Student City: Eskisehir

If you want to have a good time and sea beautiful places Eskisehir is the best city for you. The population of the students is as three times as local population. The students have many advantages in this city. You can go out anytime you want. You can eat out any hour you like. You Read Full Article

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Hatay Museum of Archeology

The Second Biggest Mosaic Museum of  The World in Antakya / Hatay / Turkey. The archeological resarch in Hatay has launched in 1932 under the supervision of the Louvre Museum, Baltimore Art Museum, Worchester Art Museum and Princeton University. In 1936, the representatives Fogg Art Museum of the Harvard University and Dumbarton Oaks College joined into Read Full Article

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The Capital Of Turkey: Ankara

The beating heart of Turkey which bares the footprints of many civilizations. Ankara is located in the Central Anatolian Region, surrouned by the provinces of Kırıkkale and Kırşehir in the East, Cankiri in the North, Bolu in the Northwest, Eskisehir in the West, and Konya adn Aksaray in the South. Ankara covers an area of Read Full Article

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Cappadocia Guide

What we call “Cappadocia” today, if only for simplicity, is only a small part of the Hellenistic Kingdom and subsequent Roman Province which bore that name. The original size of the miles further east and west. Even now, when the valleys around eh town Urgup are relatively easy to reach (it takes about Ankara, or Read Full Article

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Mardin Guide

Standing on a bluff above the Mesopotamian flats about 56 miles (90km) south of Diyarbakir is the town of Mardin, arguably the most Arab town -even more Arab than Antakya or Siirt- in Turkey. The vista afforded from the town’s citadel is nearly magical: below, the view stretches across the vastness of the Syrian plain, Read Full Article

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Diyarbakir Guide

     Locals like to call their city “the Paris of the East,” and claim its massive black basalt walls as second only to the Great Wall of Chine in length, breadth and height. Both erroneous claims should be discounted the city of Diyarbakir seems given hyperbole. But no visit to Turkey is complete without a Read Full Article

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