The Tombstones of Ahlat the Urartian and Ottoman citadel
The Tombstones of Ahlat the Urartian and Ottoman citadel

Various types of carvings and embossed works are found on the 8,200 tombstones at the Seljuk Square Cemetery.

The Tombstones of Ahlat the Urartian and Ottoman citadel

The Tombstones of Ahlat the Urartian and Ottoman citadel in Bitlis, Turkey is listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Tentative List as it is the biggest Turkish-Islamic cemetery. Various types of carvings and embossed works are found on the 8,200 tombstones at the Seljuk Square Cemetery.

Haber Merkezi 15:36 July 21, 2018 Yeni Şafak

The Tombstones of Ahlat the Urartian and Ottoman citadel

The Tombstones of Ahlat the Urartian and Ottoman citadel in Bitlis, Turkey is listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Tentative List as it is the biggest Turkish-Islamic cemetery. Various types of carvings and embossed works are found on the 8,200 tombstones at the Seljuk Square Cemetery. The Tombstones of Ahlat the Urartian and Ottoman citadel in Bitlis, Turkey is listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Tentative List as it is the biggest Turkish-Islamic cemetery. Various types of carvings and embossed works are found on the 8,200 tombstones at the Seljuk Square Cemetery. Various types of carvings and embossed works are found on the 8,200 tombstones at the Seljuk Square Cemetery.
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