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    LYCIAN WAY

    by mtncorg Updated Aug 31, 2016

    Boldly advertised as one of the “World’s Ten Best Walks” by the Sunday Times, the Lycian Way is Turkey’s first long-distance walking path covering over 500 km from a point near Fethiye to another small town just outside Antalya. Marked with white-red blazes and signed at intersections, the Lycian Way covers a wide range of the sights of Lycia as well as covering some interesting terrain. I advice getting a copy of Kate Clow’s “The Lycian Way” - she was one of the main proponents for the walk. As with any walk, you can do the whole thing or pick out the best parts. The way wanders up and down and you need to be in reasonable shape before tackling any significant part of the trek. Time of year is also important – the summer heat is not a good time to be out walking on the Way. April-early May or October might be the optimal times though early in the season you might need an ice axe for those areas of the Way that get above 1800 meters elevation. Water is another important factor, with some, though not all water sources listed on the map that accompanies Clow’s book.

    Another website I recently ran across describes parts of the Way that he hiked over eight days.

    Southwestern Turkey where the Lycian Way runs
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    Birdwatching at Sultan Sazligi Bird Paradise

    by elgar22 Updated May 29, 2016

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    If you are interested in nature, especially birds, Turkey has approximately 500 species of birds to seek out. Sultan Sazligi is a bird reserve in the south of Turkey where you can relax in the pansion and enjoy birdwatching. There is a modest Pansion where you can stay which is a good idea if you want to be up with the many species of lark that you may see crested lark and calandra lark to name just two. there are three excursions offered - a boat trip on the lake, a jeep safari around reh park and a mountain birds trip all taken with a loca bird enthusiast to guide you. You can also do some birding under your own steam on foot.

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    Capadoccia

    by solopes Updated Mar 23, 2016

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    If you need a reason to visit Turkey, one word is enough - Capadoccia.

    Of course, you will see many other (also very interesting) places, but this area is... unique.

    A couple of days is enough, but Goreme, Uchisar, Zelve and Nevsehir are words that I will never forget, and strongly recommend.

    Zelve - Turkey
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    Istanbul

    by solopes Updated Mar 23, 2016

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    A bridge between two continents this immense city is a rich combination of cultures and civilizations.

    Original and adapted monuments of several epochs and religions are spread all over Istanbul, with a special care in everything that borders the narrow sea.

    A very beautiful city that I couldn't see deeply in the two days of my first visit but that i saw better this time during a week.

    Tips will come slowly (I still have dozens to post from somewhere else).

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    Mevlana Museum in Konya

    by hopang Updated Feb 2, 2016

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    Mevlana Museum is the most popular tourist attraction in the city of Konya. It is in fact the mausoleum of Jalal ad-Din Muhammad Rumi, a Persian sufi who was also known as Mevlana or Celaleddin Rumi. It also contains the tombs and shrines of his father Behaeddin Veled and his son Sultan Veled. This place was also the original lodge of Mevlevi whirling dervishes who were sufi Muslims. It is a holy place for Muslims as many Muslims come here to pray for the help pf Rumi. Nevertheless the Museum is opened to all public even though you are not a Muslim.

    Seljuk Sultan at one time invited Mevlana to come to Konya and presented him with a rose gargen. Rose garden can still be seen outside the Museum. Mevlana died in the third quarter of the 13th century and was buried here. His sucessor Husamettin Celebi constructed this mausoleum on his grave to dedicate to him in the late 13th century.

    Visitors have to remove their shoes before entering Tilavet (the Koran room) which is depicted in our second photograph. This Koran room is also known as the Calligraphy room as there are lots of calligraphy on display here. There are also lots of side rooms where visitors can view coffins of dervishes, models of dervishes and models of the religious dancing dervishes.

    Mevlana Museum opened to the public only from the year 1927. It is opened between 10.00 a.m. and 5.00 p.m. daily. Admission fee is only 5.00 Turkish lira (approximately €1.50) per adult. Mevlana Museum is certainly well worth a visit when you are in the city of Konya.

