Ruins decorated with swastikas could be clue to the palace of Genghis Khan's bloodthirsty grandson, say archaeologists

  • Ruins decorated with swastikas could be clue to the palace of Genghis Khan's bloodthirsty grandson, say archaeologists

    Posted by on August 6, 2022 at 5:20 AM

    Aerial view of excavation site in Van, Turkey, where researchers are looking into whether this was the location of Hulagu Khan's summer palace.

    A team of archaeologists may have discovered the ruins of a palace owned by Genghis Khan's grandson. The team says swastika patterns on ruins in Van, Turkey might link the archeological site to Hulagu Khan. Hulagu Khan is known for slaughtering armies, destroying cities, and trampling a caliph to death with horses.

    Archaeologists may have discovered the remains of an ancient summer palace built for Genghis Khan's bloodthirsty grandson, Hulagu Khan, in the 1260s, according to new research.

    A joint Turkish and Mongolian excavation

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