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Travel to Turkey

Travel to Turkey

Turkey is one of the most touristic countries in the world. From the beginning of history, the land of Anatolia has been one of the first lands to be inhabited by different ethnic groups with different cultures. Turkey is one of the countries that can be visited all year round, so the Turkish tour is a popular tour, especially among Iranians.

Turkey is the cradle of culture and the capital of civilization and the junction of the two continents of Asia and Europe. Join in the fun to explore the sights, shopping malls, hotels, culture and customs, food and more about Turkey.

Turkey is a Eurasian country with a large part of the country, Anatolia or Asia Minor in southwest Asia and the Middle East, and a small part called Thrace in the Balkans (a region in southeastern Europe). Turkey is bordered to the east by Iran, the Republic of Azerbaijan (Nakhchivan), Armenia and Georgia, to the southeast by Iraq and Syria, and to the northwest (European part) by Bulgaria and Greece. Turkey also borders the Black Sea to the north, the Sea of ​​Marmara and the Aegean to the west, and the Mediterranean Sea to the southwest. The two strategic straits of Bosphorus and Dardanelles are also owned by Turkey.

Currency: New Turkish Lira
Capital: Ankara
Official language: Turkish
Religion: 97% are Muslims, most of whom are Sunnis, and 15 to 25% are Alawites.
Climate: Mountainous and relatively rainy
Best time to travel: spring and summer
Turkish tourist attractions
Turkey has many historical and cultural monuments from ancient times, which have made this country a great museum. The most spectacular places in Turkey are Sultanahmet Mosque, Dolmabahçe Palace, Bosphorus Strait, Galata Tower, Topkapi Palace, Rostam Pasha Mosque, Hagia Sophia Mosque and Museum, Aydin Delta National Park, Roman Bath, Sulaimaniyah Mosque, Karaja Cave, Museum and He named the Ataturk House in Alanya, National Park, Turgut Falls, Amos.

The most spectacular cities in Turkey are Istanbul, Ankara, Antalya and Alanya. However, it should be noted that some cities in Turkey have only one recreational aspect, and some cities have administrative and commercial centers in Turkey. In this section, these tourist attractions will introduce you.

Istanbul's sights
Istanbul is the largest city in Turkey and the third largest tourist city in the world in terms of the number of foreign tourists. Istanbul's tourist attractions abound. If you choose to travel to Istanbul, don't miss visiting mosques and palaces, museums and historic markets.

Hagia Sophia
The mosque attracts tourists to Istanbul due to its amazing architecture, magnificent interior and historical significance. Between 532 and 537, the building was a church for a thousand years. Then, from 1453 to 1934, when it became a museum, it was a mosque.

Sultan Ahmad Mosque (Blue Mosque)
Sultan Ahmad always wanted to build a mosque to compete with the Hagia Sophia Mosque, and almost everyone agrees that he has succeeded. This mosque is another major tourist attraction in Istanbul.

Topkapi Palace (Topkapi Sarai)
The palace was the home of the Ottoman sultans from 1465 to 1856 and is one of the most popular attractions in Istanbul. It has unique architecture and beautiful courtyards. The palace became a museum in 1924, shortly after the Ottoman period. Topkapi Palace was also the site of the royal shrine.

Delmeh Baghcheh Palace
Located along the Bosphorus Strait, the palace is of great historical beauty and importance. Delmeh Baghcheh Palace was built in the 19th century, and the last Ottoman sultans used it as their primary residence and seat of government. The interior and exterior architecture of this palace is a combination of Arabic and European designs that can only be seen at this intersection of the two continents.

Istanbul Grand Bazaar (Kapali Charshi)
Istanbul's Grand Bazaar, also known as Kapali Charshi in Turkish, is located one mile west of Sultanahmet and is one of the largest indoor shopping malls in the world. The products sold include carpets, rugs, and clothing, as well as handicrafts, art, and chess. There are many restaurants, cafes and mosques in this market.

Istanbul Archaeological Museum
The museum houses millions of antiques. The museum itself opened in 1891 and is actually three separate buildings that include the Museum of the Ancient East. The museum is located near Topkapi Palace.

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