Turkey’s majestic Mount Nemrut continues to attract thousands of tourists, who hope to experience its breathtaking sunrises and sunsets.
The mountain, located in the Kahta district of southeastern Turkey’s Adıyaman, has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site owing to its rich history. Its peak can be reached after a challenging 800-meter trek which takes around 40 minutes. It attracts tourists from around the world with its 50-meter high and 150-meter wide temple tombs.
Larger-than-life statues of Greek and Persian gods dot the landscape. A…