Istanbul has a history of about 3,000 years. Throughout history, this city has been known by different names: Byzantium, Constantinople, and Istanbul. In 638 BC, the King Byzas came to the Sarayburnu region. The migrating Greek colony had settled here. The founder of the city, Byzas, gave it the name Byzantium. During the time of the Roman Empire (324 AD), …
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Niğde is an Anatolian city that should be seen in our country, with a deep-rooted culture, natural beauties, local flavors, and hot springs.
Mardin is one of the most astonishing cities of the Southeastern Anatolia Region with its long history and many natural beauties. The history of Mardin goes back to 3000 BC. Over its long history from past to present day, the city has hosted many different civilizations, sects, and ethnic groups. Marde means “City of the Castles” in Syriac. The name …
Kastamonu is a settlement within the Hittite Empire. Later, it entered under the Phrygian and Lydian Kingdom’s rule. In 3 BC, it came under Persia’s rule.
Trabzon, a place that reflects the unique nature and historical experience of the Black Sea Region, is one of the most important cities in the region.
As one of the favorite provinces of Thrace, Tekirdağ is famous for rakı and meatballs. Bordering on both the Black and Marmara Seas, this beautiful city is surrounded by İstanbul, Edirne, Çanakkale, and Kırklareli provinces.
Having witnessed civilizations such as Byzantine, Iranian, Seljuk, and Mongolians, Tokat is located in the middle of Samsun, Sivas, Amasya, and Ordu provinces.
One of the oldest and most important cities of Central Anatolia is Sivas. Cultural richness and climate differences make it a special city.
Sinop is where Boztepe Cape and the Black Sea meet. Boztepe Cape was a castle town and its port was used frequently during the Ancient Period.