Rock-cut tombs in Myra, An ancient town in Lycia, Turkey. Myra was a town of Lycia about 85 miles from Antalya, Turkey (biblical Attalia, Acts
Kanuni Sultan Süleyman Türbesi: it is an Ottoman imperial mosque, being the second largest mosque in the city. This is located on the second Hill of Istanbul, Turkey and is one of the best-known sights of the city.
Interior view of the Hagia Sophia, showing Islamic elements on the top ofthe main dome, Turkey. The Hagia Sophia originally built as a Christian church by Roman Emperor Justinian I in Constantinople (aka Istanbul).
Turkey, what a skyline, glorious! It was Istanbul, then Constantinople.
Lycian Tombs,Turkey - the whole household has to be killed to be buried with their master when he dies!
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Really Great Resource of Mount Ararat, Turkey. Know More about Mount Ararat, Turkey here
Lycian rock-cut tombs above Dalyan river, Kaunos, Turkey. Above the river's sheer cliffs are the weathered façades of Lycian tombs cut from rock, circa 400 BC. The ruins of the ancient trading city of Kaunos are a short boat trip across the river.
The Galata Tower (Turkish: Galata Kulesi), also called Christea Turris (Tower of Christ) by the Genoese and Megalos Pyrgos (The Great Tower).
Favorite part of the city: ferry ride seeing these beautiful waterfront homes…