Mysteries of History
The mysteries of history and the lesser-known historical secrets as narrated by Prof. Dr. Hikmet Kırık.
The Pre-Pottery Neolithic worship site of Göbeklitepe in Türkiye, dubbed as the zero point of history, harbors some of the most enigmatic symbols and figurines yet to be riddled.
Built 1500 years go, Hagia Sophia in Istanbul harbors many architectural wonders and mysteries.
The Underground City of Derinkuyu
The largest underground city in Türkiye, Derinkuyu has mind-boggling enigmas hidden in its depths.
The Grand Architect: Mimar Sinan
The enigmatic genius of the greatest architect of the Ottoman Empire by way of his great works throughout the empire.
Piri Reis' Enigmatic Mappa Mundi
The world map that challenges its time's conventions and extant knowledge by the Turkish cartographer Piri Reis is riddled with mysteries.
Troy: Myth or Fact?
Did the ancient city of Troy in Northwestern Türkiye really exist or is the epic Battle of Troy just a legend imagined by Homer?
One of the greatest ancient empires in ancient Türkiye, the Hittites left us so many questions that still riddle our minds.
Built 9400 years ago, the ancient city of Çatalhöyük in Central Türkiye is the very first city-like settlement in the world.
The Gordion Knot and King Midas with the Ears of a Donkey are only the two enigmas left by the ancient people of Phrygia in ancient Türkiye.
The Grand Hippodrome of Istanbul
Built 1700 years ago in today's Sultanahmet Square of Istanbul, the Grand Hippodrome still harbors baffling secrets.