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Asikli Hoyuk

Kizilkaya village, Aksaray, Turkey
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Respect our Ancestors

This historical attraction is on the way from Ihlara Valley to Aksaray. You need to drive into... read more

Reviewed 1 October 2017
Feza K
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Ankara, Turkey
Just off the Highway, worth a visit

Not widely advertised, just off the Derinkuyu to Konya road. There is a very interesting mockup of... read more

Reviewed 15 August 2016
Margot P
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Coffs Harbour, Australia
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1 Oct 2017
“Respect our Ancestors”
14 Aug 2016
“Just off the Highway, worth a visit”
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Kizilkaya village, Aksaray, Turkey
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Reviewed 1 October 2017

This historical attraction is on the way from Ihlara Valley to Aksaray. You need to drive into Kizilkaya Village first than take a sharp right turn over the river to reach this place. It is a 10.000 year old (Yes: ten thousand year old) human...More

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Reviewed 15 August 2016

Not widely advertised, just off the Derinkuyu to Konya road. There is a very interesting mockup of a village as humans lived in way back archaeological times. However the mockup is only a reflection of the village that is currently being excavated. You can walk...More

Thank Margot P
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Reviewed 16 August 2015

This site is not well known, yet it is very significant and will interest all who have interest in Catalhoyuk and the beginning of community based society. Occupied 1000 years before Catalhohuk, archaeologists are still digging to understand how inhabitants transitioned from a hunter-gatherer society...More

Thank cormy
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