The historical areas in Şanlıurfa, a city of history and culture, home to many civilizations, turned white with snow.
The effective snowfall in Şanlıurfa has covered the necropolis of Balıklıgöl, which is called the only living aquarium in the world, Göbeklitepe with its 12 thousand-year history, Harran with its conical domed houses and Kızılkoyun.
The snowfall, which affected Şanlıurfa and its districts, continued at night. The historical areas of Şanlıurfa were covered with a white sheet. Postcard images were created on the Balıklıgöl plateau in Şanlıurfa, where snowfall continues.
Göbebklitepe, which sheds light on the history of humanity with its 12 thousand-year history, was covered with a white veil. With the snowfall that has taken the city under its influence for two days, the T-shaped obelisks in Göbeklitepe, which was built about 7 years before the Egyptian Pyramids and Stonehenge in England, were covered with snow.
The Harran district of Şanlıurfa, which has hosted many civilizations, was also covered with snow. The historical town of Harran, famous for its conical domed houses, amazed the audience with its snow landscape. After many years, postcard images were created in the district where snowfall was experienced.
Kızılkoyun Necropolis, which was illuminated by Şanlıurfa Metropolitan Municipality and brought to tourism, and which includes rock tombs, was covered with snow. The historical and touristic areas of Şanlıurfa were viewed from the air.