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Ephesus Ancient City (Efes Antik Kenti) Izmir

It is a great loss to come to Aydın Kuşadası or Izmir Selçuk and not to see Ephesus Ancient City. When you decide to visit the ruins of Ephesus I would definitely recommend using the professional guidance service. Ephesus Continue reading »


Galata Tower Istanbul (Galata Kulesi) History Shines

Galata Tower Istanbul Built in 528, Galata Tower is located in the Galata district of Istanbul (the upper part of Karaköy) and is one of the most important symbols of the city. Continue reading »

istanbul istiklal street

Istiklal Street (Istiklal Caddesi) Istanbul - Heart of a Metropolitan

Istiklal Street is the most famous street and heart of Istanbul. Every year, millions of tourists start to visit Istanbul from here. The beginning of Istiklal Caddesi is Taksim Square and the end is called as Tünel. I suggest you start walking around Continue reading »

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Hagia Sophia Museum Istanbul - Architecture Will Fascinate You

The Hagia Sophia Museum is a church built in 532 at the command of Emperor Justinian. This structure, which was constructed with the collapse of a church in the same spot in the beginning, was built in a short period of time like 6 years. Justinian was bragged after such a splendid Continue reading »

Izmir clock tower symbol of izmir

Izmir Clock Tower (Saat Kulesi) is the Symbol

Izmir Clock Tower -originally Izmir Saat Kulesi- was built by French architect Raymond Charles Père at Izmir Konak Square and it is considered the symbol of Izmir. Clock tower was built in 1901 for the memory of Abdulhamid II (1876-1909)’s 25th anniversary of ascending to the throne. Originally, German Emperor Wilhelm II gifted the clock tower to Ottoman Empire. Continue reading »

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Rumeli Fortress Istanbul - Mehmed the Conqueror's Power

Rumeli Fortress is one of the symbols of Istanbul. Istanbul suffered many besieges before the siege of Fatih Sultan Mehmed in 1453. The Roman city walls surrounding the city could stop all previous encirclement. The very needs of the city were reinforced by sea when they were Continue reading »

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