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Sartmustafa is the community in Turkey, located some 20 km to the south-east from Ahmetli. The capital city Ankara is in 580 km to the north-east. The population is about 170 people in accordance with the 2015 census. Many people visit Sartmustafa each year to take a look at its famous archaeological sites.

Sartmustafa is served by Adnan Menderes (IATA: ADB) airport which is 110 km away.

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1. Sardis
Sardis, also Sardes (Lydian: Sfard, Greek: Σάρδεις, Persian: سارد Sparda), modern Sart in the Manisa province of Turkey, was the capital of the ancient kingdom of Lydia, one of the important cities of the Persian Empire, the seat of a proconsul under the Roman Empire, and the metropolis of the province Lydia in later Roman and Byzantine times. As one of the Seven churches of Asia, it was addressed by the author of the Book of Revelation in terms which seem to imply that its population was notor…

2. Sardis Synagogue
Sardis Synagogue is a synagogue located in the province of Manisa Turkey. This former capital city of the antique Kingdom of Lydia (7 east from Izmir (formerly Smyrna) in Western Anatolia (Asia Minor), now 10 kilometers west of the modern town of Salihli.

If you have seen everything in Sartmustafa already, take a look on the outskirts of the town. If you will be around, try one of the following places:

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Lidya Sardes Hotel Thermal & SPA

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Lidya Sardes Hotel Thermal & SPA

starting $52

Kaya Magnesia Spa & Wellness

starting $34

Giritligil Hotel

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Fayton Hotel

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Anemon Hotel Kula

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dovsOtel Boutique-Butik Hotel

starting $41

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