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Places To Be Seen in Turkey?

  1. Anıtkabir – ANKARA

It is located in Çankaya, the central district of Ankara. Turkey’s founding leader Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, the republic where the tomb is located in Ankara Anıttepe. Many local and foreign tourists visit here during the year. This is the first place you should go when your way to Ankara.

Anıtkabir – Ankara

2. Blue Mosque, Istanbul

It is located in Sultan Ahmet Square in Fatih. It was built by Ahmet I for architect Sedefkar Mehmet Aga. Sultan Ahmet Mosque, which was built with the style of Mimar Sinan, is located directly opposite Hagia Sophia. Since it is located opposite the Hagia Sophia, it was built in accordance with its glory. Sultan Ahmet Mosque, built on a large courtyard, has 6 minarets.

Blue mosque

3. Miniaturk, Istanbul

We Tiny Turkey or Turkey’s playground with miniature say the other name that has a magnificent structure in our city Istanbul Golden Horn. This park serves as the only one in our country which is rarely seen in the world. Miniatürk was put into service in 2003 as a result of two years of work in 2001. Well, what’s in this park. If you say why it’s so important, here’s the answer. Would you like to visit different cities of our country and see the most beautiful buildings? I think everybody would.

Miniaturk

Well, if I told you that you have the chance to visit the most beautiful buildings in our country in 2 hours, would you be surprised? I think you’d be surprised. This is the place you will be surprised. This park is tiny in Turkey, as I mentioned above.

122 works in our country are exhibited here by reducing their original size by 1/25. These works provide information in 9 different languages. So you can visit Lake Balikli without ever going to Urfa. Or you can visit Anıtkabir without going to Ankara. There are 122 works like this.

4. Dolmabahce Palace, Istanbul, Turkey

Well, if I told you that you have the chance to visit the most beautiful buildings in our country in 2 hours, would you be surprised? I think you’d be surprised. This is the place you will be surprised. This park is tiny in Turkey, as I mentioned above.

Dolmabahce Palace

122 works in our country are exhibited here by reducing their original size by 1/25. These works provide information in 9 different languages. So you can visit Lake Balikli without ever going to Urfa. Or you can visit Anıtkabir without going to Ankara. There are 122 works like this.

5. Hagia Sophia, Istanbul

515/5000Hagia Sophia was a place of worship that once served various religions for centuries. It was built in 537 and began as a Greek Eastern Orthodox basilica, home to the Patriarchate of Constantinople.

It became a mosque in 1453, remained in this way until 1931 and was closed. It was reopened in 1935 as a museum. It was once the largest cathedral in the world, and once it was an excellent example of Byzantine architecture, it inspired other mosques, including the Blue Mosque.

6. Grand Bazaar, Istanbul

The Grand Bazaar is a must-see for visitors. It is one of the largest covered market areas in the world with 5,000 stores. The market, which attracts more than a quarter of a million visitors a day, is a market selling many products such as jewelery, flying or missing carpets, spices, antiques and hand-painted ceramics.

Grand Bazaar

7. Hagia Sophia Museum, Istanbul

Hagia Sophia Museum, which is the 8th Wonders of the World; It is located in Sultan Ahmet Square in Fatih, opposite the Sultan Ahmet Mosque. Hagia Sophia; It was built by Byzantine Emperor Justinian I as a church. Hagia Sophia, which was used as a church for 916 years, was used as a mosque in 1453 when Fatih Sultan Mehmet conquered Istanbul.

Hagia Sophia’s architectural structure and decorations without any damage to some of the visuals were covered and turned into a mosque. Today it is used as a museum. The entrance of the museum, which is open every day except Monday, is for adults; 25 TL is free for those under 18 and with a museum card.

Hagia Sophia Museum

8. Ishak Pasha Palace – Ağrı

Dogubeyazit 5 km away from the steep rocks are located.Türkistan, Seljuk and Ottoman architecture features a combination of the full 116 rooms.

Ishak Pasha Palace

9. Amasya Houses – Amasya

These houses, which are located on the edge of Yeşilırmak and have all the characteristics of the Ottoman houses, are one of the best reasons to see the city.

Amasya Houses

10. Mardin Stone Houses – Mardin

Mardin is a city where religions are blended. Especially the stone houses attract the attention of the city, you will be fascinated with the visual.

Mardin Stone Houses

11. Ancient City of Ephesus – İzmir

An ancient city of 4 thousand years. It is a tourism center with its churches, fountains, bazaars, caves and everything.

Ephesus Ancient City
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