    Mevlana Museum in Konya Tilavet or Koran room at Mevlana Museum Models of dervishes at Mevlana Museum Models of dancing dervishes Models of dervishes at Mevlana Museum
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    The valleys of Cappadocia

    by hopang Updated Feb 2, 2016

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    We visited several valleys in Cappadocia. But we viewed these valleys only from the top of the valleys where there are good commanding viewing points, souvenir stalls and cafes. The valleys that we visited during our recent visit to Turkey were the Pigeon Valley, the Love Valley and the Rose Valley.

    Pigeon Valley is probably the most famous among all the valleys in Cappadocia. Pigeon Valley (as depicted on our first two photographs where you can see pigeons flying) was named after thousands of pigeon houses (dovecotes in Turkish) carved into cliffs and rocks since the Byzantine era. In olden days pigeons were used as carriers and their droppings used as fertilizers. There are hiking trails in the valley where visitors can walk from Uchisar to Göreme. If we were to visit Cappadocia again we will definitely walk the trails and have closer look at the cliffs, caves and rocks and the beautiful rock formations.

    Love Valley is located just outside the town of Göreme and Göreme Open-air Museum. It was so-called Love Valley (depicted on our fourth photograph) due to the fact that the peculiarly shaped long pillars rock formations look more like male reproductive organs. Some even called them c*ck rocks. Visitors can also wander the valley for free. These rock formations are certainly mother nature natural wonders. We also hope to take the trails here if we ever visit Cappadocia again.

    The third valley that we visited from the top of the valley was the Rose Valley as depicted on our last photograph. It is less well-known among the three valleys. Nevertheless viewing from the top of the valley is certainly amazing and breath-taking!

    Pigeon Valley in Cappadocia Pigeon Valley in Cappadocia Souvenir stall and cafe at the Love Valley Love Valley in Cappadocia Rose Valley in Cappadocia
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    Göreme Open-air Museum in Cappadocia

    by hopang Updated Feb 1, 2016

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    Göreme Open-air Museum is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Cappadocia. It contains lots of beautiful monasteries and cave chapels and churches with lovely frescoes, many of them are very well preserved. The Museum area is rather extensive. Visitors can see with their own eyes many old Byzantine settlements. They are certainly beautiful and breath-taking. Many of these settlements, monasteries, cave chapels and churches date as far back as from the 10th century.

    Göreme Open-air Museum in Cappadocia was declared as world heritage site by UNESCO in the year 1984. It was one of the first few sites in Turkey that were declared by UNESCO as world heritage sites. The Museum is opened to the public between 8.00 a.m. and 7.00 p.m. daily. Admission fee to the Museum is 25.00 Turkish lira (approximately €8.00) per adult. For those who fancy souvenirs to take home with them there are several souvenir shops in the premises of the Museum.

    We visited Göreme Open-air Museum in Cappadocia on 30th November, 2015 when the sky was quite cloudy but it did not rain that day. So those above images that we took in Cappadocia were not very clear unfortunately.

    G��reme Open-air Museum in Cappadocia G��reme Open-air Museum in Cappadocia One of the several cave churches Our souvenir snapshot at G��reme Museum Some of the Byzantine settlements at G��reme
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    Panoramic Cappadocia - bizarr rock formations

    by hopang Updated Jan 29, 2016

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    Cappadocia has one of the most beautiful landscapes in Europe! These landscapes were formed from volcanic rocks from the mighty volcanic eruptions of the Central Anatolian Plateau approximately 30 million years ago. These volcanic rocks were exposed to erosion by the adverse weather conditions such as wind, rains and storms over the centuries. They are soft in nature and therefore they can easily be worked with. Over the centuries cave houses and settlements, cave churches, underground cities and even secret tunnels were constructed inside these volcanic rocks. Underground cities and secret tunnels were constructed to escape persecution or when invaders came.

    Thousands of peculiarly shaped bizarr rock formations in the form of pillars, cones and "fairy chimneys" can be seen in large areas over Cappadocia. We had a close look at these bizarr rock formations near the towns of Urgup and Göreme. Rock formations in the shape of a camel (as depicted on our third photograph) and even a couple kissing (depicted on our last photograph) can be seen over the landscape near the town of Göreme.

    These are natural wonders and are certainly great tourist attractions. Don't miss the beauty of Cappadocia when you visit Turkey on your vacation one day. It certainly makes a very memorable and enjoyable trip! We visited and explored these strangely shaped bizarr rock formations on our birthday. We certainly enjoyed our trip to Cappadocia indeed!

