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Myra - Ocean Necropolis

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Irene Fanizza
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published on 03 August 2012
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Myra is an ancient town in Lycia.

The city has two necropoli of Lycian rock-cut tombs in the form of temple fronts carved into the vertical faces of cliffs at Myra: the river necropolis and the ocean necropolis. The ocean necropolis is just northwest of the theater.

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