Turkey’s World Heritage: Xanthos-Letoon on the historical Lycian Way

Xanthos-Lenoon is one of the most precious ones in Turkey's World Heritage. (Image Credit-Pinterest)

Turkey’s world heritage has always dazzled people from all around the world. Home to dozens of civilizations, Turkey hosts many outstanding historical sites. Because the country once was the cradle of deep-seated Greek and Roman civilizations. As summer is here and coronavirus restrictions have been lifted, you need to visit them soon. Troy, Ephesus, Hierapolis, Göbeklitepe, … Read more

Göbeklitepe: The Archaeological Site Appears as the Star of Virtual Tours

Göbeklitepe - The first temple of the world. (Image Credit-ITO Haber)

Göbeklitepe is the world’s oldest temple in the southeastern province of Şanlıurfa, Turkey.  This oldest temple of the world has been at the center of the world’s curiosity so far. As a result of this, people visited the site over 1.67 million times online at a time. As you know, Turkish authorities had later closed the … Read more

The 4 Most Popular Tourist Destinations of Turkey in 2019

Turkey is one of the most tourist attracting countries in the world.

Turkey’s tourism data has been announced recently. According to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism of Turkey’s announcement, Turkey reached 42.9 million visitor number. So, between the months of January and November last year, Turkey had reached these numbers. Turkey has hosted 48 million 46 thousand 732 visitors totally in the first 11 months in … Read more

A Guide for The Mystery Mountain: Nemrut

The summit of Mount Nemrut is home to one of Turkey's most iconic sights

The fascinating and scary funerary mound of King Antiochus I of the Kingdom of Commagene sits atop this 2,150-meter peak. Under the 50-meter-high, man-made burial mound, Antiochus’ tomb is said to be concealed. Though, despite extensive archaeological work here, his tomb has never been found. However, on top of the mound is one of eastern … Read more

Safranbolu: A Town of Traditional Houses

Safranbolu a town of Karabük is in Northwest of Blacksea Region and its population is nearly 50.000 people. Safranbolu’s history is approximately 3000 years old and hosts many different kinds of civilization in this time period. By means of these different civilizations today it reaches a very impressive cultural richness. Especially Ottoman Traces such as … Read more