Metal roof for archeological excavation site in Turkey

Canopy Roof 2 for site Göbekli Tepe Sanliurfa / Turkey / 2017

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Göbekli Tepe (translation: rounded hill in Turkish,) is an archaeological site, located about 18 km northeast of the city of Sanliurfa in Turkey, near the border with Syria, dating back to the beginning of the Neolithic, or at the end of the Mesolithic.


It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and described as "the zero point of history"


The oldest example of a stone temple was found there: it began around 9500 BC


In order to protect the archeological for the site n.2 was built a 2400m2 canopy roof from BEMO with the color of the surrounding desert environment to decrease the visual impact.


Colour type Alu Natur HDP Gold TL from Euramax.


Canopy roof BEMO Type N65/500 and N65 Tapered with anti-condensation layer in the back side


Publisher: Eska Metal

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    Göbekli Tepe (translation: rounded hill in Turkish,) is an archaeological site, located about 18 km northeast of the city of Sanliurfa in Turkey, near the border with Syria, dating back to the beginning of the Neolithic, or at the end of the Mesolithic. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and described as "the zero point of history" The oldest example of a stone temple was found there: it began around 9500 BC In order to protect the archeological for the site n.2 was built a 2400m2...

    Project details
    • Year 2017
    • Work started in 2015
    • Work finished in 2017
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Museums / Monuments
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