NEMRUT MOUNTAIN, KOMMAGENE KINGDOM, A VIEW ( Kommagene kingdom M.Ö. 162 - Between M.S.72 years and lived in Anatolia. ) Settlements in the ruins of Mount Nemrut summit of sacred sites and are not Antiochos Tumulus. Tumulus, 2150 meters high, crossing the Euphrates River is located on the hills and plains dominate

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Jacqueline B on October 26, 2009

Beautiful picture. It looks mysterious. Greetings, Jacqueline

TALAT DUMAN on October 26, 2009

Jacqueline

statue of a goddess of the night waiting in the dark,

Статуя богини ночи ожидания в темноте,

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Olga I. Yakovenko on October 27, 2009

Eagle! Very well, but I would like a little bit more info: where have you made this photo - a museum, excavations, something else? How is this preserved? I see, they are a little foggy, why? Was a fog there, or this is in some building? Olga

TALAT DUMAN on October 27, 2009

Olga Yakovenko,

Settlements in the ruins of Mount Nemrut summit of sacred sites and are not Antiochos Tumulus. Tumulus, 2150 meters high, crossing the Euphrates River is located on the hills and plains dominate.

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Antonio Cristerna on October 28, 2009

wow!!!, very ancient, excellent image..

TALAT DUMAN on October 28, 2009

Antonio Cristerna,

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girolamo fedele on October 31, 2009

Very mysterious scenery,I never stop whantering a can ancient people could do sache incredible work, Nice photo, best regards Girolamo...

TALAT DUMAN on October 31, 2009

FGirolamo,

Settlements in the ruins of Mount Nemrut summit of sacred sites and are not Antiochos Tumulus. Tumulus, 2150 meters high, crossing the Euphrates River is located on the hills and plains dominate.

Thank you very much, comment and your visit . so congratulations . greetings from Turkey......

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Zsuzsanna Bánfalvi on November 10, 2009

Beautiful photo, hatırlıyor BT A UZUN ZAMAN GEÇMİŞ, tarih, WONDERFUL SANAT İÇİN. NATUSKA Macaristan

TALAT DUMAN on November 10, 2009

Suzi Natusk…,

Thank you very much, comment and your visit . so congratulations .

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TALAT DUMAN on November 12, 2009

Aycan.

Thank you very much, Selamlar,

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Ivcho on November 13, 2009

Beautiful old architecture!!! Nice work!! Greetings from Bulgaria! Ivo

Michael Morenz on November 15, 2009

Is this a scan? Do you have more pictures from Nemrud Dag? I find ths very interesting. Regards, Michael

TALAT DUMAN on November 15, 2009

IVCHO,

Thank you very much, Selamlar,

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TALAT DUMAN on November 15, 2009

Michael Morenz,

hi Michael, thank you for comments. this picture is not a scan, Nemrut Mountain is a very formal, Regards,

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ૐ Õṃ ﻞễȵyᾷ on January 27, 2010

Yes, very picturesque, so old! Interestingly, what about the size of the head itself.

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