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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Source: Turkey’s ancient city Ani visited by 34,500 tourists in 2 months

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

Photo: Fethiye Times

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

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