Turkish Heritage Tour

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Safranbolu houses under snow...

Safranbolu houses under snow...

Safranbolu Traditional House

Safranbolu Traditional House

Safranbolu

Safranbolu

Safranbolu

Safranbolu

Safranbolu World Heritage City. The name of the town derives from 'saffron' and the Greek word 'polis' (city), since Safranbolu was a trading place and a center for growing saffron.Today saffron is still alive at the village of Davutobası which is 22 km east of Safranbolu and probably one of the best quality saffron in the world.

Safranbolu World Heritage City. The name of the town derives from 'saffron' and the Greek word 'polis' (city), since Safranbolu was a trading place and a center for growing saffron.Today saffron is still alive at the village of Davutobası which is 22 km east of Safranbolu and probably one of the best quality saffron in the world.

Lonely Planet listed Kirkpinar Oil Wrestling Festival as one of the World’s Best Festivals in June – July.

Lonely Planet listed Kirkpinar Oil Wrestling Festival as one of the World’s Best Festivals in June – July.

Bank in Safranbolu

Bank in Safranbolu

On the roads...

On the roads...

Safranbolu

Safranbolu


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Safranbolu. Karabük, Türkiye http://www.biletbilet.com/etiket/459/karabuk-otobus-bileti

Safranbolu. Karabük, Türkiye http://www.biletbilet.com/etiket/459/karabuk-otobus-bileti

Safranbolu

Safranbolu

Safranbolu, Turkey was an important stop along the trading route between the East and the West. During the so called “golden age” of the city in the 17th century, it heavily influenced urban development and architectural style throughout the Ottoman Empire.

Safranbolu, Turkey was an important stop along the trading route between the East and the West. During the so called “golden age” of the city in the 17th century, it heavily influenced urban development and architectural style throughout the Ottoman Empire.

Ottoman style houses of Safranbolu, Turkey. Safranbolu's architecture influenced urban development throughout much of the Ottoman Empire and was a major centre of the saffron Trade. UNESCO World Heritage Site

Ottoman style houses of Safranbolu, Turkey. Safranbolu's architecture influenced urban development throughout much of the Ottoman Empire and was a major centre of the saffron Trade. UNESCO World Heritage Site

Konak

Konak

dag evi -( mountain home) - Abant  Turkiye

dag evi -( mountain home) - Abant Turkiye

Abant Lake, Bolu Turkey

Abant Lake, Bolu Turkey

Abant Gölü, Bolu, Turkey

Abant Gölü, Bolu, Turkey

safranbolu

safranbolu

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