Catalhoyuk, Turkey - Scenic Beauty


Catalhoyuk is one of the most imperative settlements as this place is believed to hold the ruins of a Neolithic (New Stone Age) hamlet and is supposed to be amid the world's oldest human communities. Catalhoyuk is believed to have existed from roughly about 7500 BC to 5700 BC and was a very huge Neolithic and Chalcolithic settlement in southern Anatolia. It is said to be the biggest and best-conserved Neolithic situate found to date and is acknowledged to be the World Heritage Site. Substantiations of cultivation found has revealed that grains, seeds and nuts were widely cultivated and animal husbandry was almost certainly practiced, nevertheless, hunting was still the chief source of food. 


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