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Ancient Urartian site of Cavustepe (Sardurihinilli), Van
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der Ort ist abgelegen man braucht ein Auto zu mieten. Wir mussten keinen Eintritt bezahlen, niemand war da. Da das Museum leider zu ist haben wir mit grosser Freude diese Anlage geschaut, Wenn Sie die... read more »the place is secluded you need to rent a car. We had to pay no admission, no one was there. Because the Museum is unfortunately too we looked this facility with great pleasure, if you look at this region go necessarily here. In the summer it is very hot and there are no trees be sure kopfbedekung take! Šarduriḫinili was an impressive example of the urartian architecture, art and culture built as Urartu was powerful. I hope I made you curious.show original
без гида, который рассказал бы вам историю и что где раньше было, не так интересно. без гида вы увидите просто кучу каменной кладки и непонятные письмена треугольничками. хороший вид на окрестности.without a guide, who told you the story and that's where they used to be, not so interesting. without a guide you'll see just a bunch of masonry and cryptic letters treugol′ničkami. a good view of the surrounding area.show original
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Van-Hakkari yolu üzerinde, Gürpınara 10 km uzaklıkta. Ovaya hakim bir konumda ve heryer toprak. Böyle olunca kale duvarlarından geriye bir şey kalmamış. II. Sarduri yazıtları sağlam bir şekilde duruyo... read more »Gürpınara van-Hakkari Highway, 10 km away. In a location dominated by plain and everywhere. Be nothing left of the castle wall. II. the inscriptions of Sarduri 1st s stands in the way. In the Castle, warehouse, barn, House, cisterns and cuneiform inscription. The castle's keeper John Ku, an academic, is one of the few people who know the language of urartu. Tells the history of the Fort and fluently. Then sit in his land the House stone carving terrace guests can enjoy a cup of tea. Although the terrace a very warm nice breeze so much geography.show original
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