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Exploring Göreme National Park: A Journey Through Cappadocia’s Spectacular Landscape

Located in the heart of Turkey, Göreme National Park is a captivating destination that beckons travelers from around the globe. Encompassing an area of approximately 100 square kilometers in the historical region of Cappadocia, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is renowned for its otherworldly rock formations, ancient cave dwellings, and rich cultural heritage. Geological Wonders […]

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St. Paul and His Biblical Journeys

St. Paul is one of the most famous missionaries of early Christianity. Tarsus, his birthplace, is located in modern day Mersin, Turkiye and the major part of his journeys took place here. The majority of the early Christian communities that he established are also in Turkiye. There is no doubt that it is highly owed […]

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Izmir

Izmir

Izmir is the third largest city in Turkey with a population exceeding 4 million. It is located around a gulf that has a beautiful sunset. You have two ancient cities that are on the UNESCO World Heritage List, Ephesus and Pergamum. To know the extraordinary life of ancient times, this city will be the best […]

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Pergamon

Pergamon is an ancient city located in the Bergama district north of Izmir, Turkey. According to some records, Bergama means “high settlement/base” in the Hittite language and is known as Πέργαμος (Pergamon) in Greek. In written sources, the name of the city of Pergamon is mentioned for the first time at the beginning of the […]

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cappadocia

Cappadocia

Cappadocia is a touristic region in Turkey consisting of several provinces such as Nevşehir, Aksaray, Niğde, Kayseri and Kırşehir. The origin of the term Cappadocia is controversial. The word Cappadocia may have been derived from the word Katpatuka, which was used first by the Medes and then by the Persians, and finally by the Hellenes. […]

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Istanbul

Istanbul is the most populous city in Europe and Turkey with a population of more than 16 million. The city is divided into two parts as the European part and the Asian part by the Bosphorus strait and lies between the Sea of Marmara and the Black Sea. The city was founded under the name […]

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Sardis

Sardis is an ancient city located in the Salihli district of Manisa and was the capital of the Lydian civilization. The Lydians ruled this region between the 13th and 6th centuries BC. C. and is an important civilization of the Iron Age. Sardis is the place where the first coins were minted for the first […]

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Laodicea ad Lycum

Laodicea ad Lycum is an ancient city located in Denizli. It was founded in the third century B.C. by Antiochus II, the king of the Seleucid Empire in honor of his wife, Laodice. Being one of the seven cities of Asia mentioned in the Book of Revelation and housing a large population of Jews since […]

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Tire

Tire is a rural district in the south of İzmir whose physical features are made up by the alluvial plain of the Cayster River in the north and the mountains that separate this plain from the parallel alluvial valley of the Büyük Menderes River in the south, thus the main income of the town is […]

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