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Hagia Sophia
Architectural Buildings, Sacred & Religious Sites, Historic Sites
Basilica Cistern
Architectural Buildings, Historic Sites, Ancient Ruins
Sardis (Sardes)
Ancient Ruins, Historic Sites
Ancient City of Ephesus
Ancient Ruins, Historic Sites
Basilica Cistern
Architectural Buildings, Historic Sites, Ancient Ruins
Termessos
Ancient Ruins
Ancient City of Ephesus
Ancient Ruins, Historic Sites
Sultanahmet Square
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Architectural Buildings, Monuments & Statues
Goynuk Canyon
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Canyons
Pasabag
Geologic Formations, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Curetes Street
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Ancient Ruins
Suleymaniye Mosque
Sacred & Religious Sites
Blue Mosque
Sacred & Religious Sites
Hagia Sophia
Architectural Buildings, Sacred & Religious Sites, Historic Sites
Selimiye Mosque
Architectural Buildings, Sacred & Religious Sites
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Great Mosque .. attached to it buildings for teaching, a building contains the King Soliman Alkanoni and others graves, building contains his wife's grave, a cemetery and few gardens, the back garden is very beaut...
What an amazing and beautiful mosque - definitely worth a visit beautiful architecture beautiful grounds and you can see far across the city views are amazing.
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Sultanahmet has everything - Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace, Grand Bazaar, Hagia Sophia, Cisterns, Spice Market - so much history and amazing sights to see and if you choose your hotel wisely (we recommend Sirkeci Ma...
The Blue Mosque, the Hagia Sofya, the Hippodrome with all the trimmings, the tomb of Sultan Ahmet I, the Museum of Turkish & Islamic Art, the Great Palace Mosaic Museum, all belong there.
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... definite must to visit and explore hundreds of years of history and it's wonderful culture, I visited with a friend and we were astonished at its beauty and spent quite a bit of time there, just magnificent!
Elements of the history of the Hagia Sophia can be viewed today from the beautiful Byzantine mosaics through to the mihrab, minarets and beautiful calligraphy on the dome that marks its time as a mosque.
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... of it is open that one can imagine its incredible scale, symmetryand primitive beauty (for trivia buffs - it is also featured in "From Russia with love" and "Inferno", so you know it is an important landmark).
The Basilica Cistern, near the great Aghia Sophia church in Istanbul Old City, is a marvel of architecture and engineering from the ancient Byzantine empire.
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Blue Mosque

Istanbul
Awesome and beautiful Mosque in the heart of Sultanahmet Istanbul The Blue Mosque is the heart and soul of the Old city and projects a majestic and opulent Islamic building which is truly appreciated by the vast m...
Blue mosque or the sultanahmet mosque is an amazing historical place where you can worship and see the beauty of the architect associated from the olden golden days If you love Muslim architecture it's amazing pie...
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... comfort and enjoying the experience The massage One of the best i have ever had For me whenever visiting istanbul again this place is my choice of relaxing and refreshing hammam Easily one of the top hammam pl...
Amazing experience, worth every penny, amazing massage, if you have any concerns or worries about having a first hammam experience you are in the best hands here.
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As great architect Sinan wrote, "With the help of Allah and the favour of Sultan Selim Khan I have succeeded building a cupola 6 cubits wider and 4 cubits deeper than Agia Sofia", this mosque has so fine elements...
Built during the peak of the military and cultural power of the Ottoman Empire, the Imperial Mosque conjures up raisers and architecture to this day.
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The library is probably the most fully excavated and beautifully preserved structure in the whole city old Ephesus and you can see the grandeur of this when you walk through the street Curetes street and it opens...
... "one of the most impressive buildings in the Roman Empire" and built to store 12,000 scrolls and to serve as a mausoleum for Celsus, who is buried in a crypt beneath the library in a decorated marble sarcophagus.
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Tons of history and archeology artifacts there, like the tomb of Apostle John, temple of Artemis of the ancient seven wonders, most well preserved agora (ancient city), the great Theater, etc.
We had plenty of time to see the ancient city including the Odeon, the Street of Curates, the Temple of Hadrian, Gate of Hercules, the amazing Terrace Houses with their incredible mosaics, the lovely Celsus Librar...
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The Zeugma museum is the biggest mosaic museum on earth... From the entrance to each hall and the way the mosaics are presented is beatifully planned and amazing.
Lovers of art and design should visit this museum to feast their eyes over inspiring ancient mosaic designs that are as old as 2,000 years, salvaged from the ruins of public baths and villas found around the area!
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take a tour to see the famous Istanbul attractions like: Bosphorous sea, Golden Horn, Sultanahmet area(Blue Mosque), Hagia Sophia, Grand Bazaar, Galata (Tower & Bridge), Roman and Byzantine and Ottoman buildings.
Topkapi Palace, Hagia Sophia, Galata Tower, Grand Bazaar, Blue Mosque, Bridges across Bosphorus, Beylerbeyi Palace, Maiden's Tower in the midst of Bosphorus Strait, Dolmabahce Palace, upteen number of Fountain, an...
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Throughout the interior are graceful inscriptions on the walls and columns written by famous Ottoman calligraphers of the period, one of the finest examples of Islamic calligraphy in the world.
A main important landmark in Bursa, a very old mosque or as the Turk call it Camii, a big great mosque in Bursa reflects how great are the construction was built, it has a beautiful Arabic Calligraphy written in t...
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Grand Mosque

