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Most Amazing Ancient Ruins in the World

The starting date or location of the history is not definite. However, after the first people, the places where people who learn to build and process the stone are known.

Friday, May 1, 2020
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Most Amazing Ancient Ruins in the World

Most Amazing Ancient Ruins in the World

TRAVEL - EDITORIAL

by Nil Tarhan

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We see the ruins from ancient times in different designs around the world. Some have a 2000-year history, while others are not even clear. However, regardless of the date of these works in the regions where they remain until today, significant civilizations lived.

South America, Southern Europe, England, the Far East, and Anatolia have hosted many civilizations throughout history. Some of the legacies of these civilizations are still standing today. Each one is the cultural heritage of human life. It is not possible to be amazed at the story of what people have accomplished and how they have achieved each time we see each other.

Seeing all of these amazing works of past civilizations may not fit a person's life. Still, today, technology can help us a little bit. Of course, it is a different and unique experience to go and see, enjoy that moment and smell it. However, even if we cannot go, it is also a pleasure to read something about these works and to see their paintings.

Let's take a look at the masterpieces of our past all over the world.

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Most Amazing Ancient Ruins in the World

Göbekli Tepe, Turkey


Most Amazing Ancient Ruins in the World - Göbekli Tepe
Most Amazing Ancient Ruins in the World - Göbekli Tepe

Göbeklitepe is located near the town of Sanliurfa in Turkey. It is the oldest religious worship site in history. In the area of ​​the temple ruins dating back to the 10,000s BC, remains were found that people had come to this area and participated in long-term religious ceremonies before the transition to the settled order. These remnants, too, are estimated to be based on religious rather than economic reasons for these hunter-gatherers in terms of transition to established settlements. Göbeklitepe is the historical finding that has reached the most important data about the transition of the history of humanity to the established order.

Machu Picchu, Peru


Most Amazing Ancient Ruins in the World - Machu Picchu
Most Amazing Ancient Ruins in the World - Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu is an Inca fortress located in South America at an altitude of 2,430 meters above sea level on the Andes. Located within the borders of Peru, Machu Picchu is located in the Urubamba River valley. The most exciting feature is the stone walls built without using any mortar material. In addition, its panoramic view and astronomical shape have made Machu Picchu one of the world's most interesting visiting destinations for travelers. The exact former use purpose of the area, which was built in the 15th century and abandoned in the 16th century, remains a mystery.

Stonehenge, England


Most Amazing Ancient Ruins in the World - Stonehenge
Most Amazing Ancient Ruins in the World - Stonehenge

Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument in Wiltshire, England. It is a circular complex consisting of stones of 4m height, 2m width and each weighing 25 tons. This work, thought to be from the Neolithic and Bronze Age, is located in an area with hundreds of tombs. The work, believed to be built between 3000 BC and 2000 BC, is one of England's most tourist-attraction and most important historical monuments. It is a region that has been taken under protection since the first day of its protection laws in England. Stonehenge belongs to the British royal and belongs to the British treasure in the surrounding land. It is believed that primitive societies were used as a place of worship, although exactly what type of worship or tomb was used as Stonehenge or whether its real purpose of construction is unknown.

Chichen Itza, Mexico


Most Amazing Ancient Ruins in the World - Chichen Itza
Most Amazing Ancient Ruins in the World - Chichen Itza

Tikal, Guatemala


Most Amazing Ancient Ruins in the World - Tikal
Most Amazing Ancient Ruins in the World - Tikal

Parthenon, Greece


Most Amazing Ancient Ruins in the World - Parthenon
Most Amazing Ancient Ruins in the World - Parthenon

Ephesus, Turkey


Most Amazing Ancient Ruins in the World - Ephesus
Most Amazing Ancient Ruins in the World - Ephesus

Pyramids of Giza, Egypt


Most Amazing Ancient Ruins in the World - Pyramids of Giza
Most Amazing Ancient Ruins in the World - Pyramids of Giza

Borobudur Temple, Indonesia


Most Amazing Ancient Ruins in the World - Borobudur Temple
Most Amazing Ancient Ruins in the World - Borobudur Temple

Petra, Jordan


Most Amazing Ancient Ruins in the World - Petra
Most Amazing Ancient Ruins in the World - Petra