Mount Nemrut is a high mountain in southeastern Turkey, notable for the summit where a number of large statues are erected around what is assumed to be a royal tomb from the century BC. It is referred to as the pantheon of the Armenian gods.
Myra (Demre), Antalya, Turkey Lycian tombs with square columns carved into limestone cliffs during the fourth century B. They rest on the cliff above a well-preserved Roman theater with a double-vaulted corridor.
Church Ruins in Goreme (Göreme), Turkey: The rock cut ruins of a church by persecuted Christians. In the century small anchorite communities began to form in the region, acting on instruction of Saint Basil of Caesarea. They carved cells in the soft rock.