There are some places in the world where today’s people are not even likely to live far away. But evidence of human habitation has been found hundreds of years ago.
It has been turned into a tourist destination with evidence of human habitation, even in the most difficult and dangerous places. Today we are going to talk about some of these unique places:
Cappadocia, located in the ancient province of Anatolia, Turkey, is considered to be one of the oldest human settlements.
Observation of this place also gives information about the human development process. Where it is the oldest province of the Persian Empire according to the records of the sixth century BC. The site is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
2. Al Hajrah
Haraj is a walled city in the highest part of the mountains of Yemen. Where people are less likely to reach nowadays. But this place used to be inhabited by people.
Also known as Al-Hajrah. Based on official evidence, it is believed to date back to the 12th century.
3. Ponte Vecia
One of the most memorable bridges in the Italian city of Firende is the Ponte Vecchio, or Old Bridge. This bridge is located on the Arno River.
The bridge was built in 1345. But after a while, people started building houses and shops on this bridge.
4. Rasanou Monastery Monastery
The Rasanou Monastery Monastery was built for the second time in 1545 on a steep hillside in the Thessalonica region of Greece.
At the time, it was built by two brothers, Maximos and Loasfe. It included a church, a guest room, a reception hall, and a display hall.
In 1800, a wooden bridge was built on the way to it, making it easy to reach.
5. Sea Land
No country has the right to the part of the sea that is its own. But the secret of Sea Fort is unique.
Some have called it the smallest state in the world. Sea Fort, built in Sealand, is 13 kilometers from Great Britain Island.
Earlier, this land had its own passport and currency.