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Hattuşa Örenyeri, Corum

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  • M. d. 4 b.c. the people living in that day they established modern city life circumstances, public awareness, and living in the evening for the safety of people living in the city at that time, a delegation of the doors by simply opening off and on again this morning by of seals removed and continue daily life.
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  • Hattusa, the capital of the Empire and the Hittites established an outstanding residential area does not necessarily help the promotion of the world appear unfortunately I don't have a regular transportation from Hattusa Otagar Corum
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  • There is a pyramid,old city walls,temples,hieroglyph,lion gate,yerkapi tuncel,sphings gate,king gate, So different atmosphere 
  • Il was a dream of my childhood. I should never forget the day when the Hittie's capital showed her beauty in front of my eyes. Hope I could come back here one day .
  • we walked around the full circumference and it was amazing. Highly recommend
  • Probably 6-7 km in length, hauling up and down along a path are the date field. Along the way, it is not possible to find water or food. Even went down from the vehicle you've seen around drive new continuing drive from reading is at least 3-4 hours. Those who must be prepared accordingly to walk from start to finish. The sick, the elderly and children are definitely not recommend to travel on foot, best for a trip they are instrumented.
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  • Impressive
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  • King labarnaya Hi at hattusa
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