Tagged: Turkey

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The Blue Mosque Imperial Mosque In Istanbul

The Blue Mosque, better known as the Sultan Ahmet Mosque. The Mosque popularly symbolizes the skyline of Istanbul. In the 17th century, Sultan Ahmet wished to construct a mosque or a worship place which...

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Hierapolis Pamukkale A World Heritage Site

Pamukkale is the modern name of Hierapolis. The name of the city is derived from the wife of Telephus, Hiera. Telephus was the mythical founder of Pergamum. The city Hierapolis was established in the...

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Harran An Ancient City To Visit

Harran the major ancient city in upper Mesopotamia is located near the modern village of Altinbasak in present Turkey. The location of Harran is in the district of Sanliurfa province. Harran was the major...

Places To Visit In Kusadasi

Top Places To Visit In Kusadasi

Kusadasi is one of the popular cruise ship ports, among Turkish Mediterranean. It is a harbour town rich with sun, sand and fun filled holiday spot. The place is also known for its shopping...

A Visit To Ancient City Troy Turkey

A Visit To Ancient City Troy Turkey

Troy is one of the most popular archaeological sites in the world with its 4000 years of history. The famous archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann was the first archaeologist credited with the excavations at the site,...

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Ephesus An Iconic Ancient Greek City

Ephesus was an ancient Greek city, located Izmir Province of Turkey. The city was built by the Attic and Ionic people on the site of the former capital of Arzawan. The city was considered...

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An Ancient city of Aspendos

Aspendos was an ancient city in Pamphylia, located at around 40 Km. towards eastern side of the present day city of Antalya in Turkey. In the ancient era Aspendos was the most prominent city...

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The Hagia Sophia Greatest Example Of Byzantine Architecture

‘Hagia Sophia’ is one of the most magnificent pieces of architecture in the world which is situated in the city of Istanbul, Turkey, which was famous by the name ‘Constantinople’ during the Byzantine period....