It is generally accepted that, history is a vehicle which enables us to understand what the human did, so what the human is. The studies on history, therefore, had been based upon the historical objects which were understood as an easy way as either a source store for creating new values or just the living evidences of a continuous evolutionary process. Another view might be from the aspect of romanticism. This kind of popular tendencies on the interpretations of the past had been encouraged by the tourism desaster as well as the communication age which forces the people to know each other's culture. Archeological sites as the built-environments are the culture-made objects. There had been a real life in them by the means of the inhabitants, their religion, art, political or preferences, ethic and everything about we can talk today's life. Those sites have a raison-d'être and this is to create a residential area in which that life we described above may take place. The connections between the site which is visible and the life which is now invisible had been dismantled and the visible site had been tried to keep alive with new artificial orders though its raison-d'être had been disappeared. This is an interference to the natural process of the object and the life. We believe that archeological sites have a sacred code. Every year lots of people are visiting them. The articulation of the images of those sites to the popular culture and re-uses of the sites are the two faces of problem. This paper is aimed giving a critical view on the uses of archeological sites.