Karatepe Aslantas Open Air Museum, Osmaniye

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  • A little further, maybe a little turn but there really amazing artifacts and biographies and an area suitable for a picnic
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  • Aslantaş Museum stone sculpture and motifs you can observe with interest the old writings in the remote jungle town a nice Museum. While visiting the Museum after your trip you will be lost in the green of the blue and I'm really impressed with. Clouds seen from the dam is officially reflected this makes more wonderful than I think. The occurrence must go.
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  • 45 minutes from the Centre of osmaniye. Aslantaş Dam Lake landscape can be found in a wooded picnic area. Also in this field from the museums. Stonework Museum old periods. Picnic instead of the entrance fee. Museum card $10.00 entry to the Museum.
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  • Toilet, potable water camellias. Very nice landscape. Picnic. Fish can be held. Also I suggest you to roam the Museum. If you go early in the morning, you'll find it easier to place. Very crowded on the weekends. Consuming alcoholic beverages cool.
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  • Nashville District, within the borders of the village of Kızyusuflu, 638-altitude, Kayode is North of. Nashville is in the southeast of the County, 22 km, 30 km to Adana Osmaniye is 130 km away. Kaycee Hittite Age (8 BC) Adana Plain Ruler Balaji B wild tribes in the North by the Kingdom to defend against, it was built as a border fortress. Because of this the name of the place Asativadaya from 725-720 in Bc the Assyrian king in 680 Bc 5 Salamonsor or Asarhaddon possessed by, was demolished and burnt down. The thickness of the walls of the fortress walls were destroyed between 2 and 4 m wide, while the inner and outer walls of the Castle, from 4 to 6 m high. Dry, the space between the double wall made of stone without mortar, rubble and filled with Earth. The castle's East-West diameter 196 m, is a North-South diameter 376 meters. The castle can be found at intervals of 28 18-20 m, can not be detected 6 to 34 have been fortified with rectangular bastions. At the peak of the Hill, the Palace estimated two ruined buildings burnt and granaries and silos of wells. One southwest of the Castle, and the other two to the Northeast gate. The South West of the entrance there are two broken parts on a attached lion sculpture. Right and left side alcoves and light yellow, hard-grained basalt stone blocks on the wall covering the day's beliefs and the nature of enterprises on reliefs from various figures exhibiting (stone reliefs) and including the same text, and Hittite hieroglyphic writing mutual Finike (nails). The door is within about three meters tall storm God statue. The door of the Northeast human-headed, there are two Sphinxes, lion's body. Relief of the Sun God in the right and left Chambers and other various reliefs including mutual with the same text, Finike (nails) and Hittite hieroglyphic writing. Kayode meçhulü of science until 1946 was the place. Saimbeyli, was found by chance from a dozen sheep graze from Shepherd and teacher Ekrem KSA by Adana Museum Director Naci has been reported to the SAND.
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  • Out of sight, it's kind of hard to reach a treasure. Museum card valid
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  • Landscaping with a wonderful ...
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  • It's really a great place do not necessarily point to navigate
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