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Alanya Castle, Alanya, TurkeyAlanya CastleAlanya, TurkeyGreat view from the top of Alanya Kalesi (Castle)Uchisar Castle, Üçhisar, TurkeyUchisar CastleÜçhisar, TurkeyCappadocia, Turkey is filled with thousands of dwellings carved into the soft lava rock. The Uchisar Castle is the largest and is easily explored....Agvah, TurkeyAgvahTurkeyIt's a nice picnic spot in area with an amazing view.Ephesus Turkey, Kuşadası, TurkeyEphesus TurkeyKuşadası, Turkey#Adventure The amazing ruins in Ephesus.Agvah, TurkeyAgvahTurkeyIt's a beautiful place for a weekend trip!The Archaeological Site of Ephesus, Selçuk, TurkeyThe Archaeological Site of EphesusSelçuk, TurkeyMore than anywhere else, the Greco-Roman world comes alive at Ephesus. After almost 150 years of excavation, the city's recovered and renovated...Adana, TurkeyAdanaTurkeyThe Adana masque.Myra, Antalya, TurkeyMyraAntalya, TurkeyLycian way MyraPergamon Altar, Bergama, TurkeyPergamon AltarBergama, TurkeyIn western Turkey, most people rush to Ephesus and forget about the lesser known ruins of Pergamon, perched on a mountain near the town of Bergama....Antalya, TurkeyAntalyaTurkeyTake in tropical sun soaked patios and snow capped peaks at the same time in AntalyaOLU DENIZ, TurkeyOLU DENIZTurkeyBlue cave, near Ölüdeniz, in Turkey. This place is reachable only by boat :))Kaş, TurkeyKaşTurkeyTucked away in a little bay, Cinarlar Beach sits on top of a cold spring. The water is crystal clear as the salt water and spring water collide....Heirapolis, Denizli, TurkeyHeirapolisDenizli, TurkeyThe theater at the ancient Greek city of Hierapolis, located next to Pamukkale. Entrance to Pamukkale Park and its famous cotton candy rocks also...Ephesus Ruins, İzmir, TurkeyEphesus Ruinsİzmir, TurkeyEphesus, Turkey, was once the 2nd largest city of the roman empire, after Rome.The ancient library of Celsus, or what's left of it.Pamukkale, TurkeyPamukkaleTurkeyPamukkale is a wonderful spot to visit in south western Turkey. White terraces made of calcium carbonate overflowing with water from the natural...Sakli Kent, Fethiye, TurkeySakli KentFethiye, TurkeySaklıkent is a winter resort in Turkey, 45 kilometres from Antalya and 60 kilometres from Antalya Airport. It is open for skiing from November to...Sumela Monastery, Trabzon, TurkeySumela MonasteryTrabzon, TurkeyLocated an hour from the Black Sea coastal town of Trabzon is the Sumela Monestary. The Greek Orthodox monastery is tucked away in the mountains...Kurşunlu Waterfall Nature Park, Isparta, TurkeyKurşunlu Waterfall Nature ParkIsparta, TurkeyThe waterfall is on one of the tributaries of the Aksu River and its situation in the midst of a pine forest is of quite exceptional beauty. The...Mount Nemrut, Adıyaman, TurkeyMount NemrutAdıyaman, TurkeyIf you''re heading to Central Anatolia, don't miss the UNESCO listed site of Mt Nemrut (Nemrut Dagi) with its incredible headless statues that date...Pamukkale, TurkeyPamukkaleTurkeyVisiting the travertines of Pamukkale requires an easy hike. If you visit toward sunset, you can avoid the day's heat while the cool water runs...
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