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The Çanakkale Martyrdom is located at the very end of the Gelibolu Peninsula.
Canakkale war took place between 1915 and 1916 between the Ottoman Empire and the Allied Powers in Gelibolu peninsula. In the martyrdom there are more than 60,000 Turkish soldiers who lost their lives in this war and more than 250,000 Australian, New Zealand, British and French soldiers' tombs and memorials.
Many local and foreign tourists visit here every year.
Bursa Grand Mosque, a mosque that Yıldırım Beyazıt Khan built as a sign of gratitude to Allah for the Battle of Niğbolu, is one of the top historical monuments of the Ottoman Empire that reached today.
Bursa Grand Mosque is a structure that taken part among Turkey's largest mosques.
Masukiye where located in Kocaeli province that 120 km from Istanbul is one of Turkey's paradise resort.
When you move from Maşukiye that covered with apple, walnut and cherry trees to Kartepe road, you can reach the Trout Valley which is full of fish restaurants. There are fish restaurants on both sides of this valley. In the natural environment of Masukiye, you can have a pleasant time accompanied only with the sounds of birds and the sound of water flowing from the waterfalls
Architect Sinan built Selimiye Mosque in the time of Ottoman ruler Second Selim. The mosque is located at the highest point of Edirne which was the capital of the time. Selimiye Mosque, which was completed between 1568 and 1574, is the greatest work of Ottoman-Turkish architecture. It has four minarets with three balconies.
Selimiye Mosque is also important for marble, tile and calligraphy. The interior of the building is decorated with Iznik tiles. The meeting place of the Sultan just below the big dome, has 12 marble columns.
Agios Yannis Church is located on Asiklar Hill of Cunda Island in Balıkesir Province.
The church, which was built by two monks of Edremit, was connected to the Fener Greek Patriarchate in Istanbul during the time of Patriarch Theodosios. This structure, which was destroyed in time, was restored by Rahmi Koç and turned into a library.
Sumela monastery carved into the rock and Turkey is one of the important places worth seeing. It was founded during the reign of Byzantine Emperor Theodosius I (375-395) by two priests from Athens.
The monastery was protected by the Ottoman sultans after the eastern Black Sea coast came under Turkish rule.
The frescoes in the monastery contain scenes from the Bible. In addition, the depictions of the life of Jesus and the Virgin Mary occupy an important place.
The main parts of the monastery; the main rock church, a few chapels, a kitchen, student rooms, guest house, library and holy spring.
Ayder Plateau is one of the most important tourist centers that come to mind in the Black Sea.
With its wooden houses, natural beauties, Gelin Tülü Waterfall and hot springs attract many tourists from abroad.
The plateau, which also hosts many comfortable hotels, is ideal for a quiet and peaceful holiday.
When you go to Antalya you should definitely see Manavgat Waterfall. The waters that accumulate from the mountains advance to the cliffs on the coast of the city. From here, it falls down to about 4 thousand meters and meets the sea.
Manavgat Waterfall is a place to visit with its picnic and camping areas besides its visual beauty.
Anıtkabir was built after the death of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, one of the most important leaders of the Turkish nation and the world.
Ataturk's special belongings, clothes, medals, photographs, gifts presented to him, documents about Ataturk are displayed in Ataturk Museum located in Anıtkabir. Also Ataturk Library's that established in 1967 and the Turkey's second President Ismet Inonu's tomb is located also in this structure.
Anitkabir is a magnificent and worth seeing building that is visited by millions of people from all over the world.
Cappadocia is a region that occured 60 million years ago as a result of natural conditions by the volcanic mountains' the lava and ashes sprayed.
Formerly known as Katpatuka, Cappadocia means "the land of beautiful horses" in Persian language.
Cappadocia, the land inhabited by the Hittites was become the home of many civilizations and one of the most important crossing points of the historical Silk Road.
After the death of Mevlana a mausoleum was built on the tomb of Mevlana in the time of his son Sultan Veled Mevlana. The building renovated in 1954 and was renamed as Mevlana Museum.
Inside the museum, there are the Rose Garden, many entrance gates, the Tomb Entrance, Tilâvet Room (the Holy Quran recited room), Şadırvan, Vâlideler Cemetery, the Specialized Library and the tombs built for a few important people.
Mevlana Museum continues to be one of the most important buildings visited by thousands of local and foreign tourists every year.
Nemrut Lake, took its name from Nemrut the King of Babylon who lived in BC 2100. It is Turkey's largest and the world's second largest crater lake. Nemrut Lake, which the deepest point is 155 meters came into existence as a result of the explosions. Due to volcanic and tectonic activities, hot waters and hot springs were formed around Nemrut Lake.
Because of the spring waters fed by snow and rain water; they are colorless, odorless, clear and in normal drinking water taste. For this reason, the nature of the Nemrut Lake water allows living things to live in this lake.