“Recent archaeological research in Dersim has revealed a large complex of buildings in the province of Pulumur, commonly known as “wedding halls,” which includes rock-cut tombs and open-air worship areas. According to experts, the complex dates back to the Iron Age and has no other examples of its kind in the region.

The “wedding halls” are situated on a rocky hill in the north-south region of the Pulumur province, at an altitude ranging from 150 to 200 meters. The complex mainly comprises four distinct rock-cut tombs, rock-cut rooms, platforms, stairways, and tunnels. Various religious rituals were also performed in this area.”