Nemrut Dagi, 1st cent. BC Mount Nemrut, Turkey Monument to Antiochus I, king of the Seleucid empire Notable for its inclusion of western Roman, as well as Middle eastern deities,( and animal guardian figures) Located at an elevation of 50m, the images face the direction of their respective origin

Nemrut Dagi, 1st cent. BC Mount Nemrut, Turkey Monument to Antiochus I, king of the Seleucid empire Notable for its inclusion of western Roman, as well as Middle eastern deities,( and animal guardian figures) Located at an elevation of 50m, the images face the direction of their respective origin

'Cappadocia' - This rocky landscape is honeycombed with networks of ancient underground settlements and outstanding examples of Byzantine art as well as its troglodyte dwellings carved out of the rock and cities dug out into underground, in the region of Central Anatolia, largely in Nevşehir Province, Turkey

'Cappadocia' - This rocky landscape is honeycombed with networks of ancient underground settlements and outstanding examples of Byzantine art as well as its troglodyte dwellings carved out of the rock and cities dug out into underground, in the region of Central Anatolia, largely in Nevşehir Province, Turkey

“In Eskisehir city of Turkey…this place called as “Aslantas” means Lion Stone…belongs to Phrygian civilization…its nearly 3000 years old monument…”

“In Eskisehir city of Turkey…this place called as “Aslantas” means Lion Stone…belongs to Phrygian civilization…its nearly 3000 years old monument…”

Bursa Gölyazı Köyü TURKEY

Bursa Gölyazı Köyü TURKEY

Castle of St. John - Selcuk, Turkey

Castle of St. John - Selcuk, Turkey

Harran was a major ancient city in Upper Mesopotamia Urfa province Turkey . It is famous for its traditional 'beehive' adobe houses, constructed entirely without wood. The design of these makes them cool inside (essential in this part of the world) and is thought to have been unchanged for at least 3,000 years.

Harran was a major ancient city in Upper Mesopotamia Urfa province Turkey . It is famous for its traditional 'beehive' adobe houses, constructed entirely without wood. The design of these makes them cool inside (essential in this part of the world) and is thought to have been unchanged for at least 3,000 years.

Kızören Obruk Lake, Konya, Turkey.

Kızören Obruk Lake, Konya, Turkey.

Hakkari Turkey

Hakkari Turkey

#Faralya not far away from #Oludeniz - just a piece of paradise on this cruel planet

#Faralya not far away from #Oludeniz - just a piece of paradise on this cruel planet

Sümela Manastırı - Trabzon, Turkey

Sümela Manastırı - Trabzon, Turkey

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