anliurfa – the oldest holy city in the world
Sanliurfa is a tourist attraction that’s filled with history, located in east Türkiye next to Syria. It is located in the midst of the desert, causing the temperature to be both very hot and very cold. However, it is home to a large number of archaeological sites including the Abraham Pool, a holy pool that locals as well as Muslims and tourists like to visit. The location also includes a garden, mosque, ancient city wall and market. There’s also a holy castle that was built 800 years BC.
Located just 10 kilometers from the city is Gobekli Tepe, an 11,000-year-old construction believed to be the home of prehistoric inhabitants.
Adiyaman – the wonder of the secret tomb at the top of the hill
If you are going to visit Nemrut Peak, which is home to a large stone head statue (It is believed to be a statue of the gods and dates back to BC era), at an altitude of 2,134 meters, southeast of Türkiye. Traveling to Adiyaman is the most convenient route, because we will continue driving for about 80 kilometers and we will reach our destination.