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-Turkey Attractions October 24, 2016
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1 . Lake Van

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Sunset on Lake Van: Van cultural heritage and natural beauty of a city that can be experienced by Anatolian motifs with local tissues. Turkey’s biggest lakes in this province. Lake Van, the island hosts three: Akdamar most famous of these islands …

2 . Princes’ Islands

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Time to visit the island: at the beginning of the list of places to visit in Istanbul should definitely be visited islands. Especially Buyukada. Summer, the most suitable season to go to the islands…

3 . Antalya Kaş

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Internationally renowned: Demred Santa Claus Church has an international reputation, expertly carved into the mountain rock-cut tombs of the ancient city of Myra sights worth seeing. Kas 40 km. Here’s distance.

4 . Damlatas Cave

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Stalactites asthma is good: we can say very easily in a cave in the city of Alanya. The world-famous caves of Damlataş`T. Cave, as well as the enchanting beauty of asthma patients also known as the best incoming air.

5 .  Karain Cave

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The first civilization of today: Karain caves, and also in Turkey’s largest natural cave living among the people.

6 . Ashab – ı Kehf

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Ashab-i-Kahf visit: Quran-i Kerim said in the Qur’an seven sleepers cave is inundated with visitors each year. In most Quran translations and commentary, I stated that the Companions of the Cave in Tarsus` cave.

7 . Harran Houses

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A fairytale city of Harran Şanlıurfa’s 45 km. Harri güneydoğusundak, an important stopping point for combining Mediterranean and Mesopotamia. 5 thousand years of history. Since ancient times an important cultural center.

8 . Kultepe Kayseri Turkey

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Kültepe know the world: Anatolia’s oldest written sources in Kayseri of 8 km. east was found Kültepede. Kültepe excavation work closely followed by the whole world.

9 . Sinop Prison

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çilehane masters of the pen: built during the Seljuk Sinop Prison, until 1997, he was sent to prison continued as political prisoners. Museum Refik Halit Karay converted prison, Sabahattin Ali and I have stayed names like Necip Fazil trough.

10 . Selimiye Mosque

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Sinan’s masterpiece, the Selimiye in Edirne Selimiye Mosque, one of Mimar Sinan’s masterpiece. But also the culmination of Ottoman-Turkish architecture. Located inside the tile, lines, and all of the processing of marble and a separate work of art.

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