This is a tomb where the giant statues of gods, kings and some creatures look down on people.
In the 1st century BC, Antiochus I was the leader of the Commagene Kingdom.
When he died in 34 BC, he was buried in the piles of stones on the windy hill of Mount Nemrut overlooking the Euphrates.
He reigned on the slopes of Mount Nemrut at a height of 2150 meters in Kahta District of Adıyaman.
to show the gratitude of Antiochus I, the King of Commagene, to the gods and their ancestors
Hellenistic Period with its monumental statues and unique landscape.
It is one of the most magnificent ruins. Monumental sculptures are spread to the east, west and north terraces.
The eastern terrace is the sacred center and therefore the most important statues and architectural remains are found here.
The well preserved giant statues are made of limestone blocks and are 8-10 meters high.
The tomb of the king has yet to be discovered, although its existence is known.
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