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Çanakkale Kent Müzesi
Çanakkale Kent Müzesi
Kemalpaşa, Fetvane Sk. No:31, 17100 Çanakkale Merkez/Çanakkale
The lives of Çanakkale's residents since Ottoman times are the focus of this small museum, which has drawn on oral histories for the content of many of its display panels. There are photographs, newspaper articles and a few artefacts on
Bodrum Gündoğan
Bodrum Gündoğan
Gündoğan mahallesi Sahil Şeridi, Emek Sokak No:33, 48400 Bodrum/Muğla
Placid Gündoğan Bay, deepest on the the Bodrum Peninsula, offers a sandy beach with good swimming right in the centre and stays relatively sedate at night. Most of its part- or full-time occupants in the villas climbing halfway up the
BODRUM (HALICARNASSUS)
BODRUM (HALICARNASSUS)
Çarşı, Neyzen Tevfik Cad. Hükümet Konağı, 48400 Bodrum/Muğla
Bodrum, located on the shores of Gulf of Gökova is one of the famous holiday resorts of Turkey. Numerous nightclubs provide the night life of the area until early hours of morning. Touring the bays of Bodrum Peninsula and coastal villages
Didyma Ancient City
Didyma Ancient City
Didim Örenyeri (Apollon Tapınağı), Yenihisar Mh, 09270 Didim/Aydın
Didim located 16 km south of Miletus, was one of the important holy areas and prophecy centers. It was connected with the holy road " of Miletus. The Temple of Apollo with its splendid ruins was one of the biggest temples in Hellenistic
Fethiye Muğla
Fethiye Muğla
Akarca, Mustafa Kemal Blv. No:212, 48300 Fethiye/Muğla
Fethiye, located in the east of the bay bearing its name, is one of the famous holiday resorts of Turkey with being close to historical heritages of Lycia region, hosting alternative tourism types and its natural beauties
Çorum Museum
Çorum Museum
Gülabibey, Cengiz Topel Cd. No:153, 19100 Merkez/Çorum
Corum's museum is well worth a stop particularly if you're interested in Turkey's Chalcolithic, Bronze Age and Iron Age eras. Pieces have been cherry-picked from archaeological sites across the local region and there are excellent
Tekeli Mehmet Paşa Camii Antalya
Tekeli Mehmet Paşa Camii Antalya
Tekeli Mehmet Paşa Cami, Tuzcular, Uzun Çarşı Sk. No:3, 07100 Muratpaşa/Antalya
The Tekeli Mehmet Paşa Camii was built by the Beylerbey (Governor of Governors) Tekeli Mehmet Paşa. The building was repaired extensively in 1886 and 1926. Note the beautiful Arabic inscriptions in the coloured tiles above the windows
Konyaaltı Antalya
Konyaaltı Antalya
Kuşkavağı, 07070 Konyaaltı/Antalya
Konyaalti holidays are centred around a four-mile-long beach. It’s linked to Antalya’s sight-packed city centre by a tram line, so sightseeing’s really easy, too. No holiday to Turkey’s complete without a long strip of beach for
Kaleiçi Antalya
Kaleiçi Antalya
Antalya Kaleiçi (Old Town), Selçuk, Uzun Çarşı Sk., 07100 Muratpaşa/Antalya
Antalya's historic district is a sight in itself and you could happily spend half a day strolling the narrow lanes here while admiring the mix of finely restored and creakily dilapidated Ottoman
İki Kapılı Han Antalya
İki Kapılı Han Antalya
Balbey, İsmet Paşa Cd. No:97, 07040 Muratpaşa/Antalya
This sprawling covered bazaar, dating to the late 15th century, is centred between Kazım Özalp Caddesi and İsmet Paşa Caddesi, just north of the Kaleiçi district. There are plenty of jewellers, metalwork merchants and textiles to be
Kale Kapısı (Castle Gate) Antalya
Kale Kapısı (Castle Gate) Antalya
Selçuk, İzmirli Ali Efendi Sk. No:13, 07100 Muratpaşa/Antalya
This gate (Kale Kapısı) into the old town is marked by a square with the old stone Saat Kulesi and statue of Attalus II, the city's founder.
Pera Café
Pera Café
Asmalımescit Mahallesi, Meşrutiyet Caddesi, Pera Müzesi, No 65, Beyoğlu, İstanbul
The ground floor of the Pera Museum  is home to the popular Pera Café ( sandwiches ₺15-16, pastas ₺18-20, cakes ₺7-12; ), a comfortable space decorated in art deco style to reflect the fact that the building originally housed the
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