Kanligecit Excavation Area

Aşağıpınar Kanlıgeçit mound mound 300 m Located in a historical place to another. Lower spring losing the importance of the settlement began in this region have been identified in another. BC These settlements dating to 3600, Aşağıpınar  placements as well as the similarities between Anatolia and the Balkans are a feature of the different historical chronology. We see this settlement wood and branch structures. The findings of the historical places as a result of the excavations are exhibited in the museum of Kirklareli. In addition, findings obtained from the region, carries out excavations in the region since 1993, the head of the excavation of Prehistory Department of Istanbul University Faculty of Arts Prof. Dr. View Özdoğan initiatives and animated presentation, the concept of an open-air gallery was opened to visitors.

Copyright: Yavuz Sevimli Panoramikistanbul.Com
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Taken: 15/09/2010
Uploaded: 19/10/2010
Updated: 06/03/2015


Tags: excavation; historical; architectural; cultural
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