The oldest area of Turkey in Central Anatolia

As we know that geography of the world has been changing since the beginning of the world. The earth is 4.5 billion years old. Everything started with super continental structure and this super continental structure began to break down. Today’s earth and […]

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Amasya; the city of Ottoman princes’

We have a city that is located on Central Black Sea region. It is a cute and historical city. Also it was established on the skirts of mountains. It is dated back to Hittite Empire. Also this region protected its importance in […]

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Phrygian caves in Small Asia

Phrygian civilization is one of the oldest settlements of Small Asia. As it was, they didn’t leave too much clues to know them very well. But the caves which were used as home by Phrygians were discovered. Phrygian reigned the Western central […]

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Archeaological findings on Mt.Cilo

Mt.Cilo is one of the secret natural beauties in Turkey. It is located in the south eastern of Turkey (Hakkari province). The highest peak is 4135 mt. It is a natural beauty and the territory is full of colorful flowers. The wall […]

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Historical Hercules carving in Bursa

There used to be ancient stone mine in the border of Iznik county and Hercules was the god which protected the workers. A Hercules carving was made in order to worship. It was carved in 3rd century AD. It means that it […]

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A Byzantian Fortress; Yoğurtçu Fortress

A typical Byzantian fortress was built in Western Anatolia (today’s Manisa province) in order to stop Turkish attacks to Byzantine Empire. It was built around 11th and 12th century. It is a model of Byzantine fortress architecture. It provides valuable information on […]

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The most beautiful palace of the world; Topkapı Palace

According to an international survey, Topkapı Palace of Istanbul was voted as the most beautiful palace. Topkapı Palace which had been the headquarter of Ottoman Empire for 600 years has also a special place among other palaces of the world. Topkapı Palace […]

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Brain surgeries in Anatolia (pre-historic age)

If you imagine that pre-historic age people were very primitive, this article may change your vision. A skull which was discovered in Aşıklı ancient site of Aksaray province is around 9500 years old. It belongs to a woman. The most interesting point […]

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Small St.Sophia of Central Anatolia

When we have a conversation on St.Sophia, mostly the church in Istanbul is remembered. There is a point that there are a lot of St.Sophia churches in Anatolia. Emperor Theodosius had this church built in 385 AD. It was constructed in the […]

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A new site for UNESCO; Arslantepe ancient site

As we have stated for several times, Turkish landscape is an archeaological treasure for the world. Its background is dated back to pre-historic ages. Also the civilizations grew up here. Arslantepe ancient site is known as “the oldest city state” in this […]

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