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Easthern Anatolia

VAN so much to visit

Being famous for its distinctive domestic cats, Van offers a ferry trip to a sacred destination- an evil eye bead for Turkey’s largest lake. This remote but important city is settled in a verdant oasis at the foot of a…

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KARS, A Winter’s TALE

Kars, a transit point between Anatolia and the Caucasus, has an outstanding beauty in itself, magnified by Ani Ruins- a medieval city once called “City of 1001 Churches”. Kars is located at the transit point from Anatolia into the Caucasus.…

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BITLIS The Witness tp Seljuk Renaissance

Bitlis, accommodating the largest Islamic graveyard, offers a deeper insight into a more peaceful everyday life. The lively city of Bitlis stands in the middle of a green oasis. The city’s architecture uses the local dark stone, with stone monuments…

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AGRI The Roof of Anatolia

Believed to be the lands where humankind expanded from the descendants of Noah, Ağrı invites you to İshakpaşa Palace, an emblematic of Ottoman architectural culture. Along the eastern borders of Turkey is Ağrı, one of the important cities of the…

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