Sagalassos on the Net

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Of course, if you are looking for information on Sagalassos, your first stop should always be our project's website. If, however, you're still in need for more information, or you'd like to go beyond and search the web, there is plenty of information waiting for you to explore.

Archaeology Magazine's "City in the clouds"

The website of Archaeology Magazine dedicates one of its Interactive Dig sections to the project. It's called City in the clouds. While this is not the main project's website, you'll find a lot of information here as well (e.g. our yearly webreports are published by Archaeology Magazine as well).

Sagalassos website by AyGaz

AyGaz, one of the main sponsors of the Antonine Nymphaeum has a website dedicated to Sagalassos and this monument in particular. You can check it out here but be aware that not all information shown is correct!


You could also check YouTube and search for tag "Sagalassos". You'll be surprised how many visitors took the effort to make a video while being on the site and want to share their experience with the world.

Flickr / Picasa / ...

If moving pictures is not your thing or you have seen all images available on this site (which you haven't, believe me!), then photo sites like Flickr or Picasa may appeal you. Check these sites and search for "Sagalassos" on Flickr or "Sagalassos" on Picasa.


Facebook users can join the group dedicated to the Sagalassos project and get in touch with Sagalassos' project members or enthusiasts. To join the group, a Facebook account is required.

Missed a spot?

If you've found other interesting spots on the Internet dedicated to our project, please let us know and we'll be happy to add them here.