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Pamukkale, Turkey, Hot springs

Hot lime - turquoise waters and terraces in blossom - Pamukkale

Pamukkale is a tourist attraction and a unique natural heritage in Turkey and worldwide. Somewhere in the province of Denizli, in southwestern Turkey, is a natural site. Because white limestone dusts the entire area was called Pamukkale "Cotton Castle...

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Ephesus, Turkey, Celsius Library ruins

Ancient city of Ephesus

Ephesus is a great surprise to anyone visiting Turkey. Not necessarily have to be passionate about history and not know much about architecture. It is to be open enough to enjoy one of the most attractive sights in Asia Minor. A walk on the streets...

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Bodrum, Turkey, Castle towers

Bodrum - The land of eternal blue

Homer said about Bodrum, that it is "The land of eternal blue", a stretch of blue, you understand it best if you visit this resort. The entire Turkish Riviera is dotted with places spectacular beaches bathed in the greenish waters, while the dark-blue...

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Alanya, Turkey, Boats near peninsula cliffs

Alanya - The 150 towers fortress

Located about 100 km from Antalya, Alanya is one of the most attractive resorts in the Mediterranean in Turkey. Mild climate, warm waters of the sea, sandy beaches and beauty of the city make this resort a very competitive holiday destination. Alanya...

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Antalya, Turkey, Hotel view

Antalya - The dream of every tourist

Antalya is one of the most popular European countries for its beaches and nightlife. To these may be added historical monuments left by the Romans or Greeks, diving, sailing, paragliding, mountain escalation, navigating the raft, observatory TUBITAK,...

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Topkapi Palace, Istanbul, Turkey, View from Bosphorus

The palace of the gate arms - Topkapi Palace

Topkapi (1463-1835) was a palace in Istanbul which has developed over the centuries and consists of a number of different buildings. The Topkapi functioned primarily as a royal residence and seat of government of the Ottoman Sultan Mehmet II. The palace...

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