The province o Çorum is a mixtur o muntains an heich plateaus, some o it watered bi the Kızılırmak an Yeşilırmak rivers. The province includes hintle attractive heich meadae an muntain for walkin an excursions frae the ceety an touns.
The Lion Gate at Hattusa, Turkey. This wis ane o the twa ceety gates. The airc is typical for Hittite airchitectur.
Excavations reveal that Çorum aurie wis inhabitit durin the Paleolithic, Neolithic period an the 4t stage o the Calcolithic Age. Remains o these periods hae been foond at Büyük Güllüce, Eskiyapar and Kuşsaray.
In later times Çorum an its environs wur dominatit bi Hittites an in the destrict of Boğazkale is ane o the maist important Hittite steids in Anatolie, the UNESCO Warld Heritage leetit Hattusa, the caipital o the Hittite Empire frae 1700 BC tae 1200 BC. Ither important Hittite steid include the open-air temples at Yazılıkaya an Alacahöyük; ryal tombs; an the excavations o Boğazköy includin tablets provin tradin links atween the Hittites an the Auncient Egyptians.
Then came the ither ceevilizations: Phrygians, who left remains at Pazarlı, north o Çorum;