Üzümlü (Cadianda)

Cadianda where names Cadavanti in Lycian is only 20 kms away from the village of Yesil Uzumlu. This village also known as wealthy and crowded place in Roman times B.C. 5.Village is 600 metres high from the sea level and surrounded with stone walls. There 4 lycian graves at North entrance of the city from 4th B.C. There many figures carved onrock on this Lycian graves and 3 of them are in the shap of a house but remains ruined. The ruins located on North face of the Acropol belongs to a Doric style temple from Roman times , believed in Emperor Vespasianus ordered to carve the stones and build a Roman Bath at that times.