Turquia

Turquia

İstanbul'da sokaklarında yürürken keyif aldığım, güler yüzlü insanlarını gördükçe mutlu olduğum bir yer Beşiktaş. Tarihe tanık binaları, deniz kokan sokakları, cıvıl cıvıl kafeleriyle başka bir dünya var Beşiktaş'ta.

İstanbul'da sokaklarında yürürken keyif aldığım, güler yüzlü insanlarını gördükçe mutlu olduğum bir yer Beşiktaş. Tarihe tanık binaları, deniz kokan sokakları, cıvıl cıvıl kafeleriyle başka bir dünya var Beşiktaş'ta.

Sultan Ahmed Mosque, Istanbul, Turkey

Sultan Ahmed Mosque, Istanbul, Turkey

adsertoris: Amynthas Rock Tomb, Fethiye, Turkey Amynthas Rock Tomb are a 10-minute walk from Fethiye’s town center. The tombs are a relic of the Lycian civilization and dates back to the 4th century BC. see also Lycian Turkey - Tombs of Ancient Lycia

adsertoris: Amynthas Rock Tomb, Fethiye, Turkey Amynthas Rock Tomb are a 10-minute walk from Fethiye’s town center. The tombs are a relic of the Lycian civilization and dates back to the 4th century BC. see also Lycian Turkey - Tombs of Ancient Lycia

Original Vintage 1920s ISTANBUL Travel Poster TURKEY

Original Vintage 1920s ISTANBUL Travel Poster TURKEY

Inside the Hagia Sofia in Istanbul, Turkey #travel #photography

Inside the Hagia Sofia in Istanbul, Turkey #travel #photography

modarella: Bir İstanbul Masalı

modarella: Bir İstanbul Masalı

Beyşehir,Konya.(Eflatun Pınar)

Beyşehir,Konya.(Eflatun Pınar)

Nymphe Su perisi. Allianoi, Bergama, İzmir

Nymphe Su perisi. Allianoi, Bergama, İzmir

Nemrut or Nemrud is a 2,134 m (7,001 ft) high mountain in southeastern Turkey, notable for the summit where a number of large statues are erected around what is assumed to be a royal tomb from the 1st century BC. In Armenian legend, Hayk defeated the Biblical king Nimrod (equated with Bel) and buried him in these mountains. The conquering Arabs gave many ancient ruins they encountered the name Nimrud, including the famous Assyrian capital.

Nemrut or Nemrud is a 2,134 m (7,001 ft) high mountain in southeastern Turkey, notable for the summit where a number of large statues are erected around what is assumed to be a royal tomb from the 1st century BC. In Armenian legend, Hayk defeated the Biblical king Nimrod (equated with Bel) and buried him in these mountains. The conquering Arabs gave many ancient ruins they encountered the name Nimrud, including the famous Assyrian capital.

Pinterest
Ara