Walk into the lost capital city-Hattuşa Hattuşa is what everyone calls Tuhasha. Tuhasha is my favorite among all the sights in Turkey. Tuhasha has a complete urban structure. Although I can only look at the ruins today, it seems that the magnificent palaces, exquisite temples, and ingenious defense projects are all present before my eyes. When I walked into the capital, I heard from the tour guide that these craftsmanship were ahead of the world level at the time. I really sighed at the wisdom of the people at that time. The Lion Gate can be said to be one of the representatives of Tuhasha, and it is also the most popular check-in spot for many tourists, and I am no exception. The Lion Gate is one of the many gates of Tuhasa. It is the gate leading to the southwest. Of course, Tuhasa has many other gates, such as: the gate of the earth, the gate of the king... these are all cultural treasures and worthy of Each of us will remember it in our hearts. The location of Tuhasa is 82 kilometers southwest of Qorum. If I am in Ankara, the distance to Tuhasa is about 208 kilometers. Generally speaking, the scenic spot is far away from the city. It is recommended that you drive there, so as to retain sufficient energy. To add one more point, the Tuhasha Scenic Area can be visited by car, and the area of the scenic area is so large that it is not possible to walk far.