Dakar: 7 Day Travel Guide & Itinerary

A thorough travel guide & itinerary on the bustling capital of West-Africa, Dakar. What to eat, where to visit, hidden gems and much more…

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One Day In Ankara: Exploring The Citadel And Witnessing Its Roman, Seljuk, And Ottoman Roots

The Ankara Citadel is the most touristic site of Turkey’s capital. It offers a wide range of things to do and places to explore. Read more!

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Kayaköy: A Ghost Greek Village in Fethiye, Muğla

The ghost Greek village of Karaköy is a remarkable and mysterious ancient landmark that is located in the southern Turkish city of Muğla.

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Ankara’s Mysterious Zir Valley and Remnants of a Byzantine, Armenian and Ottoman Past

In Ankara’s central district of Sincan, situated the Valley of Zir where there had once been a wealthy Armenian village named Stanoz.

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About Turkish Coffee and the Most Popular Coffee Shop in Istanbul, Mandabatmaz

Learn about the essentials of Turkish Coffee and Mandabatmaz Coffee Shop, the most famous and authentic coffee shop in Istanbul, Turkey.

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Top 10 Places to Visit in Ankara, Turkey

The list of top 10 attractions you must visit in the Turkish capital of Ankara! Click to find out about where to see in the city.

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Exploring the Roman Bath Open-Air Museum in Ankara

A Roman bath complex that is spread over a vast area of 65,000m2 in downtown Ankara. Click to read more about the Roman Bath of Ankara!

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Tazı Canyon: Antalya’s Secret Natural Wonder

“The Grand Canyon” of Turkey, Tazi Canyon, is a hidden natural landmark in the Southern Turkish province of Antalya.

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A Day in Downtown Şanlıurfa and Exploring City of Prophets

Explore Sanlifurfa, “The City of Prophets”, and its spicy cuisine, earthly beauties and millennia-old history. Click to read more!

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So full of ginger and pepper and other spices…

Take journey back in time to old India with the travels of Jean Baptiste Tavernier and Andy Hodgins’ absorbing narrative.

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1922 Yılında Çekilen Renkli İstanbul Fotoğrafları

1922 yılında İstanbul’a gelen fotoğrafçı Frédéric Gadmer ve Camille Sauvageot, şehrin paha biçilemez değerde renkli fotoğraflarını çektiler.

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