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The whole Lycian coast abounds with massive mountain ranges, above 3 km in the Akdag and Bey Dag peaks.
Most of its wild and sequestered atmosphere can be explained by this rough orographic terrain.
Not long ago the only practical means of transport was by sea: It took till the 1970's before a proper coast road - cut through the mountains - finally replaced the unpaved paths.
In the Lycian society, women were held in high respect. Herod even tells that - when asked to which family he belongs - a Lycian would state the lineage of his mother. Moreover, children of a female civilian where free even if their father was a slave!
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Guide to the coast of Turkey from the Bosphorus to the Syrian border and Cyprus has been updated and improved throughout.
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West Carian coast
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