French: Xanthos-Letoon
The Xanthos-Letoon is a World Heritage site in Turkey defined by the UNESCO in 1988 and definitely a recommended cultural sightseeing location.
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"This site, which was the capital of Lycia, illustrates the blending of Lycian traditions and Hellenic influence, especially in its funerary art. The epigraphic inscriptions are crucial for our understanding of the history of the Lycian people and their Indo-European language."
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