Turkey, Cappadocia
The slopes of the hills down the cascade of snow-white in the valley Lykos. At a distance, it seems that the unusual steps that form the baths with bright blue…

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16 facts about Turkey that will surprise even those who rest here every year
Many of us who every year go to Turkey to the sea with their children know the country only from one side. We decided to go a little further ...…

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"Last minute vouchers! Last minute tours! Last minute !!!" Come out, gentlemen ...
“Last minute trips, last minute tours,” is heard almost on every corner. “Last minute trips, last minute tours,” we read in almost all advertising magazines and newspapers. Remember - if…

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But there are a lot of monuments

Turkey. Temples – the pride of Turkey

On the issue of faith and tolerance. Very relevant – in the light of recent shelling and the complete destruction of the statues of the Buddha. “I don’t know a traveler,” wrote IA Bunin, “who did not repent of the Turks because they exposed the temple, deprived it of sculptures, paintings, mosaics …”. And we, who survived the most cruel and destructive 20th century, when thousands of temples were blown up, should thank the Turks for not blowing up, not tearing, not burning. In 1935, when by the order of Turkish President Kemal Ataturk, Hagia Sophia was turned into a museum, the restorers revealed part of the mosaic. Continue reading

Turkey. Izmir Historical monuments in Izmir.

Izmir, the second most important city of Turkey, and neighboring resorts on the Aegean Sea coast is a popular summer holiday destination for Ukrainians. Some of them, resting on the sea, buy day trips to nearby monuments. However, the excursion possibilities of the Aegean coast of Turkey, or Asia Minor, as the ancient Greeks called it, are far from being fully used in Ukraine. The ancient Greek name of Izmir is Smyrna. The city was founded in the second millennium BC. Unfortunately, Izmir was badly damaged by earthquakes, wars and fires. Continue reading

Sights of Turkey
This is one of the oldest cities in Eurasia and the cultural capital of Turkey. The favorite city of Agatha Christie with amazing panoramas spread on the shores of two…

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"Palandoken: reviews of skiers" or "Alpine skiing in Turkish"
In this article I will try to answer questions about the resort Palandoken, which probably long ago excite the minds of our alpine skiing community. Is it worth going to…

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Turkish history
The first great civilization in Turkey was the Hittite civilization, who worshiped the sun goddess and the storm god. The Hittites inhabited Anatolia from the Middle Bronze Age (1900-1600 BC),…

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Southern coast of Turkey: rest in low season
The advantages of a low season vacation in Turkey are obvious: it is easier and cheaper to book a hotel in Turkey, there are fewer people at resorts in Turkey…

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