underwater park in Antalya's Kas
Fotoğraf: Sukru Gursoy

ANTALYA, KAS - TURKEY - SEPTEMBER 22: A view of the ongoing preparations for "Lycia-Kas Underwater Art Park" in Kas, Antalya, where copies of historical artifacts from the Lycian civilisation smuggled from the region to be exhibited under the sea, are about the come to an end on September 22, 2021. The 658 lost and forgotten artifacts covering approximately 10 acres underwater were meticulously lowered into the sea by divers for the visitors. ( Sukru Gursoy - Anadolu Agency )

Copies of lost artifacts of Lycian Civilisation to be exhibited in underwater park in Antalya's Kas
Fotoğraf: Sukru Gursoy

ANTALYA, KAS - TURKEY - SEPTEMBER 22: A view of the ongoing preparations for "Lycia-Kas Underwater Art Park" in Kas, Antalya, where copies of historical artifacts from the Lycian civilisation smuggled from the region to be exhibited under the sea, are about the come to an end on September 22, 2021. The 658 lost and forgotten artifacts covering approximately 10 acres underwater were meticulously lowered into the sea by divers for the visitors. ( Sukru Gursoy - Anadolu Agency )

Copies of lost artifacts of Lycian Civilisation to be exhibited in underwater park in Antalya's Kas
Fotoğraf: Sukru Gursoy

ANTALYA, KAS - TURKEY - SEPTEMBER 22: A view of the ongoing preparations for "Lycia-Kas Underwater Art Park" in Kas, Antalya, where copies of historical artifacts from the Lycian civilisation smuggled from the region to be exhibited under the sea, are about the come to an end on September 22, 2021. The 658 lost and forgotten artifacts covering approximately 10 acres underwater were meticulously lowered into the sea by divers for the visitors. ( Sukru Gursoy - Anadolu Agency )

Copies of lost artifacts of Lycian Civilisation to be exhibited in underwater park in Antalya's Kas
Fotoğraf: Sukru Gursoy

ANTALYA, KAS - TURKEY - SEPTEMBER 22: A view of the ongoing preparations for "Lycia-Kas Underwater Art Park" in Kas, Antalya, where copies of historical artifacts from the Lycian civilisation smuggled from the region to be exhibited under the sea, are about the come to an end on September 22, 2021. The 658 lost and forgotten artifacts covering approximately 10 acres underwater were meticulously lowered into the sea by divers for the visitors. ( Sukru Gursoy - Anadolu Agency )

Copies of lost artifacts of Lycian Civilisation to be exhibited in underwater park in Antalya's Kas
Fotoğraf: Sukru Gursoy

ANTALYA, KAS - TURKEY - SEPTEMBER 22: A view of the ongoing preparations for "Lycia-Kas Underwater Art Park" in Kas, Antalya, where copies of historical artifacts from the Lycian civilisation smuggled from the region to be exhibited under the sea, are about the come to an end on September 22, 2021. The 658 lost and forgotten artifacts covering approximately 10 acres underwater were meticulously lowered into the sea by divers for the visitors. ( Sukru Gursoy - Anadolu Agency )

Copies of lost artifacts of Lycian Civilisation to be exhibited in underwater park in Antalya's Kas
Fotoğraf: Sukru Gursoy

ANTALYA, KAS - TURKEY - SEPTEMBER 22: A view of the ongoing preparations for "Lycia-Kas Underwater Art Park" in Kas, Antalya, where copies of historical artifacts from the Lycian civilisation smuggled from the region to be exhibited under the sea, are about the come to an end on September 22, 2021. The 658 lost and forgotten artifacts covering approximately 10 acres underwater were meticulously lowered into the sea by divers for the visitors. ( Sukru Gursoy - Anadolu Agency )

Copies of lost artifacts of Lycian Civilisation to be exhibited in underwater park in Antalya's Kas
Fotoğraf: Sukru Gursoy

ANTALYA, KAS - TURKEY - SEPTEMBER 22: A view of the ongoing preparations for "Lycia-Kas Underwater Art Park" in Kas, Antalya, where copies of historical artifacts from the Lycian civilisation smuggled from the region to be exhibited under the sea, are about the come to an end on September 22, 2021. The 658 lost and forgotten artifacts covering approximately 10 acres underwater were meticulously lowered into the sea by divers for the visitors. ( Sukru Gursoy - Anadolu Agency )

Copies of lost artifacts of Lycian Civilisation to be exhibited in underwater park in Antalya's Kas
Fotoğraf: Sukru Gursoy

ANTALYA, KAS - TURKEY - SEPTEMBER 22: A view of the ongoing preparations for "Lycia-Kas Underwater Art Park" in Kas, Antalya, where copies of historical artifacts from the Lycian civilisation smuggled from the region to be exhibited under the sea, are about the come to an end on September 22, 2021. The 658 lost and forgotten artifacts covering approximately 10 acres underwater were meticulously lowered into the sea by divers for the visitors. ( Sukru Gursoy - Anadolu Agency )

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