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ANCIENT Hittite  Sanctuary of   HATTUSAS -Hattusa- circa   2000 BC.   massive and still
 visible course of walls erected during the reign of Suppiluliuma I (circa 1375 BC-1335 BC).
Hattusas, Hattusha or Khattushash) was the capital of the Hittite Empire.
It was located near the modern-day village formerly known as Bogazköy,

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