Göbekli Tepe, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO

Göbekli Tepe, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO

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The placeGöbekli Tepe, in Turkey, has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, in a decision that has been taken yesterday in Bahrain, where the World Heritage Committee is meeting until next July 4.

This decision has finally been made in 2018, despite the fact that the site has been registered on the UNESCO tentative list since 2011.

Located in the southeastern province of Sanliurfa, Göbekli Tepe It is considered "one of the oldest megalithic structures in the world in Upper Mesopotamia" and dates back 11 thousand years.

With the inclusion of Gobekli Tepe, the number of cultural heritage sites in Turkey added to the UNESCO World Heritage List rises to 18.

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