Antalya is the largest city on the , and is one of the hubs of the so-called Turkish Riviera. Having entered the scene in 150 BC as Attalia, named after its founder, Attalos II, king of , Antalya has ever attracted a wide array of travellers, including Paul the Apostle, and Ibn Battuta among others.

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Abkhazian:  Анҭалиа Arabic:  أنطاليا Armenian:  Անթալիա Avaric:  Анталия Belarusian:  Горад Анталья Bosnian:  Antalija Bulgarian:  Анталия Central Kurdish:  ئانتالیا Chechen:  Анталья Chinese:  安塔利亚 Eastern Mari:  Анталья Georgian:  ანთალია Greek:  Αττάλεια Hebrew:  אנטליה Italian:  Adalia Japanese:  アンタルヤ Kazakh:  Анталия Kirghiz:  Анталья Korean:  안탈리아 Lak:  Анталья Latin:  Attalea Latvian:  Antalja Lithuanian:  Antalija Macedonian:  Анталија
Marathi:  अंताल्या Northern Luri:  آنتالیا Ossetian:  Анталья Persian:  آنتالیا Portuguese:  Antália Russian:  Анталия Russian:  Анталья Serbian:  Анталија South Azerbaijani:  آنتالیا Udmurt:  Анталья Ukrainian:  Анталья Urdu:  انطالیہ Uzbek:  Antaliya Western Mari:  Анталья Western Panjabi:  آنتالیا Wolof:  Atali Yue Chinese:  安塔利亞 Antaliyah Antayla Attalia Olbia Satalia TRAYT

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