    Panoramic Cappadocia - fairy chimneys Fairy chimneys near the town of Urgup Panoramic Cappadocia - shape of a camel Panoramic Cappadocia - strange rock formations Panoramic Cappadocia - a couple kissing!
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    Saratli Belediyesi Underground City in Cappadocia

    by hopang Updated Jan 28, 2016

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    There are hundreds of underground cities in Cappadocia and nobody knows exactly how many underground cities existed in Cappadocia as more and more underground cities are being discovered over the years. Underground cities were constructed since the Bronze Age and they were used mostly in Byzantine era as hiding places during wars, escape from persecution or when invaders arrived. Some of these underground cities are multi-levels with secret tunnels linking other underground cities nearby. These underground cities are certainly archaelogical tourist attractions.

    The underground city that we visited in Cappadocia is known as Saratli Belediyesi (Kirkgoz Yeralti Sehri) in Saratli Village between the towns of Aksaray and Nevsehir in Cappadocia. Many tourists stop by at this underground city on the way to Cappadocia. Saratli Underground City was constructed in the 7th century. It had self sufficient water well, wine cellar, kitchen, toilet, bathroom and living rooms in its premises.

    Saratli Belediyesi Underground City is not very large comparatively and visitors can visit it within half an hour. Warning:- Travel at your own risk! The Underground City is quite dark inside and the passage is narrow. The roofs in some places are quite low. Bring along a torchlight as a precaution. Those with medical problems should not attempt to get in!

    We understand that the deepest underground city in Cappadocia is Derinkuyu Underground City in Nevsehir. It is 85 meters deep and has 16 levels out of which 8 levels are opened to the public.

    Saratli Belediyesi Underground City in Cappadocia A water well inside Saratli Underground City Inside Saratli Belediyesi Underground City The dark Saratli Belediyesi Underground City Inside Saratli Belediyesi Underground City
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    Museum of Anatolian Civilizations in Ankara

    by hopang Updated Jan 28, 2016

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    The Museum of Anatolian Civilizations is located at the southern end of Ankara Castle known as Akkale in the district of Atpazari in Ankara. The Museum is located inside two old Ottoman buildings, i.e. Mahmut Pasa bazaar building and Kursunlu Han which was used as an inn. Mahmut Pasa bazaar building was constructed by Mahmut Pasa who was one of the ministers of Mehmed II the Conqueror in the 15th century. Kursunlu Han was also constructed by Mahmut Pasa as a foundation to finance Mehmed II the Conqueror.

    The Museum of Anatolian Civilizations was established in the early 20th century by the Director of Culture. It contains exhibits of Anatolian archeology and artifacts from excavations from many different era in Anatolia ranging from Paleolithic era to Ottoman era including Neolithic, Bronze Age and Hittite era. There are exhibits of gold, silver and bronze works dating as far back as the first millennium BC. Exhibits from the Temple of Augustus and Byzantine Baths can also be seen inside the Museum.

    The Museum is opened to the public between 9.00 a.m. and 6.00 p.m. daily. Admission fee to the Museum is only 15.00 lira (approximately €5.00) per adult considering that this is one of the most famous museums in Europe! The Museum of Anatolian Civilizations is undoubtedly the top tourist attraction in the city of Ankara. We visited only this museum when we were in Ankara. We were supposed to visit even the Temple of Augustus but did not make it there due to heavy rain that evening. For more images of the exhibits at the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations in Ankara you may visit our traveloques at our Turkey travel page.

    Perspective of a gallery inside the Museum Entrance to Museum of Anatolian Civilizations Replica of Hittite monument from Fasillar Neo-Hittite orthostat at Anatolian Civilizations Marble head of a Roman woman (center)
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    Hagia Sophia Museum in Istanbul in 2015

    by hopang Updated Jan 27, 2016

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    Hagia Sophia Museum in Istanbul is one of the most visited museums in the world. It is certainly one of the top tourist attractions in the city. The remains, art masterpieces, treasures and history of architecture of Byzantine Christian era and Ottoman Muslim era can be seen inside the Museum.

    Hagia Sophia came from Greek words Ayia Sofia meaning the holy wisdom. It was formerly a Christian basilica, then turned into a mosque and now a museum. Hagia Sophia was constructed in the year 537 AD under the reign of Byzantine Emperor Justinian I. It remained a basilica until the middle of the 15th century when Ataturk turned it into a mosque under the reign of the Ottomon Empire. It remained a mosque until early 1930s when it turned into a museum until today.

