14 Sites In Turkey Worthy Of Becoming UNESCO World Heritage Havens

These natural, historic and cultural sites in Turkey are listed as Unesco Tentative Heritage Sites. Click to read more!

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On Road to Pessinus: Shepherd’s Wisdom, Treasure Hunters’ Spoils

Visiting the ancient city of Pessinus and exploring the suburbs of Eskişehir. Moreover, I ran into a hidden necropolis with sarcophagi.

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Touring Aksaray – Day 5: Güzelyurt, The Most Overlooked Spot In Cappadocia

Is this the most underrated spot in Cappadocia? Let’s explore Güzelyurt, where you’ll find countless ancient ruins, far from the crowds.

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Touring Aksaray – Day 3: Ihlara Valley and Volcanic Rock Churches

In this article, we will hike through the historic Ihlara Valley, and explore the rock-hewn churches that date back as far as 1,600 years.

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St. Mercurius Underground City – Cappadocia

Located in the province of Aksaray, St. Mercurius Underground City was a shelter for the early Christians who were hiding from the Romans.

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A half-day walking tour of Ankara’s historic Ulus quarter – Roman baths, china shops and more

With its bustling streets, historical sites, restaurants, bazaars and stylish buildings, the distict of Ulus has its own unique character.

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Ancient Inonu Caves and Rock-Cut Settlements

In Ankara’s rural district of Güdül, there are the Inonu Caves, an ancient network of caves built by the Hittites, Byzantines and more.

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Kızılcahamam: Churches, Fairy Chimneys and Ancient Monastery

The historical sites of Ankara’s rural district of Kızılcıhamam. Caves, monasteries, churches, fairy chimneys and more.. Click to read 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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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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