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Tell Halaf ( Gozanz )

located 105 km west of Qamishlo it›s one of most important sites during the Chalcolithic period , also it›s the oldest area in the human cultural history , and it›s the first agricultural ancient villages in the northern of Mesopotamia , the mound in a good situation except of some discordant buildings . the site had discovered in 1899 by ... Read More »

Ain Diwar bridge

Located 86 km east of Qamishlo city it was built in 1164 by Jamal Al Din Al Esfahani ( Seljuk – Ayyubid period ) and it is one of a rare archaeological monuments in northeast of Syria Where recently commandeered and drowned with water by the Turkish state during changing the course of Tigris River . Read More »

Tell Chagerbazar ( Ashnkum )

located 36 km southwest of Qamishlo city it›s one important sites during early and middle bronze age , the beginnings of settlement belong to eighth millennium B.C , the site in a good condition exception of the Excavations have been affected by weather factors also stealing some of mission house contents and the others have been moved to the authority ... Read More »

Tell Mozan ( Orkesh )

located 20 km west of Qamishlo city it›s one of the biggest archaeological sites in the third millennium B.C , the beginnings of settlement in the site Return to sixth millennium B.C .. the site in good condition . The first Excavations in the mound was by the English scholar Max Mallowan in 1937. In 1984, an Excavations began again, ... Read More »

Tell Faras

located 36 km southwest of Qamishlo city it›s one of the important sites in the Chalcolithic period , the eastern mound ( Excavated mound ) its excavations have been affected by weather conditions ,The Excavations in the site began in 2006 by French mission under management of Jean Daniel Forest, about the western mound has bulldozed in the top . Read More »

Tell Guerran

located opposite to Al Hasaka mound in the south of city center itself It›s one of the important sites in the north of Mesopotamia during both of early Bronze and Ayyubid period , the beginnings of the settlement in the site dating back to Neolithic period . the site in good situation , but the Excavations have been affected by ... Read More »

Tell Arbid

located 26 km southwest of Qamishlo city and it›s one of the important ancient sites during the third millennium B.C, the beginnings of the settlement in the site return to the fifth millennium B.C . the Excavations have been affected by the weather conditions , as for mission house it has subjected to theft except of relocation some of them ... Read More »

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