Sagalassos is probably one of the most stunning archaeological sites that I’ve visited recently. I took this picture from the hill above the city’s theatre. A larger version can be found here. It shows the central part of the city. Prominently featured is the reconstructed Heroon (the so-called Northwest Heroon) and the Upper Agora with its nymphaeum. The excavators kept an absolutely brilliant online diary during last year’s season and I hope they will repeat the success this year. I can also recommend the museum in Burdur that has some of the finds from Sagalassos. It is undoubtedly one of the best provincial museums in Turkey, although rarely visited. I will soon be uploading more photos from my recent trip to Turkey.