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Catalhoyuk Ruins, Cumra

Categories: Ruins, Tourist Spots
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4/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web
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  • Situated in Anatolia and the oldest in the world, take a look at the built-in community. Although if you persist you can find, although it is not a sign that Çatalhöyük. Because of lack of interest not even leave a museum tour guide the Museum, come on.
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  • Very interesting for those who are interested in archeology and can read from ruins from a protocity. Will be more interesting for a wider public when the 'model' houses will show how it looked like 1...  read more »
  • An ancient city in the middle of Anatolia 10,000 years. A very important date. Necessarily must-visit. The works were taken to the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations. In the summer, the gezmemenizi and the water bottle I suggest to keep the temperature of the Konya plain.
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  • not as gripping as Gobekli Tepe for many reasons, but it is a much safer place to go with all the rebels and extremists crawling around SE Turkish border. plus it is close to Anakara and Derinkuyu (as well as other underground cities of Cappadocia)... and then you can swing over to Hattusa on your way back to Anakara or Istanbul.
  • Good location not crowded like center there isn't Muslim like centre good historical centre
  • One of the most ancient city known, from around year 6000 b.C. Formed by all houses sticked together, people lived in and under ground level to keep themselves fresh, and socialized on the top of the houses.
  • Oldest city known to this date
  • old place that contain rich history to study