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For more than 1500 years İstanbul was the capital of Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman Empires.

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The region of Cappadocia is located in the middle of a once-active volcanic area of central Anatolia.

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The Gallipoli Peninsula is located on the western side of Turkey known as Thrace. It has an ancient Greek and Roman history.

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Troy is enchanting and historic place, embracing the cultural treasures of the east and the west, brought to life by the ancient epics.

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Bergama is a city whose history dates back 8,500 years, and was made the world's 999th UNESCO World Heritage City in 2014.

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The ancient city of Ephesus is Turkey’s most important ancient city, and one of the best preserved and restored.

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Didyma, an hour’s drive from the city of Aydın, is one of Turkey’s prime holiday destinations.

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Pamukkale appears in almost every list of places to be seen before you die and visited by almost two million tourists each year.

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With ancient cities hidden among forests with oxygen-rich air, Antalya is a holiday paradise offering much more than one might expect.

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Lycian Tombs and Sunken Cities

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“Come, come, whoever you are. Wanderer, worshiper, lover of leaving. It doesn't matter. Ours is not a caravan of despair. come, even if you have broken your vows a thousand times. Come, yet again , come , come." Jalal ad-Din Muhammad Rum

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Çatalhöyük is a city founded 9,000 years ago, and this UNESCO World Heritage Site is well-worth visiting to see the remains of an ancient (like, REALLY ancient) city.

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It subsequently came under Roman, then Byzantine rule before it became the first capital of the Ottoman Empire in 1326 under the command of Orhan Gazi. Many important Ottoman buildings still remain in Bursa.

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Founded in the 4th century BC by the Macedonian King Antigonus,

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In the 18th century, it was one of the seven largest cities in Europe.

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It is the traditional houses of Safranbolu that have earned the city a world-wide reputation and inscribed it on UNESCO's World Heritage List, with many trailing back to 18-19th century, however, the fact that the locals manage to keep the traditional lifestyle alive takes the visitors on a journey back in time.

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Due to its location in the centre of the country, the region has been a historical junction of major trade routes and a crossroads of migratory streams.

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Located within the boundaries of Boğazkale District, southwest of Çorum, Hattusas had served as the capital of the Hittite Empire for 450 years, between 1650-1200 BC, extending over a 180-hectare rough and rocky terrain.

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Previously known as Smyrna until 1930 when the name was changed to Izmir, this city is one of the oldest settlements of the Mediterranean basin.

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Marmaris was, in ancient times, known as the town of Physkos.

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Bodrum is a port city located south west of Ephesus at the point of where the huge Gulf of Gokova begins.

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Fethiye is built over the ruins of what used to be the ancient city of Telmessos, whose ancient theater is still located right in the city center.

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There are a lot of cities that claim to be a "crossroads of civilization," many even in Anatolia.

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For centuries Gaziantep has become a meeting place for the naturalists, historians, archaeologists, enthusiasts of adventure and for the ones who are in love with art, devotee of nature and wanderers of cultural values.

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The haunting sculptures overlooking Mount Nemrut are some of the most magnificent that you'll find anywhere in the world.

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The City That Changed Human History

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Mardin is one of the few cities in the world wherein the entire city has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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9th century BC Assyrian tables refer to Midyat as Matiate or city of caves because its earliest inhabitants lived in nearby caves.

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Being famous for its distinctive domestic cats, Van offers a ferry trip to a sacred destination- an evil eye bead for Turkey’s largest lake.

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Doğubazit is Turkey’s most eastern district bordering Iran and close to Mount Ararat.

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Kars, a transit point between Anatolia and the Caucasus, has an outstanding beauty in itself, magnified by Ani Ruins- a medieval city once called "City of 1001 Churches".

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Çanakkale is an honourable resting place for the soldiers who lost their lives in Gelibolu.

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Dalyan is a beautiful river town located (and named after) the Dalyan River, which runs right into the The Mediterranean.

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An inspiration for world-renowned travellers like Xenophon, and Evliya Çelebi who immortalized Trabzon in his travel book.

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Believed to be the lands where humankind expanded from the descendants of Noah, Ağrı invites you to İshakpaşa Palace, an emblematic of Ottoman architectural culture.

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