Gurcutepe is a Neolithic site on the southeastern edges of Sanliurfa in Turkey, comprising of four exceptionally shallow tells along Sirrin Stream that streams from Sanliurfa. Each of the four slopes are presently secured by current structures, so they are not any more conspicuous. In the late 1990s a German archeological group under the course of Klaus Schmidt completed soundings on every one of the four slopes and made broad unearthings on the second slope seen from the east.
Initially, it was accepted that the four slopes were settled in a particular time arrangement, that one of these settlement stages would harmonize with the close-by Gobekli Tepe. In any case, the unearthings have demonstrated that each of the four slopes were settled amid the PPNB time frame; the easternmost slope is from the later PPNC period.
Gurcutepe joins a gathering of Neolithic areas in Turkey, all smashed earth structures having space subdivisions beside bigger network structures. The little discovers compare to what we beforehand knew as of now. By and large, the Gurcutepe gives the impression of a rustic settlement which was fundamentally more youthful than the well known Gobekli Tepe. You can visit this place with your loved ones.