Şanlıurfa in the southeastern part of Turkey, gastronomic cuisine, museums with rich collections are nearly, a touristic treasure with its well-established traditions. There are sights to see all over the historic city, which opens its inviting doors to local and foreign travellers to the fullest. In this context, the Throne of Nemrut, 10 km from the center of Sanliurfa, is among the striking locations. It is rumored that King Nemrut, famous for his cruelty, uses it as a resting place for the hot summer months; The Throne of Nemrut, which few of it have left today. Interestingly the most brutal ruler of his era, ironically, died because of a fly which goes into his nose. The Throne of Nemrut, which is estimated to have been built in the 2nd or 3rd century and also known as the Jinn Grinder, is located in Eyyubiye district. Eyyubiye is home to thousands of historical buildings, one of the prominent tourist districts of Sanliurfa. Offering a fairytale atmosphere which is the subject of folk songs and books, the structure is more easily accessible than in the past with public investments in transportation and regulation. The Throne of Nemrut, which as stone blocks on a high hill, is one of the city's intriguing historical values.
Urfaya gelipte buraya gelmemek olmaz tabii.
Harika bir yer taşlar üzerinde motifler bulunuyor. Dağın tepasinde şiddetli bir rüzgar var.
Urfaya 10 km uzaklıkta bulunuyor tarihi öneme sahip gerilip görmenizi tavsiye ederim.