A group of mountaineers who climbed Turkey’s majestic Mt. Nemrut have struggled to find the ancient statues at the UNESCO World Heritage site due to heavy snow in freezing temperatures. Click through for the story in photos...
A group of South Korean bloggers along with Korean tourism company executives have visited Turkey’s majestic Mt. Nemrut, a UNESCO World Heritage site in the southeastern Adıyaman province.
Turkey's majestic Mount Nemrut, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the southeastern Adıyaman province, continues to draw thousands of Turkish and international tourists hoping to experience its stunning sunrises and sunsets.
A mosaic structure dating back to the 4th century has been found in the Gölbaşı district of the eastern Turkish province of Adıyaman.
Two brothers who work locally as farmers discovered the mosaic structure, which features Ancient Roman characteristics, while they were working in their field in Gölbaşı.
Video footage, coincidentally found by a Turkish collector in a German flea market, which shows excavations on Mount Nemrut in 1965, as well as the life of locals in the region, has revealed a big scandal. The sculpted head of the King of Commagene, King Antiochus, which is now at the Gaziantep Zeugma Museum, was seized while being smuggled abroad by a German.