Nemrut, also known as Mount Nemrut is 2150 meters high mountain in eastern Anatolia. There are huge statues of Apollo, Fortuna, Zeus, Herakles and Antiochus I at the top of the mountain. This place was constructed by the Roman Antiochus I, king of the Commagene civilization in 62 BC. He lies under a tumulus, on this mountain.
Head of an eagle at dawn
Colossal head of Zeus
Commagene king Antiochus I
Zeus head between eagles heads
Colossal heads of Zeus and Commagene king Antiochus I
Head of Fortuna
Head of Apollo
Colossal head of an eagle
A stele in Nemrut
Sitting figures
Five steles at West Terrace

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