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View looking north at the Hellenistic fountain house that tapped one of the springs at Sagalassos. It was originally built in the first century B.C. After several rebuilds it was severely damaged by an earthquake in A.D. 518.
The "U–shaped" structure is in the Doric style and has been partially reconstructed and is now functional again! The structure above it, with the tiled roof, is the Library of Neron.