Cities of Turkey
Gaziantep (685 km southeast of Ankara) is located on a wide and fertile plain cultivated with extensive olive groves and vineyards and produces a wide variety of agricultural crops. It is especially known throughout Turkey for its excellent pistachios. Industry also contributes to the local economy.
Bursa is a city in the Asian part of Marmara Region, Turkey. Bursa lies in the northwestern part of Turkey near the Sea of Marmara, about 20 km inland. Bursa was the first major city the Ottomans, who started as a small emirate in thecountryside just east of Bursa, had taken control of. As such,
Trabzon is a hub of the Eastern Black Sea Region, with a long history, rich culture and great natural beauty. While Trabzon bears the marks of past civilisations, its earliest history remains mysterious. Archaeological excavations have revealed traces of human habitation during the Chalcolithic and Bronze Ages.
Denizli famous with roosters, has rich history and culture. Denizli is a tourism center to be seen with its Hierapolis and Laodikeia, Tripolis, antic cities, hot springs and Pamukkale which is unique in the world with its travertines.
Adana is the fourth largest city in Turkey, an agricultural hotspot, a place steeped in history and a booming presence in the Turkish economy. It may lack the glitz and glamour of Paris and the hustle and bustle of New York, but it portraits a slice of authentic Turkey. The capital
Diyarbakir, known in ancient times as Amida, has been a cradle of 26 civilizations during its 5000 year history. The city is spread across a basalt plateau close to the banks of the Dicle (Tigris) River. The black basalt triple walls which encircle the old town give the city a rather
Elazig is the most orderly, well-planned and beautiful city located in the Elazig province of Eastern Turkey. Situated on the fertile plain near a mountain (4350 feet high), this town lies at an altitude of 1020 meters above the sea level and is surrounded by vineyards and gardens. The city
Theatres of Eskisehir The foundations of Eskisehir Metropolitan Municipality City Theatres were laid by a group of enlightened people who established Eskisehir Concert and Theatre Association at the beginning of the 1950s. After a developmental process full of difficulties and financial impossibilities continuing until today, professional actors has been displaying their
Giresun is in Eastern Black Sea Region, founded on a peninsula. It is one of the pearl like cities of Black Sea where green and blue are hug together at northern east of Anatolia. Virgin forests, plateaus and rivers of Giresun, which are very appropriate to tourism in connection with
Gumushane, lying on the main route from Trabzon to Iran is one of Turkey`s most important cities in the Eastern Black Sea region. It is the capital of the Gumushane province. The city lies along the Harsit river at an altitude of 1210 meters above sea level, i.e., on a