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Nerik 08-2
Turkey

Sunday, late afternoon on the archaeological excavation of Oymaagac. Here the archaeologists hope to find Nerik, the religious center of the Hittite empire about 1600 BC. More panoramas at www.derPanoramafotograf.com

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Tags: archäologie; hethiter; archaeology; hittite
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