Göbeklitepe Reopened After Earthquakes
GöbeklitepeRuins in Şanlıurfa, which was closed to visitors for precautionary purposes after the earthquakes in Kahramanmaraş, started to host its guests again.
Müslüm Çoban, Secretary General of Şanlıurfa Regional Tourist Guides Chamber, emphasized that Göbeklitepe is one of the tourism locomotives of the region and stated that every sector is doing its best to return life to normal gradually.
Emphasizing thatGöbeklitepe survived the earthquake undamaged, Çoban said, “As of today, Göbeklitepein Şanlıurfa has been opened to visitors. Many visitors to the city wanted to go to Göbeklitepe in the previous days and weeks. Especially after the earthquake, we had guests who wanted to see Göbeklitepeafter they came to the region and distributed their aid, but it was not opened. .As of April 3, Göbeklitepehas been opened and there is a high demand forGobeklitepe for both Eid and Eid visits. For Ramadan and the following days.”
INVITATION FROM BRITISH TOURIST TO GÖBEKLITEPE
British tourist Jems Askar, who visited Gobeklitepe for the first time, stated that he was amazed by the ruins he visited for the first time, adding, “Many museums and most places are closed in this region. Turkey and Syria are very good news, please come and visit.” .
British archaeologist Rozana Amatec, emphasizing the importance of Gobeklitepe in terms of world history, said, “Gobeklitepe is of great archaeological importance. It was very good for us that it was opened after the earthquake. Everyone should come and see this place.”
Turkish doctor Arbel Öztürk stated that he came to Gobeklitepe for the third time and said, “I feel that my soul is resting here. We are very happy that this place has survived. We had a hard time talking. There was an earthquake and flood, but this place was opened today.”