Archaeological Turkey..

Black Basalt wall in Diyarbakir

Diyarbakır, additionally spelled Diyarbekir, verifiably Amida, city, southeastern Turkey. It lies on the right bank of the Tigris River.


Amida, an old town originating before Roman colonization in the third century ce, was broadened and reinforced under the Roman sovereign Constantius II, who additionally raised new dividers around the city.


Capital of a vast and imperative area under the Ottomans, it recovered its thriving. Its area close to the Persian boondocks additionally provided for it vital significance, and the town was utilized as a base for armed forces confronting Persia.

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Ortahisar Castle

Ortahisar signifies "center manor," and as its name intimates, it is focal among the Cappadocian towns of Göreme, Ürgüp, Uçhisar and Nevşehir, and just a couple of kilometers from Göreme Open Air Museum.


Some way or another, when tourism was developing quickly in Cappadocia amid the 1980s and 1990s, Ortahisar stayed pretty much on the sidelines notwithstanding its focal area
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The Architectural Turkey...

The Anemurium

The city of Anemurium consists of two parts, the older city centre leaning against the mountain ranges and the newer coastal neighborhood with concrete blocks mainly used by families as summer houses and about two and a half km untying each other. One can reach here, main by taking a highway between Antalya and Adana.
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The Underground City..

Goreme, Cappadocia

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The Cappadocia Tour With Namaste Turkey

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The Tower of Kizil Kule (Red Tower) in the City of Alanya, Turkey

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Turkey Tour to Witness the Monumental Turkey..

Topkapi Palace is a place in Istanbul where the Ottoman Sultans had lived with their families. It wasn’t only a palace it was a educational center. Hagia Sophia also called Ayasofya is another beauty. It’s very important building for Islam and Christian people, it was first built as a church , then it was turned into a mosque and since 1935, it was finally converted into a museum.
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The Monumental Tomb

The Anıtkabir (Monumental Tomb), crowning a prominent hill in the center of Ankara about two km west of Kızılay along Gazi Mustafa Kemal Bulvarı (map), is the Mausoleum of Kemal Atatürk, founder and first president of the Turkish Republic. It's well worth a visit.

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The City of Istanbul

This city also has some of the famous palaces in the country. Palace like Topkapi, where not only the Sultans Ottoman lived with their family but, it also was a center for educational.


Another monument is a Leandros Tower which is a very beautiful structure; it was build 2500 years ago it also has a very beautiful designs on it.


There are various legends regarding the construction of this tower. Sultan, named Fatih Mehmet was among the most important Ottoman Sultan and hence the bridge was named after him.


The Dolmabahce Palace which means filled garden in local language is located on Bosphorus Strait; this palace was built in 1856 and took 13 years to get completed.


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The Galata Bridge

The Galata Bridge is a bridge that spans the Golden Horn in Istanbul, Turkey. From the end of the 19th century in particular, the bridge has featured in Turkish literature, theater, poetry and novels..

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Tatlarin Underground City

In 1975, Tatlarin underground city was found. After a long stretch of unearthings it was at last opened to general society in 1991. From their work, history masters had the capacity find various imperative truths about the city including that it was utilized for religious or military purposes because of the span of a number of the rooms.

There are just two stories open to general society anyway it is worth a visit to find how life was 3000 years back. Highlights incorporate sliding stones that implied entryways could just be opened from within, kitchen and internment puts and in addition nourishment supply stockpiling territories.

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Akköprü Bridge in Ankara

Akköprü is a historical bridge in Yenimahalle district of Ankara, Turkey, crosses the Ankara River in front of Varlık neighbourhood. It is the oldest bridge in Ankara and still in good condition. The neighbourhood around the bridge was also named 'Akköprü'. The area is home to the greatAtatürk Cultural Centre and Ankamall shopping centre, the biggest mall in Ankara.


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