2,900-year-old Urartian fortress to open doors to visitors in east Turkey
2,900-year-old Urartian fortress to open doors to visitors in east Turkey

2,900-year-old Urartian fortress to open doors to visitors in east Turkey

Tourists visiting eastern Turkey will now be able to stroll through the 2,900-year-old ruins of Altintepe Fortress, officials announced Thursday. Located in Erzincan province on the historical Silk Road, the fortress is one of the most important Urartu settlements and an important center of the Eastern Roman Empire, also known as the Byzantine Empire.

Haber Merkezi 15:19 November 19, 2020 AA

2,900-year-old Urartian fortress to open doors to visitors in east Turkey

Tourists visiting eastern Turkey will now be able to stroll through the 2,900-year-old ruins of Altintepe Fortress, officials announced Thursday. Located in Erzincan province on the historical Silk Road, the fortress is one of the most important Urartu settlements and an important center of the Eastern Roman Empire, also known as the Byzantine Empire. Tourists visiting eastern Turkey will now be able to stroll through the 2,900-year-old ruins of Altintepe Fortress, officials announced Thursday. Located in Erzincan province on the historical Silk Road, the fortress is one of the most important Urartu settlements and an important center of the Eastern Roman Empire, also known as the Byzantine Empire.
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