Hagia Sophia is one of the most visited museums in Istanbul. Aya Sophia was, for nearly a thousand years,
the largest enclosed space in the world, and still seen as one of the worlds most important architectural monuments...click here
The Sultan Ahmet Camii, commonly known as the Blue Mosque, with its tiers of magnificent domes and six graceful minarets is one of the most striking and immediately distinguishable structures on the Istanbuls skyline. Constructed as an ...
Kapali Çarsi (Grand Bazaar) has been a shoppers Mecca since just after the mid-15th century, when the smallish warehouse was turned into a teeming bazaar by a constant stream of traders, selling everything from carpets to cummin.
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The ruins of Ephesus is one of the world's greatest archaeological sites. It is located 75 km south of Izmir.
You can visit the remains of Troy...
Other place include Aegean Coast, Bodrum, Bergama, Pamukkale, Çesme, beaches,
classical ruins, sun, sand and beaufitul agean sea...
The ancient region of Cappadocia lies in Central Anatolia between the cities of Nevsehir, Kayseri and Nigde ...click here