Not worth it to spend all the time in the hotel.
In Turkey, many historical and natural attractions, which are not known by tourists.
In the most interesting places of the southern, Eastern, Western and Central part of the country where one might go.
Top 10 open for the traveler this country with a new, perhaps unexpected side.
On it are the ruins of the ancient city Dolihiste, some of which are forever left in the depths of the sea. Like Atlantis, the city went under water as a result of tectonic movements, forcing him to run people out of this Paradise.
The name of the valley was due to the fact that in the vastness of its spread a lot of rocks, which once carved dovecotes. The landscape is reminiscent of scenes from fairy tales, science fiction movies about other planets. There are a huge number of man-made and not man-made tunnels.
The lake is situated at the very East of the country, just a few kilometres from the Iranian border. This lake is a real chemical laboratory here treat arthritis and rheumatism as the water in the lake is salty, and still a lot of soda.
The open air Museum of Goreme
The Museum is located in Cappadocia. It is the whole ensemble of the cave tunnels, buildings, religious sites. The main asset are the rock churches, most of which were cut in the X-XI centuries, and the convent.
The Palace Of Ishak Pasha
The Palace is located on a high plateau with deep cliffs on the perimeter. There are 336 rooms, it was built as many as 99 years. It was the last large-scale construction of the “era of tulips” — the blossoming of culture and arts in the Ottoman Empire.
Mardin city centre
It is not quite typical of Turkish architecture, as the indigenous people of this land — the Assyrians, and now home to many Kurds. In the nineties the city was closed for tourists now it is a very promising direction.
Tourists this object is known primarily for its geothermal springs and pools, terraces. In addition, in Pamukkale you can find a lot of ancient buildings during the Roman Empire, because once there was the ancient city of Hierapolis. Very well preserved Roman amphitheatre.
The City Of Ephesus
The hallmark of Ephesus is built in 117 ad, the library of Celsius which was also the tomb of Tiberius Julius Celsus. In ancient times it was the third largest library in the world. In the city were built many religious buildings, the most famous is the temple of Artemis, Hadrian and Domitian. There is also a stadium, fountains, catacombs, chapels, places of worship, etc.
Hagia Sophia in Istanbul
The Hagia Sophia was originally built as a Christian Church, but in the time of Seljuks was transformed into a mosque. This object is included in the UNESCO list.
Mausoleum of Ataturk in Ankara
This majestic mausoleum was built to commemorate the memory of one man, Mustafa Ataturk. Thanks to him this country has become westernized and progressive.
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