Sunset on the 2150 meters high mountain Nemrut Dağ, which lies in the southeast of Turkey.
On its summit, King Antiochos I (69-36 B.C.) erected a sanctuary and probably his own tomb. The alleged tomb consists of a pile of fist large stones with a height of 45 meters and 150 meters in diameter over the natural summit of the mountain.
However, archaeologists have not yet succeeded in finding either an entrance or a burial chamber.