In South East Turkey – a part of the country lesser visited by most tourists – stands the captivating and somewhat mysterious ancient temple site of Göbekli Tepe. It is on many archaeology lovers' bucket lists and in 2020, we can take you there.
At Göbekli Tepe, you'll admire pillars carved with intricate sculptures of vultures and lions, which were erected to support huge blocks of stone making up the complete structure. What makes this site truly awe-inspiring is the fact that it was built over 11,000 years ago – back in the 10th century. This UNESCO World Heritage Site even predates Stonehenge by a staggering 7,500 years.
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