Antalya, which means Attalos Dormitory, II. It was founded by Attalos. After the end of the Kingdom of Pergamon (133 BC), the city, which remained independent for a while, was later captured by pirates. B.C. It was annexed by Commander Servilius Isauricus in 77 BC. B.C. It became a base for Pompeius' navy in 67th. M.S. The visit of Hadrianus to Attaleia in 130 helped the development of the city. Attaleia, whose name was seen as the episcopal center during the Byzantine rule, showed a great development after it was captured by the Turks. Since the modern city was founded on the ancient settlement, there are very few remains of antiquity in Antalya. The first of the ruins that can be seen is a part of the harbor breakwater, which is described as the old port, and the wall surrounding the port. The Hadrian's Gate, which has been restored outside the park, is one of the most beautiful ancient works of Antalya.
Although it is known that there are structures such as temples, agoras and theaters in all ancient cities in Attaleia, it is impossible to locate them today.
Kaleici; a large part of it is surrounded by walls inside and outside in the shape of a horseshoe, which is destroyed and destroyed. The walls are common works of Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine, Seljuk and Ottoman periods. The walls have 80 towers. There are about 3000 houses with tile roofs inside the walls. The characteristic structures of the houses not only give an idea about the architectural history of Antalya, but also reflect the lifestyle, traditions and customs in the region in the best way.