Underwater beauty of Turkey’s historical Rumkale castle to open to visitors
The Roman-era ruins located on the outskirts of Turkey’s historical Rumkale castle will be open to visitors to enjoy underwater projects. The ruins hosted numerous civilisations in history.
Rumkale is in the region where Merzimen Stream connects to the Euphrates River in a natural wonder surrounded by emerald green lakes and steep, rocky hills. It is home to the Urartu, Babylon, Sumerian, Seljuk and Ottoman civilisations, in the Yavuzeli district of the southeastern province of Gaziantep.
The castle and its surroundings attract the attention of local and foreign tourists with its natural beauties along the Euphrates in spring, as well as its historical buildings.