Catalhoyuk Introduces State-of-the-art Visitor Centre
Centrally located within Turkiye, Catalhoyuk, a renowned Neolithic excavation site, invites visitors to step back in time and uncover an urban settlement whose discovery has reshaped historical understanding.
By: Turkish Tourism
Catalhoyuk's importance lies in its age and the remarkable preservation of its cultural and societal structures, providing invaluable insights into the evolution of human society, social organisation, and cultural practices. The settlement's highly advanced design – with houses built in clusters, sharing walls, and accessed through roof openings – demonstrates a sophisticated understanding of urban planning and sustainable living, making it a site of significant academic and historical importance.
As part of its ongoing commitment to preserving cultural heritage, Turkiye has inaugurated a state-of-the-
Located within the archaeological site, the Catalhoyuk Information and Visitor Centre is a symbolic portal into a world brimming with archaeological wonders and cultural relevance. The centre, encompassing 28,500 sqm in a Special Project Area under the Conservation-
This collaborative project, supported by the Konya Metropolitan Municipality, the Mevlana Development Agency, and the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, symbolises Türkiye's commitment to safeguarding and sharing Catalhoyuk's legacy sustainably. The centre offers a comprehensive and immersive experience for visitors keen to unravel the mysteries of this ancient civilisation, demonstrating how sustainability and heritage preservation can successfully intersect.
Turkiye's Largest Wooden Public Building
Turkiye is proud to present the Catalhoyuk Information and Visitor Centre, a unique interactive space encompassing 4,500 m² of indoor exhibition space. The Centre offers a comprehensive understanding of Catalhoyuk and its surroundings, excavation sites, and the themes of life and death during the Neolithic era. With state-of-the-
The centre's architectural design is unique, constructed entirely of wood, apart from the roof, making it Turkiye's most significant wooden public investment. The Centre is designed to satisfy visitors' historical and archaeological interests while catering to their social needs.
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