Oldest Temple in the world: Over 11,000 years old Göbekli Tepe in Turkey shows the artistic genius of early humans; Puja Changoiwala; Financial Express

Located fifteen kilometres away from the Turkish city of Sanlıurfa, Göbekli Tepe, which was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2018, is believed to be a centre of faith and pilgrimage during the Neolithic Age.

Source: Oldest Temple in the world: Over 11,000 years old Göbekli Tepe in Turkey shows the artistic genius of early humans

Göbeklitepe showed in Nat Geo’s 2020 must-see places list; Hurriyet Daily News

A UNESCO-listed ancient site in the southeastern province of Şanlıurfa hailed as the world’s oldest temple has been added to a respected world travel list.

Source: Göbeklitepe showed in Nat Geo’s 2020 must-see places list

Reclaiming our Ancient Heritage: Portasar (Göbekli Tepe); Adriana Tchalian; The Armenian Mirror-Spectator

During Adriana Tchalian’s first visit to Armenia, she expected to find a rugged and muscular terrain, given the steady diet of cliched images she had consumed over the years of one very famous, snow-capped mountain range. What she found instead was a mild and feminine landscape where ribbons of…

Source: Reclaiming our Ancient Heritage: Portasar (Göbekli Tepe) – The Armenian Mirror-Spectator

Göbeklitepe ready for hot air balloon flights; Hurriyet Daily News

In the southeastern province of Şanlıurfa, the first hot air balloon took off in Göbeklitepe, a UNESCO World Heritage Site which is described as the “zero point in history.”

Source: Göbeklitepe ready for hot air balloon flights

More Chinese drawn to Turkey’s ancient Gobeklitepe; TourExpi

‘Chinese tourists were mostly going to Cappadocia, but now we have included Gobeklitepe,’ says Ankara envoy in Beijing.

Source: More Chinese drawn to Turkey’s ancient Gobeklitepe

Visiting Turkey, UK MPs awed by world’s oldest temple; Yeni Safak

British Conservative Party deputies advise all people to visit ancient Göbeklitepe in southeastern Turkey…

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Göbekli Tepe, the oldest known temple in the world; EFE

At roughly 12,000-years-old, Göbekli Tepe in southeast Turkey is quite possibly the oldest temple in the world and harks back to an era when humans first started to cultivate crops and domesticate animals…

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World’s oldest temple in Turkey draws global attention; Esber Ayaydin; Anadolu Agency

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Turkey: World’s oldest temple attracts record visitors; AA

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World’s oldest temple Göbeklitepe attracts record visitors; YeniSafak

UNESCO World Heritage Site Göbeklitepe in SE Turkey was visited by nearly 26,000 people during recent 9-day holiday…

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Göbeklitepe to be promoted with fashion; Hurriyet

As part of works carried out within the scope of the Year of Göbeklitepe, dresses made by using 30 different animal figures from the ancient site of Göbeklitepe will be presented in a fashion show on April 17…

Source: Göbeklitepe to be promoted with fashion

Turkey’s Göbeklitepe to boost tourism in region; Anadolu

Located in Turkey’s southeastern Sanliurfa province, UNESCO World Heritage expects to host 2 million tourists in 2019…

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Ground zero of human history in Turkey; Daily Sabah

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From field to summit: Göbeklitepe’s extraordinary journey; Anadolu 

Göbeklitepe in Şanlıurfa, which is considered to be the zero point of history with its 12,000 year past and included in the UNESCO World Heritage List this year, attracts attention with its story from the field to the summit

Source: From field to summit: Göbeklitepe’s extraordinary journey

‘Year of Gobeklitepe’ to further boost Turkish tourism; World Bulletin

Located in Turkey’s southeastern Sanliurfa province, Gobeklitepe was added to UNESCO World Heritage List in 2018…

Source: ‘Year of Gobeklitepe’ to further boost Turkish tourism

These ruins changed the history of humanity; now visitors are flocking to them; Annemarie McCarthy; Lonely Planet

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New UNESCO World Heritage Site Recognized in Turkey; Jessica Montevago; Trael Market Report

It’s considered the oldest temple in the world.

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Turkey’s Göbekli Tepe: is this the world’s first architecture?; Robert Bevan; Art Newspaper

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New temples, stones found in Turkey’s Göbeklitepe site; Anadolu

Archeologists have discovered new temples and standing stones in Göbeklitepe, an archeological site located in Turkey’s southeastern Şanlıurfa province.

Source: New temples, stones found in Turkey’s Göbeklitepe site

UNESCO recognizes ancient Stone Age temple in Turkey; Giuseppe Mancini; Al Monitor

Southeastern Turkey’s epic ruins of Gobeklitepe, possibly the world’s first temple, has finally made it to UNESCO’S World Heritage List.

Source: UNESCO recognizes ancient Stone Age temple in Turkey