Beautiful old town, interesting shops, fascinating museums  - City of Safranbolu

Beautiful old town, interesting shops, fascinating museums - City of Safranbolu

15 incredible UNESCO sites you didn't know were in Turkey

16 incredible UNESCO sites you probably didn’t know were in Turkey

White Castle-Pamukkale, in Denizli Province in southwestern Turkey

15 incredible UNESCO sites you didn't know were in Turkey

16 incredible UNESCO sites you probably didn’t know were in Turkey

When the Greeks launched their thousand ships to recapture Helen of Troy, their destination was present-day Turkey.

One of the most famous archaeological sites in world -  Archaeological Site of Troy, Turkey

Did you know that the ancient city of was rebuilt 9 times? Imagine yourself tracing the remains of each city, while your kids play hide and seek around a replica of the famous

Divrigi Ulu Mosque is an ornately decorated mosque and medical complex built in 1228-1229 in the small eastern Anatolian town of Divriği, in Sivas province of Turkey. The exquisite carvings and architecture of both buildings put them among the most important works of architecture in Anatolia and led to their inclusion on UNESCO's World Heritage List in 1985. Of particular note are the geometrical and floral reliefs on the main door. #Divrigi #UluMosque #UNESCO #WorldHeritageSite #Tur

Divrigi Ulu Mosque is an ornately decorated mosque and medical complex built in 1228-1229 in the small eastern Anatolian town of Divriği, in Sivas province of Turkey. The exquisite carvings and architecture of both buildings put them among the most important works of architecture in Anatolia and led to their inclusion on UNESCO's World Heritage List in 1985. Of particular note are the geometrical and floral reliefs on the main door. #Divrigi #UluMosque #UNESCO #WorldHeritageSite #Tur

The square Mosque with its single great dome and four slender minarets, dominates the skyline of the former Ottoman capital of Edirne.

Selimiye Mosque in Edirne Turkey

15 incredible UNESCO sites you didn't know were in Turkey

16 incredible UNESCO sites you probably didn’t know were in Turkey

When the Greeks launched their thousand ships to recapture Helen of Troy, their destination was present-day Turkey.

15 incredible UNESCO sites you didn't know were in Turkey

16 incredible UNESCO sites you probably didn’t know were in Turkey

44 incredible views you'll only find on Turkey's Turquoise Coast newly named UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ephesus lies just northeast of Kuşadası, with excavated remains that reflect centuries of classical Greek and Roman history.

Xanthos-Letoon,  Capital of ancient Lycia. Remarkable archaeological complex.

Xanthos-Letoon, Capital of ancient Lycia.

On the summit of Nemrut Dağı colossal statues of divinities salute sunrise each and every morning. Considered the eighth wonder of the world, this gigantic funerary sanctuary was erected in the first century BC by King Antiochus I of Commagene and dotted with 10m-high statues of deities made of cut stone and the pyramid shaped tomb of the king himself. | Photo by @mightytraveliers. #Nemrut #UNESCO #WorldHeritageSite #Turkey #travel #Adiyaman #history #cultur

turkey_homeMassive sculptures years old whose story really comes to the fore during the stunning sunrises. No wonder this World Heritage Site is UNESCO approved!

Göreme National Park and the Rock Sites of Cappadocia. Simply breathtaking!  (Nevsehir,Turkey)

Goreme National Park & the Rock Sites of Cappadocia Turkey

The ancient Lycian capital of Xanthos, today in the village of Kinik, and the Lycian cultic center of Letoon are included on the UNESCO World Heritage List.|Photo by @erocan_erocan. #UNESCO #UnescoWorldHeritage #Turkey #Antalya #travel #culture #history #ancientsite #Lycia

The ancient Lycian capital of Xanthos, today in the village of Kinik, and the Lycian cultic center of Letoon are included on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Visit the enchanting and eternal city of Pamukkale. You will never forget it. | Photo by @canerixtk. #Turkey #Pamukkale #UNESCO #Traverten #Travel #Holiday #CottonCastle #WhiteStones

Stunning natural pools in Pamukkale Turkey .

To all the bookworms out there! Here is one of the worlds oldest libraries at Ephesus, Izmir. | Photo by @kach2monkeys. #Turkey #Izmir #Ephesus #Travel #History #Antic #Library #UNESCO #Bookworms

To all the bookworms out there! Here is one of the worlds oldest libraries at Ephesus, Izmir.

The Selimiye Mosque Mimar Sinan the architect, when reflection on his soul in his memoirs, used the metaphor of a compass: Steady as the pivot arm, not resting until he achieved his best and mobile as the drawing arm, relentlessly pursuing new horizons and ideas.Guided by these principles, he engineered his masterpiece, the Selimiye Mosque in Edirne , which is on UNESCO's World Heritage List.

The Selimiye Mosque Mimar Sinan the architect, when reflection on his soul in his memoirs, used the metaphor of a compass: Steady as the pivot arm, not resting until he achieved his best and mobile as the drawing arm, relentlessly pursuing new horizons and ideas.Guided by these principles, he engineered his masterpiece, the Selimiye Mosque in Edirne , which is on UNESCO's World Heritage List.

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