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Ask any novice tourist or already experienced traveler that comes to his head at the mention of Turkey. Surely everyone remembers the sea, the sun and the endless beaches – no matter how famous the historical monuments of ancient Anatolia, no matter how fascinating the excursions may seem, but for us, residents of northern latitudes, Turkey is first and foremost a beach.
What to offer to those who want and see as much as possible, and plenty to swim, and pamper yourself with the bright southern sun? Continue reading
If you are a special travel gourmet, then the first time in Istanbul is best to come by ship from the Black Sea. Bosphorus enchants in any weather. Ancient fortresses on their shores and super-modern, with a thousand cars, bridges connecting Europe and Asia.
Through the square from Hagia Sophia you can go to a no less magnificent structure: the Ahmediye Mosque, also called the Blue Mosque. The walls of Ahmedia are covered with tiles so calm, light and pleasant blue in color that, reflecting from the walls, the sun’s rays seem to turn a little blue. Continue reading
Cappadocia is a sense of time. These are millions of years of geological processes, the movement of the elements of air, water, and earth.
After monotonous loops, dives, descents and ascents, having finally overcome another ridge, the road suddenly breaks out into space and joyfully rushes into the valley. In front of me, as far as the eye can see, Cappadocia, perhaps the most amazing and unusual country that I have seen, stretches. I am in Turkey, in the central part of Anatolia. Continue reading