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A geometric patterned floor mosaic was unearthed during the excavations carried out around the Red Basilica in Pergamon, an ancient city in western Turkey
Source: 1,800-year-old Geometric Patterned Mosaic Found In The Ancient Greek City Pergamon Now Modern Turkey
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All historical artifacts unearthed in excavation sites nearby the Selimiye Mosque in the northwestern province of Edirne will be displayed in an “archeo-park,” which is currently under construction.
Source: Artifacts to be displayed in “archeo-park’ near Selimiye Mosque – Turkey News
Istanbul is a beautiful destination that is one of the oldest cities. It has seen so much of history, and there is so many cultural relics here that you will find yourself lost in a dreamy world. There is nothing quite like visiting a place that lies both in Europe and Asia. Celebrating cultures, stories, lives, cuisines, and more.
Source: Photos of Istanbul’s beauty
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A documentary was prepared by the Presidency’s Directorate of Communications about the 7-year-old Malatya Arslantepe Mound, which was included in the World Cultural Heritage List by UNESCO this year and where the first state form in history emerged.
Source: Arslantepe Tumulus, Included in UNESCO List, to be Introduced to the World
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Mankind has a responsibility toward preserving Göbeklitepe’s cultural heritage and must pass it on to future generations, said archaeologist Çiğdem Köksal Schmidt, the wife of German archaeologist Klaus Schmidt, who unearthed the 12,000-year-old Neolithic site in a two-decade excavation works near the southeastern province of Şanlıurfa.
Source: ‘Göbeklitepe should be passed on to future generations’ – Turkey News
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Two of Turkey’s most unique UNESCO landmarks can be seen with one tour, and this is what to know before you go.
Source: What To Know About Visiting These Twin (Must-See) UNESCO Listed Attractions In Turkey
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Sanliurfa is city of history, archeology and tourism, says mayor…
Source: World’s oldest temple in Turkey becomes major tourist attraction – Timeturk Haber
Turkey is a land of incredible travel opportunities and home to many world heritage sites. Here is a chance to explore the country’s wonders…
Source: Historical tales of Turkey’s many UNESCO wonders
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September 2022 – 9 Days
Discover the dawn of civilisation where our Neolithic and Bronze age ancestors changed from hunter gatherers to organised societies with agriculture, ritual and an understanding of the wider world. Visiting multiple excavations, UNESCO World Heritage sites, museums and cities across the several different regions of Turkey. Accompanying expert and New Scientist writer Michael Marshall will help you explore important archaeological sites including Göbekli Tepe, Çatalhöyük, Aşıklı Höyük, Hattusa and Mount Nemrut. Along with the museums that curate the extensive collections found at these sites. Plus the east meets west culture clash of Istanbul and it’s impressive biblical-scale architecture, the Turkish capital Ankara, the geologically stunning Cappadocia with its underground city of Kaymakli.
In partnership with Intrepid Travel…
Source: Neolithic and Bronze dawn of civilisation: Turkey | New Scientist
Ephesus, an ancient Greek city, is one of the greatest archaeological treasures on Earth, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Source: Entire Ancient Greek City of Ephesus is UNESCO World Heritage Site