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The Hierapolis Street

The east-westerly Columned Street is cut across by the north-southerly Hierapolis Street. These two streets were planned and built at the same time, during the Roman Period. The 450 m long and 10.8 m wide street has only partially been uncovered. The Hierapolis Street has travertine flooring and there is a north-southerly sewerage system beneath the slabs. The sewerage canals, that were used to direct the waste and rain water outside the city, ran the entire lenght of the street and it is 0.70 m wide and 1.5 m deep.

 

The Hierapolis Street

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