Göbeklitepe was inscribed to UNESCO's World Heritage List in 2018. Located in the Germuş mountains of south-eastern Anatolia, UNESCO World Heritage List site presents monumental circular and rectangular megalithic structures, interpreted as enclosures, which were erected by hunter-gatherers in the Pre-Pottery Neolithic age between 9,600 and 8,200 BC.
A series of important tombs were discovered in Alacahöyük, one of the first exeavation sites in Turkish archaeology. The tombs of the lords of Hatti who ruled Alacahöyük and its vicinity before the Hittite rule in the region attract attention with a wealth of metal finds.
The tumulus built in Adıyaman on the Nemrut Mountain is one of the most important monuments of Turkey. One of the peaks of the mountain was levelled by Anthiokhos I, king of Commagene, and the sepulchre was placed there. On this was placed rocks as large as fists, and the tumulus hill with a diameter of145 metres was formed.