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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), fighting with Egypt, where the great Ramses II ruled, they also captured Syria, but by the time the Achaean Greeks attacked Troy in 1250 BC, the Hittite empire began to decay. The great invasion of “sea people” from the Greek islands put pressure on the Hittites, and a mixture of minor kingdoms appeared at the bend of the border, which continued until Cyrus, the emperor of Persia (550-530 BC), did not attack Anatolia from the east. Continue reading
Cappadocia No words to describe it all! Maybe call it the eighth wonder of the world? Or a miracle of the East? Or maybe this unparalleled gift from Anatolian land, presented to it by geological collisions ?! No matter how it is called, and in order not to say, one thing is clear that Kapadokiya is a unique natural phenomenon, causing more and more deep emotions and delight, this is something that you definitely need to see!
This magical edge of the earth arose millions of years ago as a result of the eruption of ancient volcanoes such as Erciyes, Mount Hasan and Melendiz, which led to the hydrogenous deposition of tuff, and then for many centuries by wind and rainfall to the erosion of these layers, layers, turning all this is a miracle! Continue reading
What do you think when you hear the word “Turkey”? Of course, about luxury hotels on the coast of Turkey and cheap clothes. But not only Turkey is famous for its tourism business and bazaars. In Turkey, there is the only deposit in the world of sepiolite, or sea froth, a stone that once served the Ottomans instead of soap. Today they cut out rare beauty souvenirs from it. And sepiolitic tubes are recognized as the best in the world due to their grace and amazing properties. Continue reading