Attractions, excursions and attractions in Marmaris
The sights of Marmaris are, first of all, ancient ruins and historical monuments, as well as numerous natural beauties. One of the main visited places of the city is the…

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Museum of Unique Byzantine Mosaics
The mosaic museum, which will be discussed below, is actually part of the peristyle of the large imperial palace in Constantinople, which was discovered in the 30s of the last…

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Palandoken
Palandoken, the youngest ski resort in Turkey, located 4 km from Erzurum, has gained popularity due to the variety of light and medium tracks. There you can teach a child…

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Attractions and attractions of Istanbul

Each tourist, who first arrived in Istanbul, immediately gets to the famous square, where there are two legendary monuments of history and religion. This, of course, refers to the Blue Mosque and the Hagia Sophia (Hagia Sophia).

St. Sophia Cathedral, which for thousands of years remained the main shrine of the entire Christian world, after the capture of Constantinople by the Ottoman Turks in 1453, was turned into a mosque. Since then, the remains of minarets, mosaics and panels with Arabic script have been preserved in the temple. In 1934, Ataturk called for the preservation of the unique temple as a museum, so now anyone Continue reading

Istanbul

Mysterious and majestic, noisy and fabulously beautiful, Istanbul is a bridge between Europe and Asia, between the traditional East and the modern West. Throughout his rich history, he managed to change several names and visit the capital of four empires: the Roman and Byzantine, Ottoman and Latin.

The former capital of Turkey, its main cultural, commercial and industrial center, is divided into two halves, even geographically. It is located on two banks of the Bosphorus Strait, which means that it is immediately on two continents. The European part of Istanbul is conditionally divided by the Golden Horn Bay: the Old City with its famous sights has largely preserved its medieval appearance, and the New and concentrated business and commercial life. The Asian part is less popular with tourists, however, it is here that you can in Continue reading

Cappadocia

Cappadocia, the historical region located in the central part of the country, is called the heart of today’s Turkey. This region is interesting not only for its extraordinary nature, but also for the opportunity to touch the history of the first centuries of the Christian Church.

When meeting with Cappadocia, the idea involuntarily arises that you are on a different planet – the landscapes that open to your eyes are so unique and do not look like anything. There are volcanoes with snow-capped peaks, low, free-standing mountains, rock massifs and fertile valleys.

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Edirne
Located at the junction of the borders of Turkey, Greece and Bulgaria, the bright and distinctive Edirne is a popular destination for travelers who want to take a break from…

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5 most expensive hotels in Turkey
When some travelers are faced with the question of how to save money on a trip, others are no less acute - how to spend an impressive supply of funds…

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Ankara
Ankara is the second largest city of Turkey after Istanbul, and since 1923 its capital. Despite its capital status, Ankara is not as popular among tourists as Istanbul and the…

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Troy
Troy (Truva, Troy) - a city located in the northwestern part of Anatolia, near the Dardanelles and Mount Ida, is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Troy is known…

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