81 Fascinating photos from 81 provinces of Turkey

Halfeti Sanliurfa Underwater

Turkey’s has a variety of natural differences on its provinces. The climate, history, geographical location and landscape differs from every region and also inter-region. This variation creates a selection of natural beauty and  rich cultural  heritage. 

The social-content website onedio.com published a fascinating photo set of Turkey’s 81 provinces.

Adana

Sabancı Central Mosque. Photograhp, Ali Başarır.
Sabancı Central Mosque. Photograhp, Ali Başarır.
Sabancı Central Mosque. Photograhp, Ali Başarır.

Adıyaman

Nemrut Mountain. Photo credit: Coolbiere. A.

Nemrut Mountain. Photo credit: Coolbiere. A.

Afyon

Frig Valley. Photo credit: Hümeyra Çelik.

Ağrı

İshak Paşa Palace and Ağrı Dağı view. Photo credit: Nuro Aksoy.

Amasya

Tombs of the Kings and night view of Amasya. Photo credit: Can Eser.

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Ölüdeniz

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Cehennem Deresi Canyon-The Unknown Great

Cehennem Ceresi Canyon

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