Yeni Merhaba Hotel

Keykubat Cad Alanya, Kahta, Adiyaman, Turkey | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kahta

Rocks, Heads & a Pregnancy Tree - Our Tour

A travel blog entry by marybc

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... light and by the story of poor Antiochus, the reason for the tumbled rock heads. Antiochus saw himself as a propagation of happiness and salvation.....tough job to keep up. When he died, 38BC, he decided to have his remains placed at the top of the highest mountain in the area and to have images carved out of rock to mark the spot. These huge images were of himself, a couple of eagles and lions as well as a few gods. Really quite ...

Bush Camp #4 Nemrut Dagi

A travel blog entry by free_range_hen

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... I have edited Bush camp #1-#3. It is clearly indicated as below, and of course you will find it at the bottom of the blog. Toilet - The Cliff Hanger In mountainous areas there is little shelter or many places to wonder off. The answer is to scale down the side a little. Loose rocks can help bury ones business so digging required, and the views can be breath taking, even though the position can be a little ...

Disaster. No entry up this dark bumpy passage

A travel blog entry by 2legs2wheels

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... as the Mt suggests, and in 62BC King Antiochus had a tomb sanctuary to himself built on the very peak. Unfortunately, I had clearly not been praying to him or any of the other Greek, Armenian or Iranian Gods that were enshrined along with the King. And by Zeus was I going to pay for that.


I rounded a bend and came across a barrier baring my path. To my right was a stone guard house from which appeared 2 extremely confused and startled ...

A LONG CLIMB TO A MEETING WITH VANITY

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels

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... by 1713. Took a 400m stroll to see the Helios relief, the tomb of King Mithridates Kallinikos and a relief of Antiochus shaking hands with Hercules. The longest ancient Greek inscription is nearby. Making jokes with the Canberra Crowd about Antiochus liking Hercules' big stick.

Left at 1749 for the long climb to Nemrut Daj. We were leading a convoy of 7 vans. The road was very windy. Some snow was near the road. At the parking area at 1826, faced ...

Towards Mt Nemrut

A travel blog entry by chagger1

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... across the hillside amongst the wildflowers to various stelae & Greek inscriptions. Further on a great carved stone relief of Mithridates I shaking hands with the god Heracles. Before returning to the bus we took a detour to a large stele - on its opposite face it had a wonderful depiction of Mithras (or Apollo) the sun god wearing a cap with sunrays radiating out.
A fabulous 16km climb took us to the summit carpark. From here ...

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