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Ayvalık Old Town
Ayvalık Old Town
Ismetpasa mah, Atatürk bul No:129, 10400 Ayvalık/Balıkesir
Ayvalık’s old town is a joy to explore. A maze of cobbled streets east of the liman, it is full of market squares, atmospheric cafes, Greek Orthodox churches and pretty stone houses built by Greek residents during the Ottoman era
MUĞLA – MYLASA (MILAS)
MUĞLA – MYLASA (MILAS)
Ahmet Çavuş Hayıtlı, Köprüler Meydanı No:1, 48200 Milas/Muğla
Not much remains of Mylasa city, which was the center of Carian satrapy of Persians in 4th century B.C. reached today. Milas that developed over this city is famous for its houses and carpets left from 19th and 20th century
Ayvalık
Ayvalık
Ali Çetinkaya, Santral Cd. 1. Sk., 10400 Ayvalık/Balıkesir
Ayvalık is connected to Balikesir, 85 km away from Behramkale, Greek settlement of Ottoman period. The region abandoned by Greeks was able to preserve its historical structure for population exchange during the Republic period
Ürgüp
Ürgüp
İmran, Atatürk Blv. No:41, 50400 Ürgüp/Nevşehir
Ürgüp is located in 18 km east of Nevşehir and it is the most important tourism center of Cappadocia Region. The region is called Assiana by Byzantine, Bashisar by Seljuk and Burgut Castle by Ottomans, and it got the name Ürgüp in
Güzelyurt
Güzelyurt
Yeni, Cevizli Sk., 68500 Güzelyurt/Aksaray
Güzelyurt is located 45 km east of Aksaray. In the Rome and Byzantine era, it was known as Karbala, in Seljuk’s era it was known as Gallery. In Güzelyurt, which is a town in present time, there are numerous rock churches and
Anamur
Anamur
Cami Şerif, 33060 Anamur/Mersin (İçel)
Roughly one and a half hours drive from Mersin can be found in the lovely town of Anamur, famous for its cool climate and great traditional cuisine. The ruins of Anemorium can be found there, within a few kilometres from the town near the
Tarsus
Tarsus
Anıt, 33410 Tarsus/Mersin
Tarsus, as an important center in ancient times, was the meeting place of Roman General Marcus Antonius and Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt in the 1st century B.C. Cleopatra came here a boat for Tarsus Stream (Kydnos) being convenient for
Silifke – Mersin
Silifke – Mersin
Gazi, İlhan Akgün Cd. No:1 D:1, 33960 Silifke/Mersin
City of Seleukeia was founded by Seleucus I Nicator in 3rd century B.C. in the west side of the Göksu River where today’s Silifke is located. Temple in the center of Silifke from Seleucia was built in 2nd century A.D. One column of the
Ağva
Ağva
Ağva Merkez, 34990 Şile/İstanbul
Agva, also known as Yesilcay, is a destination linked with the district of Sile. This Black Sea area sits The natural nature and fertile land had led to this being one of the leading charcoal up to the 1950s where the land was left, with a
Şile
Şile
Balibey Mh., Fener Cad., 34980 Şile/İstanbul
The town and region of Sile is part of the Istanbul Province, however, in stark contrast, it has maintained a more traditional lively hood. The region is famous for its beaches that sit on the black sea coast, with rolling green hills and
Kadıköy
Kadıköy
Kadıköy, Caferağa, 34710 Kadıköy/İstanbul
History of Kadıköy in the legends extends to Megaranians who established Khalkedon in 680 B.C. As a one of the most important centers in the Byzantine period, it hosted the Khalkedon Council in 451. However, it lost its importance
Üsküdar
Üsküdar
Kuloğlu, Hacı Hesna Hatun Cami Sk. No:9, 34664 Üsküdar/İstanbul
There was a wharf and a dock of Khalkedon (Kadıköy) which was established in the 7th century B.C. in Üsküdar, formerly known Chrysopolis. It also became the center of many rebellions. It was one the important regions of the city during
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