Category Archives: Turkey
Visiting Mount Nemrut (Nemrut Dagi) in southeastern Turkey stands out as two of the most memorable hours of Dave’s six week trip to the country.
The Aegean province of İzmir, Turkey’s third largest by population, is seeking World Heritage status for four zones to be inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage Tentative List: The Historical Port City, Birgi village, Gediz Delta and the Foça, Çandarlı and Çeşme castles.
The cities that inspire Indian fashion designer J J Valaya’s collections; Sudha G Tilak; Lonely Planet
A country rich in ancient history, from Greek rule to Romans and Lycians, there are so many remarkable landmarks in Turkey to visit. The landscape is dotted with well-preserved ruins which open a window into the countries varied history. Many of these sites are still being explored by archeologists. The mixture of old-world architecture, incredible restaurants showcasing local fare and a youthful night scene are not to be missed within its cities. Turkey is filled with hidden treasures, from secret beaches and coves only accessible by water to hidden settlements carved directly into the rock face. Turkey is a country of hospitality, striking architecture and natural wonders.
Source: 20 Famous Landmarks In Turkey
What began as an early Christian basilica eventually became a mosque, then a museum, and is now once more a mosque.
Mount Nemrut, one of the world’s most important historical and cultural heritage sites, was visited by nearly half a million people over the last five years, surpassing the population of many of Turkey’s provinces.
Ani is a Medieval Armenian city in Turkey located on the banks of Akhurian River. It was settled around 3000BC and has joined the ranks of other world cultural heritage sites by being recognized by UNESCO in 2016.
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Göbeklitepe, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List and described as “the zero point of history”, is a new type of corona virus (Covid-19) in Şanlıurfa.
Safranbolu, a district of the Black Sea province of Karabük that has become famous for its preserved historical buildings from the Ottoman period, marks the 26th anniversary of its entry into the UNESCO World Heritage List on Dec. 17.