    It was the largest cathedral in the world since it was completed in 537 AD until the year 1520 when Seville Cathedral was constructed. The large dome on top of Hagia Sophia has a Byzantine architecture. Hagia Sophia was designed by Isidore of Miletus.

    Opening hours to Hagia Sophia Museum are between 9.00 a.m. and 7.00 p.m. daily during the summer months with shorter opening hours during the winter months. Admission fee is 30.00 lira (approximately €10.00) per adult.

    Hagia Sophia Museum in Istanbul Inside Hagia Sophia Museum in Istanbul View from 1st floor of Hagia Sophia Museum Hagia Sophia Museum in Istanbul Hagia Sophia Museum in Istanbul
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    Bosphorus cruise in 2015

    by hopang Updated Jan 27, 2016

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    We had a wonderful and memorable Bosphorus cruise on the second day (27th November, 2015) when we arrived in Istanbul. This cruise was solely for approximately 120 Danish and Swedish tourists from tour group TSS Scandinavia. In other words we chartered the whole ship. The cruise began at the piers from the Sea of Marmara at 4.00 p.m. and returned back to Istanbul at approximately 7.30 p.m.

    Bosphorus is a natural strait separating Asia Turkey with European Turkey although European Turkey makes up a small part of the country. Bosphorus Strait is approximately 30m kilometers long. It is the narrowest strait in the world linking the Sea of Marmara in the south with the Black Sea in the North. The width ranges between 750 meters and 3,500 meters. Deepest part of the Bosphorus is 120 meters.

    Along this narrow strait travellers can see lots of interesting attractions such as lighthouses, Galata Tower (depicted on our main photograph), several Ottoman Palaces, the impressive facade of Ciragan Palace Hotel Kempinski (depicted on our second photograph), impressive waterfront houses and residences, Rumeli Hisari fortress (depicted on our third photograph), the quarters of Bebek, Bosphorus Bridge which is the first bridge from the Sea of Marmara (depicted on our fourth photograph) and several mosques such as Ortaköy Mosque (depicted on our last photograph). We turnnd back to Istanbul before the Faith Bridge which is the second bridge between Asian Turkey and European Turkey. It was dark when we arrived at the piers in Istanbul.

    In our opinion Bosphorus cruise is a "must-visit" tourist attraction. There are lots of cruise operators to choose from with different price categories. There are even dinner cruises and more expensive yacht cruise. This was our second Bosphorus cruise. Don't leave Istanbul without taking any of these Bosphorus cruises!

    Galata Tower in Istanbul Ciragan Palace Hotel Kempinski in background Rumeli Hisari fortress in Istanbul Bosphorus Bridge between Asian and European sides Ortak��y Mosque in Istanbul
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    Amazing Cappadocia

    by angiebabe Written Oct 30, 2015

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    We were running a bit late as had taken a bit longer than planned finding and visiting a couple of sites in Aksaray (we should have stayed in Aksaray but maybe were not able to find anywhere to stay), that it was already getting dark so decided to stay the first night at Nevsehir - that took a while deciding where to stay as places were more expensive and the cheaper ones didnt seem very clean or much value.

    The next day we drove down to the Ilhara valley through old stone villages, that included villages that had also been involved in the Greek clearances, where we were for probably 2-3 hours visiting the cave churches in the cliffs along the river - and then a late lunch at Guzelyurt and a few other sites through to Derinkuyu - too late to get in to see the underground city there so went back there the next day.

    We had 2 nights in Goreme - the first of those 2 nights in a fairy chimney hotel room - ummed and wondered about whether to do a hot air balloon trip but decided it was a bit extravagant for the 2 of us - and drove around a lot of the area.

    Absolutely loved it here. Amazing scenery

    the Ilhara valley
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    UNESCO sites in Turkey

    by angiebabe Updated Oct 30, 2015

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    Unesco is an organisation that acknowledges sites that contribute to world heritage - particularly if at risk of being destroyed or deteriorating beyond resolve - and looking at ways to protect or assist the country that the site is in to look after it

    There are so many wonderful sites on the list - good to get an idea of what is possibly in the area of your destination - some of us like or have an obsession with visiting places on the list so that we can tick them off!