Diyarbakir
Magnificent mousqe that you don’t want to miss with its uniqueness from the carpet to the fountain to the sun clock The architecture, the columns and the scripting it tells a story of a great history and intensive...
The characteristic white and black stone is beautiful to in its formation however the inscriptions are truly amazing.
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We took a guided tour of the Gallipoli battlefield which covered several of the battle areas where nearly half a million Allied (Australian, British, French, Indian & New Zealand) and Turkish soldiers died for the...
We were able to see the 57th Infantry Regiment, 9th Division (Turkey) cemetery, and two ANZAC cemeteries, the beach at ANZAC cove, and Suvia Bay.
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The monument serves to venerate the Ottoman soldiers who died during the Gallipoli (or Cannakale) campaign.
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Sagalassos

Aglasun
A 10 lira entrance per person is tremendous value for all the work the archaeologists have done.Spread over a large area there are good natural paths and excellent man made paths ....as well as the ruins that are...
You can watch excavation crews at work during July and August and ask questions, Sagalassos lies at a distance of 40 km from the city of Burdur, where a museum holds the originals of the magnificient statues of Ro...
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Lots of items are on display also outside the museum; there are capitals, sculpted sarcophagi and panels; particularly noteworthy is a kind of wall erected by stacking on top of each other dozens of sculpted friez...
Whilst you are there, do pay a visit to the nearby grave of professor Kenan Erim who dedicated 30 years of his life to the exploration and restoration of this ancient city.
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This is a unique open air museum that will take you on a magical trip with fairy chimneys, ancient caves, pigeon houses and natural volcanic rock formations.Walking down steps that offer close views of the vivid s...
You can stay at cave hotels, visit open air museum, take one of the tours to visit couple more villages and underground cities and learn more about their tradition, culture and history of course.
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... a cañon (I don’t remember the name); the sixth are the ruins of the Roman town Arsameia, with sculptures portraying the Commagene kings and the history of the town engraved on the rocks in ancient Greek language.
A shuttle bus transfers to the start of the trail near the summit and then a trail circles the mountaintop with two main locations for statues and carvings.
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But I loved it with all my heart!!! Such nice views and mountains, waterfalls, lakes!!! It's a very special place for those who want to feel the nature in its pure condition.
some of the sights from the top of the canyon were fantastic natures way of letting us know what it can achieve throughout many years some of the roadways need to be repaired after the small earthquake they obviso...
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Amphitheatre

Pamukkale
Amazing history .. man made sculptures and highly maintained ruins.. must visit place.. please read about the amphitheatre in advance for the real history if you want to travel without a guide.. amazing is the word!!
When you see this theater for the first time you will be awestruck to see the beauty of the whole theater and can easily spend an hour understanding history of the theater and clicking pictures.
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... located in the Historical center this other beautiful cistern,(Sarnici in Turkish, means cistern), Much smaller than the Basilica and Binbirdirek reservoirs, but what it is miss in measurements, it has in beauty.
The modern entry stairs descend to a great underground space (45 x 25m), with brick barrel vaults supported by 32 marble columns ~9m high.
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The structure is well preserved inside and outside and the setting on top of the hill overlooking the plain and surrounding mountains is wonderful.
Amazing view , amazing architecture , amazing llocation.
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Many of the famous sights of Istanbul are located here, It's like a heart of Istanbul, spirit of history and beauty of architecture, of course it's highly recommended for visiting.
Amazing area next to the Sultanahmed mezquite to Hagia Sophia museum and having its own points of interests (e.g.: the Egyptian obelisk nearly 3500 years old! brought by the Greeks from the Karnak temple, and the...
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The stunning chandeliers and well preserved rooms full of interest, history and artefacts reveal the former life of various sultans I found the Harem interesting, especially the nursery section, starting with the...
You’ll also see spectacular gowns, music rooms with instruments, a stunning library, several Turkish baths, and grand furniture everywhere, The palace paintings should be particularly interesting to visitors from...
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... a stadium (not as impressive as the one in Perge) and especially the ruins at the top of the hill, some of which are absolutely enormous in size, and you really marvel at the amount of labour necessary to get ...
As being one of the most well preserved theater of antiquity, this place definitely worth your time if you are really interested in turkey history and greek architecture.
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Very beautiful mosque with great history.
In front of the mosque there are two very old trees that are quite impressive.

Anzac Cove

Gallipoli
... this site are greatly enhanced by having a guide that is well versed on the story of Gallipoli, the sites are well looked after Please remember these are war graves and treat the site with the respect it deser...
This is a memorial site, it is significant to people who have a conection to the the first world war, to History buffs and the like.
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Yet the interior is one of the most interesting in Turkey, Old Ottoman mosque architecture involved multiple columns than supported domes, these columns are decorated with beautiful calligraphy in three different...
This mosque is older, very dark, has smaller domes but construction wise was easier to build.
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I found the mosque to be a peaceful place for contemplation, and appreciated the architects skill in combining the Baroque and Ottoman architectural elements in a pleasing style.
Baroque and rococo style mosque with very large windows built in 16. century.
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