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3 days ago

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Library of Celsus....Efes, Turkey. ... See MoreSee Less

Library of Celsus....Efes, Turkey.

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Beautiful!

Good job but wrong depictions of the upper parts. Especially the top. Ruins show different setting.

Maravilhosa!!!!

aqui parece que solo es piedra, pero seguro que había mucha ornamentación de madera.

Juliana Coradine <3

6 days ago

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2 weeks ago

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One another amazing historical place....Hattuşaş, Turkey. BC 2000. ... See MoreSee Less

One another amazing historical place....Hattuşaş, Turkey. BC 2000.

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Beautiful!

Was there many years ago. Quite a sight

Kimler gelmiş kimler geçmiş olsun...bize kim deng geldi rumuz yeliz .

Drew TB

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2 weeks ago

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Around 12,800 years ago, the Earth suddenly dipped into a mini ice age, and nobody really knows why. One of the leading theories is that the cataclysm was triggered by a comet striking the planet, and now, archaeologists believe they've found a first-hand account of the story recorded in the remains of an ancient Turkish temple.

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Around 12,800 years ago, the Earth suddenly dipped into a mini ice age, and nobody really knows why. One of the leading theories is that the cataclysm was triggered by a comet striking the planet, and now, archaeologists believe theyve found a first-hand account of the story recorded in the remains of an ancient Turkish temple.

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It has been written/painted long ago. Except for this, the new data leads to the conclusion that the paintings were created in two times: the first of them were created 42 000 – 43 000 years ago; 14 000 – 15 000 years ago they were renovated and additions were included. Data has been found, which leads to the conclusion that the prototypes of icons were copies of Magura cave paintings, made on tablets by adepts at least since 32 500 years ago. A strange phenomenon has been described in Magura cave. One of its scenes states that people started counting their history since 42 680 ago, after that event happened. Prior to it, they had never decided themselves people. magnaaura.wordpress.com/2014/12/18/magura-cave-paintings-are-at-least-32-500-years-old-copies-of-...

Have been here..🌺near Mt. Ararat

Osvaldo Vega Madriz

3 weeks ago

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At roughly 12,000-years-old, #GöbekliTepe in southeast Turkey is quite possibly the oldest temple in the world and harks back to an era when humans first started to cultivate crops and domesticate animals, the pillars of cultural evolution.
Located a dozen kilometers northeast of Sanliurfa, the site is home to a series of circular structures made up of t-shaped stone megaliths, some as tall as 5.5 meters, so-called monoliths.
Four of the stone sets have already been excavated, but geo-radars have revealed that another 16 are still underground.
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At roughly 12,000-years-old, #GöbekliTepe in southeast Turkey is quite possibly the oldest temple in the world and harks back to an era when humans first started to cultivate crops and domesticate animals, the pillars of cultural evolution.
Located a dozen kilometers northeast of Sanliurfa, the site is home to a series of circular structures made up of t-shaped stone megaliths, some as tall as 5.5 meters, so-called monoliths.
Four of the stone sets have already been excavated, but geo-radars have revealed that another 16 are still underground.

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As I understand it, the 12,000 year date determination comes from dating the organic materials used as fill to cover the monuments. I would think some studies on weathering on the pillars themselves could help determine how long they were exposed as carved images to rain and wind before being buried. I’d bet it’s far older than 12,000 years.

This is a period of time when humans began to transition from being merely part of nature to becoming a force of nature.

Extremely old yet very sophisticated. Intriguing that is.

Why are none of the animals on the Pilar's domesticated animals?

Why was this complex buried?

Just amazing

👏👏

Mükemmel

Andrei Sandor

3 weeks ago

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Now, are those stones supporting the pillar part of the backfill or were they used as part of the original structure?

Neden yaşadıkları veya ibadet ettikleri yerleri gizlemişler ? İbadethanelerin çevresi hep taşlarla örülmüş ve gizlenmiş

3 weeks ago

Dear administrator of this group,

Maybe you forgot, that you have another group, which is called "Göbekli Tepe Discussion House". It would be great, if you visit your group to delete the whole spam from this Chines guy. It has nothing to do with the topic. It´s just annoying. Thank you in advance.
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It's done. Thanx for your attention.

4 weeks ago

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Karahan tepe: One another place like Göbekli tepe....

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Karahan tepe: One another place like Göbekli tepe....

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Kasım Tekin de archeologen zijn ook begonnen met opgraven in Karahan tepe.

