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... op and to wade in the river where we are met by a bunch of local boys taking a reprieve from the heat. Our guide has given us 40 minutes to explore which is a little excessive so after thoroughly perusing we stop at the tea shop on the other side of the bridge for a drink. Only in Turkey could I be given an offer like this... So the owner says- “you like Turkey?” “Of course”, I respond, it's been a godsend after the stress of ...
... located near the tomb, too. The appearance of fire altars in ancient art is usually interpreted as a sign of Persian influence, but they can be somewhat elusive and difficult to identify because they're not very well understood. The strong possibility of the existence of a fire altar here is part of what makes the site really intriguing, as well as the fact that the tomb has never been opened (i.e., robbed), so whatever riches and wealth this king was buried ...
... ancient walls surrounding the city notwithstanding).
Very happy with our stopover in Diyarbakir, we hit the road again. We had read that the ferry we intended to take only embarked at certain times, so we were somewhat rushed in our visit. We would have loved to spend more time in the city, as it really was a great place with a lot of intriguing history and culture behind it, but it was time to make our way to that other great "cradle ...
... ever discovered. The carvings were crisp and the organization of the temple was very advanced. For hundreds of years (perhaps more) women from the village have come to a tree near the area to pray for a good pregnancy or to become pregnant. When excavation of the site reached the tree they discovered a carved rock with the picture of a woman giving birth. Strange that the people felt such power and there was absolutely no knowledge of the ...
... lunch we visited a bottle shop and bought some red wine to take up to Mt Nemrut to drink as we watched the sunset.
We checked into our Hotel Zeus and got sorted for our late afternoon adventure. Cameras , jumpers & our wine were the call of the day. We had to use two small buses to get up there as the roads are too narrow. We stopped at a few places along the way. The first being a Mountain which is the burial ...