Visit Göbeklitepe and Nemrut with GOKTURK RAMU

2 Days and 1 Night

Join us and follow the traces of the ancient Sumerian, Babylon and Commagene Civilisations with the comprehensive and elucidating lectures by Göktürk Ramu.

göbeklitepe
göbeklitepe

Explore the  History Rewriter  “Göbeklitepe”, the “beginning of the written history”, feel the ancient days and admire the beauty of the stonework. Known to be the oldest ever temple of the world, nowadays Göbeklitepe attracts a hundreds of visitors from all around the world daily. Standing on the crossroads of the antiquity, Göbeklitepe will prove to you that it can not be just a coincidence to sit on these fertile lands.

One of the Unesco World Heritage Sites, is there, welcoming us to Kahta, Adiyaman. Ascend up to “Mount Nemrud”, a heritage of Commagene Civilisation known as the “Constellation of Genes”. Sitting on top of 2134 mt high Mount Nemrud, the statues of Antiochus, Zeus Oromasdes, Hercules, Verethragna, Artagnes, Ares, Apollo, Mithras, Helios, Hermes challenged the time for the last 2000 years. Probably a clue, stone slab horoscope proposing 109 BC stands next to the Statues.

gobeklitepe turkey
gobeklitepe turkey

One of the oldest cities of the world, Şanlıurfa has another reason of visiting for each visitor. The Temple of SIN, home to AnnunakiSin mentioned often in Asyrian and Babylon records, the village of Sogmatar where traces of Samas, son of Sin can be followed, the ancient city of Harran, visited by Marduk, Abraham, Jacop and and was once the home to one of the oldest universities of the world, well of Jacop, Museum of Şanlıurfa and Balıklıgöl (Pond of Ayn Zeliha) are among the many to be visited. Well, the climate and fertile land are the reasons why this many civilisations settled down here.