Macedonian Heritage In Turkey: Blaundos Ancient City

An ancient Macedonian city founded by Alexander the Great’s people on the highlands of Western Turkey: Blaundos Ancient City. Click to learn more!

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The Mysterious Han Underground City, Eskişehir

Anatolia abounds with mysterious archeological wonders and Han Underground City in Eskişehir (Western Turkey) is one of them. Let’s explore it together!

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Noravank Monastery: Pearl of Medieval Armenia

Travel back to the 13th century Medieval Armenia and explore Noravank Monastery, the pearl of medieval Armenian architecture. Click to read more!

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Kazan Karalar Roman Temple and Mariegordus Ancient City

Adding another place to our list of “Hidden Historical Gems of Anatolia”: Kazan Karalar Roman Temple and Mariegordus Ancient City! Click to read more!

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The Red Church: Cappadocia Off The Beaten Track

The Red Church is one of the oldest churches in Cappadocia! Click to read more about this hidden gem located in the remote suburbs of the Guzelyurt Region.

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Destruction in Syria 2020, Google Street View

Destruction in Syria 2020: a journey through Google Maps Street View, showing the aftermath of the civil war in war-torn Syria. Click to see more!

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Creepy Museum With Deformed Babies In Iran

A super creepy museum with deformed babies and bizarre fetuses exhibited in Isfahan, Iran. This museum will haunt you in your dreams.

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The Shipwreck Started Iron Age On North Sentinel Island

Discover the mysterious North Sentinel Island, its isolated tribesman and the wreck of a freighter which started the Iron Age on the pre-neolithic island!

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Termessos: The City Which Alexander Failed to Conquer

A city that is located so high on the mountains that even Alexander the Great failed to conquer it! Termessos is one of the most remarkable sites in Turkey!

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A Short Guide On Khor Virap Monastery, Armenia

As a Turkish traveller, I visited perhaps the most significant Armenian Orthodox in Armenia: Khor Virap

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