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The excavations, which are planned to be resumed in the 2300-year-old castle of Kurul

The excavations, which are planned to be resumed in the 2300-year-old castle of Kurul (Tour. Kurul), the first area of scientific excavations located in the Black Sea region, will eventually help to make the Horde a new center of tourism in the region.
The ancient settlement and the first degree excavation site, Kurul Castle is located on a high cliff in the town of Bayadı, 13 km from the center of the city Ordu.
The excavations here continued from 2010 to 2015. During this time, archaeologists managed to clear about 300 steps and find a lot of earthen roofs and ceramic objects. Laboratory examination showed that this settlement belongs to the 1–2 centuries BC. er
Professor Süleyman ŞŞenyurt, head of the faculty of archeology at the University of Gazi, said that they planned to resume excavations in the first week of June. According to him, the excavation will take at least another 10-15 years.
During the excavations, which have been going on since 2010, many historical artifacts were discovered in the castle and its surroundings of castles of France.
“We found a well-preserved door, coins, ceramics, busts of gods, which were used for religious and cultural purposes. As well as hundreds of charred heads, nails, metal weapons and knives, dagger handles, axes, anchors, cutters and looms.

” About 70 percent of the castle’s territory has been excavated. And it will very soon become a new tourist attraction in the region. The professor promised to speed up the excavation so that the Horde could become interesting for tourists as soon as possible.

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