Tag: TR – Archaeological Site of Ani

Turkey’s ancient city Ani visited by 34,500 tourists in 2 months; Anadolu Agency

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Millennia of history: Exploring ancient city of Ani in eastern Turkey; Asene Asanova; Daily Sabah

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Added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2016, the city of Ani has been home to at least 23 civilizations…

Source: Millennia of history: Exploring ancient city of Ani in eastern Turkey

Visitors of ancient city of Ani in Eastern Turkiye walk among millennia of history; Ismail Kaplan & Ahmet Gencturk; Anadolu Agency

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The unique and evocative beauty of Ani; Lyn Ward; Fethiye Times

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The DK Eyewitness: Turkey guidebook describes Ani as “one of the most evocative historical sites in Turkey. Set on a windswept, grassy plateau along the Barley River (Arpaçay), the site contains important remnants of Armenian architecture, including the city walls protecting its northern border, parts of which are still intact.”

Source: The unique and evocative beauty of Ani – Fethiye Times

The Ancient Ghost City Of Ani “the city of a thousand and one churches.”; Ian Harvey; Vintage News

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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World heritage in Turkey: Ani, the forgotten ghost city of the northeast; Yasemin Nicola Sakay; Daily Sabah

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Autumn arrives in Ani, the cradle of civilizations; Daily Sabah

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Ani – a combination of architecture, archaeology and geography creating a unique beauty; Lyn Ward; Fethiye Times

Turkey – Archaeological Site of Ani

Registered on the UNESCO World Heritage List, the Ani archaeological site, also known as the “city of a thousand and one churches”, attracts tourists all year round.

Source: Ani – a combination of architecture, archaeology and geography creating a unique beauty – Fethiye Times

Turkey: The ancient site of Ani; Emma Thomson; National Geographic

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National Geographic Digital Nomad reaches Turkey’s ancient site of Ani, recently awarded UNESCO World Heritage Site status.

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