Architectural Buildings in Turkey

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Hagia Sophia Museum / Church (Ayasofya)

Santa Sofia was for nearly a thousand years, the largest enclosed space in the world and is still seen as one of the world's most important monuments. It is one of Turkey's most popular attractions, people are drawn by the sheer spectacle of its size, the architecture, mosaics and art. It was built in the sixth century by the Byzantine emperor Justinian. It is closed on Monday.
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Basilica Cistern

It lies beneath the city of Istanbul. It is the largest of several hundred ancient cisterns. It was built 1400 years ago!
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Dolmabahce Palace

Dolmabahce Palace was built in the 19th century. It is one of the most glamorous palaces in the world. It was the administrative center of the erstwhile Ottoman Empire when the last of the Ottoman Sultans was residing there. The Dolmabahce Palace is closed on Monday and Thursday.
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Beylerbeyi Palace

Beylerbeyi Palace was commissioned by Sultan Abdulaziz (1830-1876) and built between 1861 and 1865 as a summer residence and a place to entertain visiting heads of state. The palace, built on a pier by the sea is a two-story structure built on a high brick basement. The palace, the Harem (north) and Mabeyn-i Humayun (the southern part) consisted of offices, three innings, six large living rooms, 24 rooms and 1 bathroom. It is closed on Mondays and Thursdays.
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New Mosque

The third popular mosque is situated at the Bosporus, opposite the Galata Bridge. The mosque with its nice surroundings creates a unique photography spot.
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With its grand bazaars, stunning beaches, hot air balloon clad landscapes, intricate architecture, opulent history, indulgent locals and elaborate cuisine, the country is a class apart and holidays in Turkey are therefore the most memorab...

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TURKEY!!!...

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Although national currency is Turkish Lira, Euros are accepted throughout Turkey. 2....

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Why I chose Turkey?...

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Everywhere in Turkey, you also find Kahavalati which literally translates to 'Breakfast'....

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Turkey has a very unique landscape and history which set's it apart from the rest of the region....

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Do you know why Turkey is considered a magical land to me among so many countries I have visited?...

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With over 1600 km in distance ahead of me, I told myself that everything would be ok as I began my hitchhiking adventure from Turkey to Georgia!...

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Many tourists wonder what does Turkey have to offer?...

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Turkey has be by far my most unforgettable trip among the 9 countries I have travelled....

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Turkey is a standout amongst the most delightful nations of the world....

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But honestly, Turkey never figured in the top five on my must visit list....

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Post lunch we visited Kusadasi which is one of the main ports in Turkey....

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During my recent and my first visit to Turkey, we decided to make Istanbul as our base....

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Actually, that applies for Turkey as a whole....

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Turkey Trip was one of my first international Backpacker's trip....

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Turkey, undoubtedly, is on every traveler’s bucket list considering the country has much to offer in terms of stunning architecture, gorgeous cities, splendid Turkish cuisine and very warm people....

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I truly hope that we get to visit again as I don’t think Turkey is done with me yet!...

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Sadly most people skip this part of Turkey from their itinerary....

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While travelling through turkey, Bus is the best way to get around cities....

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