What was the first held at the site with the name “bulbous hill” – the Mines or the Pray? The question is, since the German archaeologist Klaus Schmidt of the 1990s, on the Göbekli Tepe in Southeast Anatolia, mysterious stone age Remains free circular plants: giant T-shaped pillars up to six meters high and 16 tons in weight. Pretty much agree with the scientists that it is the world’s oldest known temple complexes. In front of 11.600 years on the Göbekli Tepe, religious festivals were celebrated.
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