The conservation of archaeological sites is of great importance as they provide physical remains of past civilizations. Göbekli Tepe, which is one of the most important archaeological site in human history was included in the World Heritage List in 2018. Remains in Göbekli Tepe archaeological site are enclosures surrounded by circular or rectangular wall rows, and containing monolithic T-shaped pillars in the center and peripheral walls in two layers. The aim of this study is to examine the construction technique and relations between structural elements and to define conservation problems in order to develop conservation proposals. The method of the study is the evaluation of the data collected during the field survey together with the information given in the literature. In order to determine the similarities and differences between the layers, components and alignment characteristics of enclosures were defined, the relations between these components were examined.