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.
Source: The Ancient Ghost City Of Ani “the city of a thousand and one churches.”
Ani is a Middle Age city of remarkable historical importance, one in urgent need of preservation and protection…
Source: Turkey’s legacy of civilisation is a blueprint for the future – Geographical Magazine
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
National Geographic Digital Nomad reaches Turkey’s ancient site of Ani, recently awarded UNESCO World Heritage Site status.