PAMUKKALE TRAVERTINES

THE PAMUKKALE TRAVERTINES The Pamukkale Travertines, located in Denizli city, is a structure formed by pouring thermal hot water sources coming from the fault lines formed after the geological events there. The...

SPICE BAZAAR

THE SPICE (EGYPTIAN) BAZAAR It is claimed that the name of this bazaar was Makro Envalos, as it is reported that there used to be a bazaar in Byzantine time in the...

MAIDEN’S TOWER

THE MAIDEN’S TOWER The Maiden's Tower is a building on a small island located in the Salacak offshores near the Marmara Sea of the Bosphorus, subject to legends, which narrate various stories...

ISTIKLAL AVENUE

This street is one of the oldest districts of Istanbul, one of the most famous streets of Beyo?lu, which lies between Tunnel and the Taksim Square, and has been one of...

HAGIA SOPHIA

The Hagia Sophia is a historical museum in Istanbul. It was a basilica-planned patriarchal cathedral built by the Byzantine Emperor Justinian I. in the former city center on the historical peninsula...

THE GRAND MOSQUE OF BURSA

The Grand Mosque, one of the most magnificent and imposing mosques of Bursa city, is the “Haghia Sophia of Bursa” as Evliya Çelebi once expressed. Ali Neccar, the architect of the Grand...

THE GRAND BAZAAR

The Grand Bazaar is one of the oldest bazaars and market places in the world located in the center of the districts of Beyazit, Nuruosmaniye and Mercan. The Grand Bazaar has...

THE GALATA TOWER

The Galata Tower is a structure located in Galata district of Istanbul. Built in 528, the building is an important symbol of the city. The Bosphorus and the Golden Horn can...

THE DOLMABAHCE PALACE

The construction of the Dolmabahçe Palace began in 1843 and ended in 1856. It is a palace located on an area of 250.000 m² between Dolmabahçe Street and Istanbul Strait extending...

CAPPADOCIA

Cappadocia (Kappadokia) is a region that was eroded by rain and wind for millions of years due to the soft layers formed by lava and ashes erupted from Erciyes, Hasandagi and...