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Gaziantep Museum of Archaelogy

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Gaziantep Museum of Archaelogy

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Incilipinar Mah. Sehitkamil, 100. Yil Ataturk Kultur Parki, Gaziantep 27090 Turkey
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Treasures Of Ancient Turkey Tour 14 Days Small Group
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Treasures Of Ancient Turkey Tour 14 Days Small Group

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Turkey hosts so many archeological and historical sites that are considered as hidden treasures of the ancient world. The country is located on two continents (Europe &amp; Asia) and within the border of Fertile Crescent. Many settlements of great civilizations, empires and kingdoms of human history are existing side by side. When you travel within Turkey you may amaze to see diverse historical, archeological and cultural heritage of the country.The oldest temple complex of human civilization was recently discovered in the Southeast of Turkey, the Gobeklitepe, which has more than 12000 years old religious structures. In this tour you will visit unique monuments and places of the Turkey.<br> • 14 Days Tour Includes 9 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.&#xa0; <br> • Small group up to 12 people.&#xa0; <br> • Domestic flight and all airport transfers are included. <br> • English speaking professional experience tour guide.
$2,990.00 per adult
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Tug O wrote a review Mar 2020
London, United Kingdom133 contributions102 helpful votes
Another great treasure of this wonderful city of Gaziantep. It seems to be unmissable. You really have to see this to appreciate it
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Date of experience: February 2020
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fidgettyphil wrote a review Jul 2019
Ayvalik, Turkey148 contributions28 helpful votes
This museum does not get as much attention as the Zeugma mosaic museum but is also well worth a visit. The displays are excellent and informative with information in both Turkish and English and include material from several different tells and other sites, including Carchemish. It is one of the best museums I've seen in Turkey.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Ehsan Yazdani wrote a review Mar 2019
Karaj, Iran21 contributions11 helpful votes
It is a very rich museum with objects dating back to stone age. It is near the Antep castle which makes it really easy to visit them within few hours. The entrance is 10 TL and it worth paying. Definitely recommended. Since it is within walking range of Necdet kebap, a good meal is always available with 10 minutes of walk.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Can Boyacioglu wrote a review Feb 2019
London, United Kingdom4 contributions2 helpful votes
Museum is a bit outside of the center. However, not that far away either. And the mosaics are amazing. Unfortunately even though there are many historical places in Turkey, not many good museums to show them. However, this one is different. I can easily say that this is one of the best museums in Turkey. You should definitely see the place. Hopefully next time i'll try to find some time to visit where these beautiful mosaics are found, too.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Ashbar85 wrote a review Nov 2018
Birmingham, United Kingdom20 contributions7 helpful votes
Really enjoyed this. Very cheap only 6 lire and very educational and informative. I learnt a lot about the history of this area.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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