Introduction and Mesopotamias

Metapotamians emerges as a WEB 3.0 project that provides digital services in a special universe and receives the support of organizations that are affiliated with Turkey's largest companies in the field of metaverse and NFT.With the support of ASKON, one of the most important associations in Turkey, the virtual offices and stores of all companies affiliated to this association will take place in the Metapotamians universe. Here, users will be able to visit the offices and stores of the brands, as well as shop.

Metapotamians, which will be created in an area large enough to accommodate approximately 15,000 stores, will be located on a very meaningful region. In this universe, you can spend time seeing and experiencing the Mesopotamian lands, and you will be able to move forward with traces of many things that have lived from the existence of man to the present day.

Mesopotamia is the name given to the region in the Middle East between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. Mesopotamia is a general name given to some lands of Turkey, Syria, Iraq and Iran, and a very important and

fertile region witnessed the migration of many tribes. Mesopotamia has been a region where different tribes lived

together throughout history. Continuous migrations to the region for a long time both prevented the political

power from following a certain line and fueled the development of cities and societies in cultural and

technological terms. The Mesopotamian region has been home to some of the world's most well-known and well-established civilizations, such as the Sumerians, Akkadians, Babylonians, Assyrians and Arameans. Besides, many other tribes lived in Mesopotamia. Mesopotamia, which has been the scene of intense migration since ancient

times due to its fertile lands and suitable climatic conditions, has been a region where many different cultures and peoples mixed, and therefore it has been the scene of civilized development. Many civilizations developed in the region, which hosted the first known literate communities, and for this reason it was also called the Cradle of Civilizations.

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