The Hierapolis Gate
From the two main gates of the Tripolis ancient city, it is the one on the south. It was named as the Hierapolis Gate because continuing southeast after passing through this gate, one would reach Hierapolis. The remains of the gate are located among grape vines, 460 m south of the city center. It consisted of a marble arch resting on travertine piers. According to the stylistic features, the structure can be dated to the mid 2nd century CE.
Building remains of Hierapolis Gate