The capital of the Hittites, located in Bogazkale in the city of Corum, Hattusa is enlisted in the UNESCO World Heritage. Its first settlements dating back to 3000 BC, Hattusa was highly developed in arts and architecture.

The unique archeological findings include containers in the shape of bull head that are used in rituals, and cuneiform tablets. This culturally rich site also bears layers from the Hattian, Assyrian, Phrygian, Galatian, Roman and Byzantine eras.

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