Tourism in Turkey

Pergamon Bergama: Tracing Footsteps of Ancient Civilizations

Pergamon Bergama was an ancient Greek city in Mysia, modern-day Bergama, Turkey. It was founded in the 12th century BC and became a major cultural and scientific center during the Hellenistic period. Pergamon was also a powerful kingdom that ruled Read More

Honeymoon Destinations in Turkey: Exploring Romance and Beauty

When it comes to honeymoon destinations, Turkey stands out as a captivating choice. With its rich cultural heritage, stunning landscapes, and warm hospitality, this beautiful country offers a plethora of options for couples seeking the perfect blend of romance and Read More

Amazing Dhahran Valley Landscapes in Eskişehir

West-central Turkey’s Eskişehir is a city. It is located alongside the Porsuk River, a tributary of the Sakarya River, about 125 miles (200 kilometres) west of Ankara. The current city, which is close to the location of the ancient Phrygian Read More

The Waterfall in Diyarbakir is Best for Nature Sports

Southeast Turkey’s Diyarbakr, often spelt Diyarbakir, was formerly known as Amida. It is located on the Tigris River’s right bank. The name derives from the Arabic word for “district (diyar) of the Bakr people,” an Arab clan that ruled the Read More

Best Time to Visit Turkey for Outdoor Activities

Turkey is best visited in the spring or autumn. Turkey has beautiful weather between March and May, as well as between September and November, when the summertime crowds have dispersed. Hotel costs will be moderate during these off-peak times, and Read More

A Density of Domestic Tourists in Pamukkale Turkey

There was a high concentration of domestic tourists in Pamukkale Turkey, where admission is free in honour of International Museum Day. Tourists had a taste of the moment in the white paradise, and they also expressed a lot of curiosity Read More

Sebastopolis in the First Century AD

Sebastopolis (Sulusaray) is located around 30 kilometres (19 miles) from Artova town and 68 kilometres (42 miles) from Tokat’s city centre. The location is on a plain bordered by mountains, and the Cekerek River flows close by. The location is Read More

Kefrum Castle is Waiting for Its Enthusiasts

As the only castle of the city constructed from brick material in the area, Kefrum Castle, which is located in Diyarbakr’s Kulp district and is believed to be at least 5,000 years old by local historians, is waiting for its Read More

The Nissibi Bridge is the subject of many journals

The Nissibi Bridge’s construction took a fairly short period to finish after much effort. This is due to how challenging it is to link these two regions together. It stands out as one of the projects that many engineers work Read More

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