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Kahta, Turkey

Mount Nemrut is the Hierotheseion (temple-tomb and house of the gods) built by the Hellenistic King Antiochos I of Commagene (69-34 B.C.) as a monument to himself.


Turkish Delight : Sunset on Mount Nemrut.

With 250,000 miles on the clock, 4,000 of which we had recently driven, our stalwart 4 wheel drive decided to give up the ghost on a mountainous ascent in south-eastern Turkey. 496 more words

Travels In The Middle East