Turkey is a country full of contrasts: imposing mountain ranges and fertile plains, lively bathing houses and deserted picturesque beaches, rapidly growing cities and sleepy villages.

It is full of multicultural history. It recalls siege and defeat that have left traces everywhere. With an array of historical places and archaeological excavation sites, each one deserves its place in the UNESCO World Heritage list: from Classical cities like Pergamon and Ephesus in the Turkish Aegean to fairytale-like Cappadocia in Anatolia, from stone churches to Roman aqueducts, from Byzantine churches to Ottoman mosques and palaces.

Cappadocia Region

Ruins of Ephesus

Aya Sofya Museum (Hagia Sophia)

Ayasofya Hürrem Sultan Hamamı

Lycian Way

Gallipoli Peninsula


Sumela Monastery

Kaputaş Beach

Ani City

Üçağız & Kekova Village

Kaçkar Mountains

Datça & Bozburun Peninsulas


Grand Bazaar (Market)

Nemrut Dağı National Park

Pamukkale Town

Mevlâna Museum

Safranbolu Town

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