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Mount Nemrut, Adiyaman
(4.6/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web)
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  • Went up to Nemrut Dagi for both Sunrise and Sunset and loved both experiences. If I had to choose 1 I would say Sunset was more spectacular and better light, but I certainly thought it was worth the e...  more »
  • Nemrut mountain tour turns out to be a lot of information on the Internet because on the Internet. In order to avoid too much money on tours do not believe now, you can visit the region very relaxed yourself. Sunset or Sunrise outside doesn't mean much to be seen in the area out of the mountain, there is so much room at sunset, the landscape is incredibly beautiful, absolutely must be seen. Excessive wind, as well as recommend it to be resistant to your outfit, you can freeze even in May.
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  • I threw a title like that because my faith is even more powerful. Anyway I'm here:) We went to watch the Sunrise like 0500. Many of us üşürsünüz we have blankets for the dona you etc but do not use. After we walked around the area in a car on the ramp and exit 750mt headwinds. When we got to the top and starts to explain how gravity controls you're forgetting all the torment she was born. A good time
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  • Very nice.
  • A well deserved 5 star! A must see! Both sunrise and sunset are amazing! Easy way to go! Be prepared for cold even in summer when the city center is 42 degrees of celcius!
  • Impressive archaeological site with impressive statues and views.
  • You should be there for both sunrisw and sunset
  • Definitely worth seeing. Don't miss sunrise or sunset. It looks fabulous there. Get ready to climb from the latest stop of the vehicles to the summit. It can take 30 minutes to get to the statues. Even if you go there in summer, you had better get jacket or something. Otherwise you may feel cold since you are climbing a summit of 2.134 m height.