Earlier or younger?

1 month ago

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Beautiful!!

Super !

… Carved by the Heisenbergs of the Hunter-Gatherer Crowd ...

Now, was that planned to be put there or did the carver decide to do that because it was easier than making it flat?

Think your looking at Eden.

It's a puppy.

Sirius...? Canus Majora? Minora?

taşa hayat vermek

Chris Del you should read about this place when you get bored

1 month ago

May we never forget the civilizations and people who came before us. We stand on the shoulders of their accomplishments and courage. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

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Amazing place!

Hermoso !

Would love to go there someday - how safe is travel to Sanliurfa?

12,000 years young

Impresionante, espero ir algún día a verlo.

👏👏

Tiziana Colluto

2 months ago

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Gobekli Tepe in Turkey is one of the most remarkable prehistoric sites in the world. It is so unusual that it has turned the archaeological world on its head. #GobekliTepe is actually a 12,000 year old temple complex, built by a hunter-gatherer culture (or perhaps by the first Stone Age farmers?) and they are the oldest temples in the world. Until this complex was discovered, it had been thought that temples had only been built by agrarian cultures. The complex has been on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 2018. Gobekli Tepe lies approximately 15 kilometre from the town of Sanliurfa in Southeast Turkey.

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Gobekli Tepe in Turkey is one of the most remarkable prehistoric sites in the world. It is so unusual that it has turned the archaeological world on its head. #GobekliTepe is actually a 12,000 year old temple complex, built by a hunter-gatherer culture (or perhaps by the first Stone Age farmers?) and they are the oldest temples in the world. Until this complex was discovered, it had been thought that temples had only been built by agrarian cultures. The complex has been on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 2018. Gobekli Tepe lies approximately 15 kilometre from the town of Sanliurfa in Southeast Turkey.

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Incredible place, and I will go back. 🤠

Excellent video Shows how to begin decoding Gobekli Tepe by Martin Sweatman, a scientist at the University of Edinburgh! youtu.be/_NcXR7iqVrY

the real name is PORTASAR Gobekli tepe is turkish name 12,000 years old temple complex was built in Armenian Highland we are proud of our culture and national heritage

So after careful review my conclusion is that it was not built then buried.. it is apparent that it was constructed in this fashion to lift tons of limestone.. then when pieces were set they would simply remove the dirt. I strongly believe this is how Stonehenge was created.. once all stones were placed the dirt was relocated into certain areas such as the mounds noted in the area.

That's incredible, how many others have we destroyed?

Wasn’t this site deliberately buried to persevere it from human kinds destruction?

Most in North America

Bonjour. Les connaissances d'aujourd'hui ne sont certainement pas les certitudes de demain.

3 months ago

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Interesting. When did those central pillars break, and why?

Curiouser and curiouser

4 months ago

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The T-shaped megaliths of Göbeklitepe are some of the first known ceremonial monuments in existence.

#Turkey #Sanliurfa #Gobeklitepe #IconicExperiences #2019YearofGobeklitepe
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The T-shaped megaliths of Göbeklitepe are some of the first known ceremonial monuments in existence.

#Turkey #Sanliurfa #Gobeklitepe #IconicExperiences #2019YearofGobeklitepe

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Incredible! Wish this was common knowledge and taught about in schools.

I have been there. Absoutely amazing!

Awesome

What have they done, turned it into an exhibition !

This photo is how is the site now??? 😳 or is a replica at the museum???? I don’t get it 🤔

Keep digging

Somebody PLEASE tell me that dating was done on the soil beneath those pillars before they were moved...

Bravo à ces humains, qui il y a 12000 ans étaient bien plus intelligent que certaines personnes le croient . 💪✌️😁

Dummerweise liegt der Ort in der Türkei! Dort reist niemand mehr hin, der noch Verstand hat! Danke an Erdogan!

4 months ago

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✔ instagram.com/gobekli.tepeJoin us at AlienCon to see your favorite experts from Ancient Aliens! Ancient astronaut theorists believe that the approximately 12,000-year-old Gobekli Tepe...
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Very interesting documentary, thanks!!

Experts..? Then I AM GOD. Hear MY WORDS and kneel before ME, you miserable weaklings!

Ancient Aliens is a false, over rated History channel programs that adds nothing to Gobekli Tepe! Aliens had NOTHING to do with this amazing site.

Ancient Aliens? Ancient Man could have taught them a thing or two. Just say'n.

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