Milias Ancient City Milias Ancient City is situated in the town of Kocaaliler in the Bucak district of Burdur province. This city was inhabited during the Hellenistic and Roman periods and is surrounded by steep cliffs. While the cliffs do provide some protection, the city also has walls for times of crisis. The first structure that greets visitors upon entering the city center is a small temple. The environment is littered with ruins of many buildings, most of which were built using the bedrock for support and are in damaged condition. Despite the damaged condition of most buildings, the theater of the ancient city of Milias still stands intact. Its picturesque backdrop adds to its beauty, although the stage building is not well preserved, with many parts crumbled and some already in rubble. The most solid structure in Milias is the public building located between the agora and the theater, which resembles a stage building when viewed from one direction. Its possible function as a market room or meeting space is unknown. In the completely collapsed agora in front of the public building, pillars with inscribed records can be seen. One of the structures whose function can be understood are the water cisterns found south of the theater. The abundance of cisterns suggests that the city lacked resources nearby for water supply. To the west of the theater, there is a colossal staircase or entrance to another monumental structure in close proximity. The architectural pieces around the structure confirm its grandeur, and the steps descending towards the forest suggest that it is a colossal entrance door.