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Turkey is located at a point where the 3 continents in the world (Asia, Africa and Europe) became closest to each other and where Asia and Europe meet. The surface areaof Turkey including the lakes is 814,578 km² / 314,503 sq miles. It is much larger than many European countries.
Because of its geographical location, Turkey has been very important throughout history and is the birthplace of many great civilizations such as Byzantine and Ottoman Empires. Hattis, Hittites, Phrygians, Urartians, Lycians, Ionians, Lydians, Persians, Macedonians, Romans,  and Seljuks are the other very important civilisations that made an impact on both the culture and history of today’s Turkey. Having more than 1000 ancient sites means that Turkey is really “a cradle of civilisations” and offer many different facilities from archaeological searches to natural beauties.
Below is the famous places in Turkey that is visited by our guests:

Bodrum

Bodrum
Bodrum Holiday Bodrum Peninsula is situated on the southwest coast of Turkey, in the eastern Aegean cost. The Peninsula extends 42 km in the E-W direction & 6km – 23.8 km in the N-S direction between the bays of Gulluk and Gokova. The Bodrum Peninsula is surrounded by 32 islands and...
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Antalya

Antalya
Antalya, also known as the Turkish Riviera, where the pine-clad Toros (Taurus) Mountains sweep down to the sparkling clear sea, is the tourism capital of Turkey. The region, bathed in sunshine for 300 days of the year, is a paradise for sunbathing, swimming and water sports, yachting,...
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Ani Ancient City

Ani Ancient City
Ani is a ruined and uninhabited medieval Armenian city in Kars Province founded on far east of Turkey at the beginning of the 9th century, in Armenian border. It was the capital of medieval Bagratid Kingdom of Armenia until the 11th century Byzantine conquest, covering today much of Armenia and Eastern Turkey. Natural...
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Sumela Monastery

Sumela Monastery
Sumela Monastery, built on a ledge of a steep cliff on the slopes of the Black Mountain (Karadag) overlooking the Altindere valley, located inside the territory of the Altındere village in the Macka district of the Trabzon Province, is called “Meryem Ana” (Mother Mary)...
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Sanliurfa & Harran & Gobeklitepe

Sanliurfa & Harran & Gobeklitepe
Sanliurfa is a very special Anatolian city which has figured in all the Holy Books. The history of Sanliurfa is recorded from the 4th century BC, but may date back to 9000 BC. Urfa was conquered repeatedly throughout history and has been dominated by many civilizations. It...
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Seven Churches Of Revelation

Seven Churches Of Revelation
Write on a scroll what you see and send it to the seven churches: Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamum, Thyatira, Sardis, Philadelphia, and Laodicea.” (Rev. 1:11) Turkey is hosting all seven of the churches mentioned in the opening chapters of the Book of Revelation. The churches of Revelation were...
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Safranbolu

Safranbolu
Safranbolu is a typical Ottoman city that has survived to the present day. It also displays an interesting interaction between the topography and the historic settlement. By virtue of its key role in the caravan trade over many centuries, Safranbolu enjoyed great prosperity and as a result it set a standard...
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The Archeological Site Of Troy

The Archeological Site Of Troy
Troy is a unique example in an Aegean context of the oriental city at the junction between Anatolia, the Aegean and the Balkans. It is also probably the most famous archaeological site in the world. It may be considered to represent the starting point for modern archaeology and...
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Hattusha: The Hittite Capital

Hattusha: The Hittite Capital
Hattusha exerted dominating influence upon the civilizations of the 2nd and 1st millennia BC in Anatolia and northern Syria. The palaces, temples, trading quarters and necropolis of this political and religious metropolis provide a comprehensive picture of a capital and bear a unique testimony to the...
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Heritage Mount Nemrut

Heritage Mount Nemrut
The tomb or The Hierotheseion of Mount Nemrut bears unique testimony to the civilization of the Kingdom of Commagene. Antiochos I is represented in this monument as a descendant of Darius by his father Mithridates, and a descendant of Alexander by his mother Laodice. The tumulus at Mount Nemrut illustrates, through the liberal syncretism of a very original pantheon, a significant...
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Amasya

Amasya
The city where the Sultans’ sons were educated and the legendary city where Ferhad had to mine the mountains to reunite with his belovedShirin, Amasya has been one of the major cities of many civilizations since the ancient times. Nestled in the foothills of Mount...
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Konya

Konya
Konya is one of the first inhabited cities in the history of mankind, and still contains traces of many ancient civilisations which gives it the atmosphere of a museum city. Because of its locations in the middle of the barren Anatolian steppe, it used...
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Ankara

Ankara
Ankara is the second most populated city in Turkey with around 5 million people. It is also the capital city of Turkey. The are many official buildings such as The Parliament, The Embassies of All Countries and all the ministry buildings. Most of the people in this city are...
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Mardin

Mardin
Mardin is located in between the rivers of famous Euphrates and Tigris and is a well-known town for its mixed heritage, a town incorporating a Babel, Kheldani and Syrian past with different religions and cultures living together. It is very easy to see active churches and mosques next to...
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Seven Lakes

Seven Lakes
Seven Lakes is an area between Ankara & Istanbul, and offers a very nice natural adventure. The lakes are located within the boundaries of a 550-hectare national park on two plateaus that have a height difference of 100 meters between them. The lakes are called as Buyukgol...
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