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Regions of Turkey

Regions of Turkey

Regions of Turkey

The Mediterranean

The "Turkish Riviera" or "Mediterranean coast" bathed in sunshine 300 days a year, 1075 km of sandy beaches, bordered to the south by the Mediterranean and to the north by the Taurus Mountains is one of the most beautiful regions in the world. world. Antalya, "earthly paradise", a story dating back to 50,000 BC J.C. is full of ancient sites. To the west of Finike is Demre where Santa would have lived. To the east of Antalya, Pamphylia, the ancient city of Pergé founded by the Hittites. Ancient sites such as Olympos, Myra, Simena, Patara, Kemer, Aspendos, Perge, Xanthos, Side, Tarsus, Antioch region. The city of roses, Isparta is one of the most important centers of rose perfume production.

The Aegean Coast

Coves and peninsulas, more than 2800 km of beaches besides the ancient sites such as Karacasu (Aphrodisias), Behramkale (Assos), Bodrum (Halicarnassus), Dalyan (Caunos), Çeşme, Datça (Knidos), Ephesus, the house of the Virgin Mary, Foça (Phocaea) and Lake Bafa, Kuşadası, Özdere (Claros), Labranda, Lagina, Marmaris, Pamukkale (Hierapolis), Laodicea, Pergamum, Priene, Miletus, Didyma, Sardis, Teos are in this region. İzmir, "the Pearl of the Aegean" 2nd export port after Istanbul is one of the most beautiful cities in the region. Kütahya is famous for its faience and Ottoman architecture. The area is also known for its seaside resorts such as Kuşadası, Bodrum, Marmaris ...

The Marmara Region

This region is surrounded by the Black Sea, Bulgaria, Greece, to the west by the Aegean Sea, to the east and south the regions of the Black Sea, Central Anatolia and the Aegean. It includes the whole European part of Turkey: Thrace. A unique sea route across two continents: Asia and Europe. The Bosphorus and the Dardanelles connect the Sea of ​​Marmara to the Black Sea and the Aegean Sea. The ancient sites in the region are: Troy, not far from the Aegean Sea, mentioned for the first time by Homer, it is at the center of many legends, Behramkale (Assos), İznik (Nicéa), Kazdaǧı (the Mount Ida).

You can attend the ANZAC Memorial Day (Australian and New Zealand troops) which is held every year to commemorate the Battle of Dard

The Black Sea Region

This shifting region is home to half of the 7,000 plant species growing in Turkey. It is the world center of hazelnut production. Thanks to its immense beaches and magnificent forests, it is possible to practice various activities such as hunting and fishing, trekking and rafting on the Çoruh River. Trabzon, a city founded in the 8th century BC J.C. where is located The monastery of Sümela (XIV century) is one of the most important monuments of the region.

Central Anatolia

The region is the cradle of the world's oldest civilizations; the Hattis, Hittites, Phrygians, Galatians, Romans, Byzantines, Seljuks and Ottomans left their traces. Ankara, the capital of Turkey, is at the center of this region. The Mausoleum of Atatürk, called Anıtkabir and the Temple of Augustus dating from the 2nd century AD are located in Ankara. The tomb of the popular poet Yunus Emre, who lived in the 13th century, is located in Eastern Eskişehir, Sarıköy, which hosts the annual Yunus Emre International Culture and Art Week. Cappadocia, with its troglodyte villages, underground towns, fairy chimneys and rock churches attracts more and more visitors every year. The city of the Whirling Dervishes, Konya is located south of Cappadocia. The Hattuşaş (Hattousa) site is part of the world's cultural heritage inscribed on the UNESCO list.

Eastern Anatolia

The eastern part of the Anatolian plateau includes Turkey's highest peak, Grand Ağrı (5,137 m.), Reşko Peak in the Cilo Mountains (4,135 m.) And Mount Süphan (4,058 m.). A region crossed by history and religions: Byzantine churches and monasteries, Seljuk mausoleums and caravanserais, elegant mosques and citadels Ottoman parent on both sides this beautiful region. Unique places: Mount Aǧrı, Lake Van and Urartean citadel (cuneiform inscriptions) and Akdamar Island (10th century church), Seljuk buildings of Erzurum, Ishak Paşa Palace, the castle from Hoşap are also located in the area. Waterways like The Tiger and the Euphrates are an ideal course for rafting and canoeing. In addition it is possible to ski in winter resorts and trekking in the area.

 Southeast Anatolia

The region is symbolized by the city of Adıyaman with Mount Nemrut. As for Gaziantep, famous for the richness of its culinary tradition, houses the ancient city of Zeugma, famous for its mosaics decorating the s of Roman residences. Nowadays, it is possible to admire these mosaics in the museum created for this purpose. Karkamış, founded where the Euphrates River crosses the Turkish-Syrian border, is an important historical center. The village of Yesemek, office of open-air sculpture workshop founded between 1200 and 800 BC. J.C. Thus the region has more than 200 Hittite sculptures. Şanlıurfa, where Abraham was born, is the city where the fish lake is. Mardin, city museum with its historic houses, known for its fortress (10th century AD), its mosques, the Great Mosque (12th century) and the Medersa Kasımiye (15th century) and for its bridges.

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