    You can become a member or subscribe to the organisations online mailing list for regular newsletters and even receive a map from them showing the sites around the world

    UNESCO list for Turkey:
    (* means Ive thankfully visited the site!)

    Göreme National Park and the Rock Sites of Cappadocia*
    Great Mosque and Hospital of Divriği
    Historic Areas of Istanbul*
    Hattusha: the Hittite Capital
    Nemrut Dağ
    Hierapolis-Pamukkale*
    Xanthos-Letoon*
    City of Safranbolu*
    Archaeological Site of Troy*
    Edirne's Selimiye Mosque and its Social Complex*
    Neolithic Site of Çatalhöyük

    Properties submitted on the TENTATIVE LIST (41):

    Ephesus (1994)*
    Karain Cave (1994)
    Sümela Monastery (The Monastery of Virgin Mary) (2000)
    Alahan Monastery (2000)
    St. Nicholas Church (2000)
    Harran and Sanliurfa (2000)
    The Tombstones of Ahlat the Urartian and Ottoman citadel (2000)
    The Citadel and the Walls of Diyarbakir (2000)
    Seljuk Caravanserais on the route from Denizli to Dogubeyazit (2000)*
    Konya-A capital of Seljuk Civilization (2000)
    Alanya (2000)
    Mardin Cultural Landscape (2000)
    Bursa and Cumalikizik Early Ottoman urban and rural settlements (2000)
    St.Paul Church, St.Paul's Well and surrounding historic quarters (2000)
    Ishak Pasha Palace (2000)
    Kekova (2000)*
    Güllük Dagi-Termessos National Park (2000)
    Archaeological Site of Aphrodisias (2009)*
    Ancient Cities of Lycian Civilization (2009) Patara* (being the capital city), Xanthos*, Pinara, Olympos, Myra* and Tlos.,,the other cities of Lycian League, many of those are well known from the systematic excavations, also form the coins and inscriptions namely Andriake, Sura, Kyaenai, Limyra, Theimmusa, Simena*, Istlada, Trebende, Aperlae.
    Archaeological Site of Sagalassos (2009)
    Archaeological Site of Perge (2009)
    Esrefoglu Mosque (2011)*
    The Archaeological Site of Göbeklitepe (2011)
    Hatay, St. Pierre Church (2011)
    Bergama (2011)*
    Aizanoi Antique City (2012)
    Historic City of Ani (2012)
    Archeological Site of Zeugma (2012)
    Gordion (2012)
    Historic Town of Birgi (2012)
    Mausoleum and Sacred area of Hecatomnus (2012)
    Medieval City of Beçin (2012)
    Historical Monuments of Niğde (2012)
    Yesemek Quarry and Sculpture Workshop (2012)
    Odunpazari Historical Urban Site (2012)
    Mamure Castle (2012)
    Haci Bektas Veli Complex (2012)
    Archaeological site of Laodikeia (2013)*
    Lake Tuz Special Environmental Protection Area (SEPA) (2013)
    Trading Posts and Fortifications on Genoese Trade Routes from the Mediterranean to the Black Sea (2013)
    The Ancient City of Sardis* and the Lydian Tumuli of Bin Tepe (2013)

    * = Unesco sites in Turkey that i have visited

    http://whc.unesco.org/en/interactive-map/

    Sultanhani - biggest of the Seljuk Karavanseray how many sites Unesco saved from this treatment? Xanthos -Unesco but mosaics preserved under stones Unesco sites Xanthos and Letoon Pammukale and Hieropolis
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    Bozcaada Island

    by angiebabe Updated Oct 26, 2015

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    this was a spur of the moment decision to take the car over on the ferry and have a night on Bozcaada island -it had a good write up in my Discover Turkey guide book and the guy selling the ferry tickets also seemed to think it was a good idea - and cheap as hadnt realised the price he told us was for a return, assuming it was just one way so it was nice bonus to find out that 50 lira covered both ways.

    On the island is the excellent and very photogenic Venetian castle and cobbled streets with cute old houses - including a Greek quarter. Theres a small marina and lots of interesting restaurants and out of town there are vineyards and wind farms and sea views.

    Venetian castle of Bozcaada beautiful scenes around the old town streets
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