Hattusa – Hittites capital

Hattusa - Hittites capital

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Mystery Type: Site
Mystery Name: Hattusa – Hittites capital
Latitude: 40.011369
Longitude: 34.620116
Country: Turkey
Place Name: Boğazkale, Çorum, Turkey
Approved: Yes

Hattusa was the capital city of the Hittites. Todays ruins are spread over the whole valley. Megalithic wall constructions and mixed creatures as gate keepers survived until today. The earliest settlement was dated back to 6000 BC. and it stays in direct connection with the mythology of the “Gods – as teachers from the heavens”, incl. the nearby sanctuary of Yazilikaya.

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Proven Facts: Megalithic walls
Type: City
Age Dating: > 6.000 BC
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Mystery Name Mystery Type
Nemrud Dag- strange Mountain top Site



Publication Publication Link
A.A.S. – Forschungsgesellschaft für Archäologie, Astronautik und SETI (German)

SAGENHAFTE ZEITEN, several publications http://sagenhaftezeiten.com/

Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hattusa

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This mystery has been reported by Lobcor on 05/07/2017

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