ARCHAEOLOGY - ESKİŞEHİR <> Midas City - Yazılıkaya

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The picture with the title Yapildak-Asar Kaya Felsengräber was taken by the photographer maschuehle on 23 August 2012 and published over Panoramio. Yapildak-Asar Kaya Felsengräber is next to Yapıldak and is located in Eskişehir, Turkey. You can see the original site of the image here.

The picture with the title Yapildak-Asar Kaya Felsengräber was taken by the photographer maschuehle on 23 August 2012 and published over Panoramio. Yapildak-Asar Kaya Felsengräber is next to Yapıldak and is located in Eskişehir, Turkey. You can see the original site of the image here.

Phrygian Valley - A monumental rock-cut tomb carved to resemble a temple facade is located a mere 4 Km from the "City of Midas". This is likely the result of a phrygian portal monument turned into a monumental tomb in hellenistic or early Roman times - (Photo by Author)

Phrygian Valley - A monumental rock-cut tomb carved to resemble a temple facade is located a mere 4 Km from the "City of Midas". This is likely the result of a phrygian portal monument turned into a monumental tomb in hellenistic or early Roman times - (Photo by Author)

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Midas City Great MonumentEskişehir - 7th century B.C.  Situated at 90 km. from Eskişehir, the Yazılıkaya -Midas City established during the 7th century B. C.. It is famous for its Great Monument which is an important masterpiece of the Phrygian Period. The monument is covered with miscellaneous geometric designs and hieroglyphics. During the Phrygians Period religious ceremonies used to be held here.

Midas City Great MonumentEskişehir - 7th century B.C. Situated at 90 km. from Eskişehir, the Yazılıkaya -Midas City established during the 7th century B. C.. It is famous for its Great Monument which is an important masterpiece of the Phrygian Period. The monument is covered with miscellaneous geometric designs and hieroglyphics. During the Phrygians Period religious ceremonies used to be held here.

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Midas City Great Monument  Eskişehir - 7th century B.C.  Situated at 90 km. from Eskişehir, the Yazılıkaya -Midas City established during the 7th century B. C.. It is famous for its Great Monument which is an important masterpiece of the Phrygian Period. The monument is covered with miscellaneous geometric designs and hieroglyphics. During the Phrygians Period religious ceremonies used to be held here.

Midas City Great Monument Eskişehir - 7th century B.C. Situated at 90 km. from Eskişehir, the Yazılıkaya -Midas City established during the 7th century B. C.. It is famous for its Great Monument which is an important masterpiece of the Phrygian Period. The monument is covered with miscellaneous geometric designs and hieroglyphics. During the Phrygians Period religious ceremonies used to be held here.

Phrygian Valley - located close to Aslantas rock tomb, these giant collapsed stones are the sole remains of a vast rock-cut santuary as if destroyed by some kind of cataclysm or sudden catastrophe

Phrygian Valley - located close to Aslantas rock tomb, these giant collapsed stones are the sole remains of a vast rock-cut santuary as if destroyed by some kind of cataclysm or sudden catastrophe

Phrygian Valley - One of several rock-cut chambers and passageways located in the valley. This window-shaped structure is likely the result of erosion over some rocl-cut structure. One wonders at how many thousands of year were necessary to completely erode away all the rest of this structure - (Photo by Author)

Phrygian Valley - One of several rock-cut chambers and passageways located in the valley. This window-shaped structure is likely the result of erosion over some rocl-cut structure. One wonders at how many thousands of year were necessary to completely erode away all the rest of this structure - (Photo by Author)

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