Historical and Touristic Places of Hakkari

Seyahat Rehberi

Seyahat Rehberi

Alpine meadows with high waterfalls, colorful herbs and flowers, high peaks covered with evergreens, mountainous water, cool hunting with winter cold water springs that are herbaceous in summer and sheep and lambs, winter in high mountains, deep valleys, icebergs and peaks, Sports, nature trekking and rafting.

YAYLA TOURISM: Berçelan highland and surrounding areas, skiing, hiking opportunities, has a beautiful field of flora. Bercelan plateau is a place where local people live with traditional black tents, such as other highlands, where local people migrate to graze their summer animals and evaluate their products. Hakkari is located 18 km away. The Seyithan glacier, which is located near the plateau, adds a distinctive feature and beauty to the surrounding area. Land fights can be made easily in the area where suitable areas for mountaineering and skiing are located. The Golan Plateau located to the west of Berçelan Plateau is the most important ski center in the region. Golan highland is reached by 15 km road. The Cilo-Sat mountains are the most important parts of Turkey in terms of mountain climbing sports, as well as the features of other springs. It has remarkable beauty with its constant snowy hills, crater lakes and the habit of nature. The Cilo-Sat mountains are 37 km away from Hakkari.

MOUNTAIN TOURISM: Due to its natural structure Hakkari carries the potential of being the most important region of Turkey in terms of winter sports and mountaineering. Even if the lack of publicity and facilities are eliminated, there will be a demand from domestic tourism as well as from foreign tourism. Montenegro in the north-western part of Hakkari, Cilo Buzul mountains in the central part and Sat mountains in the south are the most important regions for mountain tourism. The crater (glacier lake) lakes in these mountains are also a separate attraction. The best time for summer trips and climbing in the Cilo and Sat mountains is between the beginning of June and the end of September. The best months for winter climbing are February and March. There is a danger of avalanche falling in other months. Museum and Ruins Places Kaya Paintings There are thousands of rock paintings sculpted on rocks in the Gevaruk and Tirshin Plateaus located to the west of Hakkâri. Similar to these rich paintings, which are almost open air museums and spread over a very wide area, there are about 4,000 paintings on rocks in Azerbaijan in the east and hundreds of rock paintings on rocks in Palestine in the south. The rock-top paintings on the Gevaruk and Tirşin springs are approximately BC. It dates from 6,000 to 1,000 years. However, it is understood that most of these paintings are also drawn in later periods. The vast majority of the depictions here are stylized. On the other hand, they give important information about the rich game animals that live in the region during that period, which can not be underestimated. Most of the paintings have mountain stones, bison and various game animals and trap staging, magic motifs, stylized shapes. Coach Statue The ram statue located in the district center of Yüksekova has similar figures on the sides of the motifs of the Gevaruk rock paintings. In the statue in the form of a quadruple mass, the head and feet are processed as protrusions. The front and hind legs are separated from each other only by a slit, and the horns are round and o. On one side of the work was a wacky man with a wandering coach, and behind him were drawn four men, three rams, a wedge and a weapon holding round objects in their hands. A similar ram sculpture is 5 km from Yüksekova. It was found in the village of Gagevran in the southwest. The statue is believed to have been dislodged from the Nasturi church in the region. There is a relief section on the upper surface of the artifact to show that it is a piece of an architectural whole. Dirheler (Dev Houses) Located on the Tirþin Plateau in the district of Yüksekova, these three houses are gigantic structures carved on rocks, in close proximity, on the road, which can protect each other. It is believed that the Dirhees are small defense masses built to protect the cloisters against the Assyrian attacks or to protect the expeditions and the highlands. Hakkâri Kaledibi Finds (Hakkari Stelleri) During the foundation excavations in Kaledibi, historical monuments were found. As a result of the investigations and excavations, 13 steles (tombstones) with human figures were found in Kaledibi. The upper part of the figurative stones, which have a pointed structure with narrowing towards the wide alta, are roughly trimmed with the edges of the sides partially trimmed and roughly shaved. The front face was completely smoothed and then filled with figures embroidered with low embossing or scraping techniques.

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