Around the World in Analogue: Olympos, Turkey

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“Around the World in Analogue” is your bite-size guide to the most amazing travel destinations across the globe, as documented by the members of the Lomography community. Today, lomographer Caner Çelik (@canercelikphoto) leads us to the storied city of Olympos, Turkey.

Name: Caner Çelik
LomoHome: @canercelikphoto
Social Media: Instagram, Website
Camera: Minolta Dynax 505si
Film: Lomography Color Negative 800
Location: Olympos, Turkey

Olympos Ancient City is located in the ancient Lycian region in the south of Antalya. With its natural location, it has become a port city property throughout history. This city, an important member of the Lycian League, was seized by pirates in B.C. Later, the Roman Navy cleared the city of pirates and continued to be one of the distinguished members of the Olympos Lycian Union during the Roman Empire period.

You should visit this city which has wonderful beaches and great nature. You can also be sure that you will not see concrete during your holiday.


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written by Lomography on 2017-05-19 #lomohome #around-the-world-in-analogue

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