Mount Nemrut

The colossal stone heads at the top of 2150 meters high Mount Nemrut National Park are one of Turkey’s most famous sites. The statues of Greek and Persian gods were thirty-three foot tall and formed part of the tomb and temple complex built by Antiochus I ( 69–34 B.C BC), who reigned over the Commagene kingdom.  In addition, it is also the site of tumulus of Antioch, Eskikale (Arsameia), Yenikale (New Castle), Karakus Tepe (Peak), and Cendere Bridge.

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