Three sites in Turkey added to UNESCO’s tentative list…

Ankara’s historic Beypazaro district on April 18 entered the tentative list of UNESCO with its thousands of years old history.
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Koramaz Valley in the central Anatolian province of Kayseri was added to the tentative list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Turkey April 14.

The valley, described by UNESCO as “an earthquake fracture which is 12 km long and sweeps from the east and to the west” is home to ancient underground structures, and tunnels that are thought to cover entire residential areas.

Diyarbakır’s ancient Zerzevan Castle added to UNESCO World Heritage list

Vecdi Erbay / DİYARBAKIR While the coronavirus has been taking lives every day and causing countries and cities to

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