Cities of Turkey
Mardin is a historical city in Southeastern Anatolia, Turkey. A city situated on the top of a hill, it is known for its fascinating architecture consisting of heavily decorated stonework cascading from the hilltop and used to be an important center of the Western Asia for both its strategic location and commercial richness.
The province of Tekirdağ is located at the northern shores of the Marmara Sea and is a major port of commerce. The sandy beaches lie at the both side of the province. The joyful mixture of sunflowers and the vineyards covers the entire medium. The major architectural creation of the province
Mersin that an important harbour city at East Mediterranean shore, offers every possible activities to travellers with streets overshadowed by palms, city park, modern hotels, ruins near the city, numberless beaches. Moreover city remembered in history with the name of Saint Paul (he is from Tarsus) and with areas between
Tokat is a historical city, having important historical buildings and monuments mostly from Seljuq, Ilkhanate and Ottoman eras. The province lies in the mid Black Sea region of Anatolia but Tokat city occupies a more inland site. Tokat produces tobacco, cereals and sugar beets and specializes in horticulture. It mines minerals
Ağrı formerly Karaköse, is the capital of Ağrı Province at the eastern end of Turkey, near the border with Iran. Ağrı is a crossroads of civilisations, a matrix of blended histories, cultures, beliefs, and tolerance. Travellers interested in history and culture will find in Ağrı a fascinating open air museum. In the Ottoman Empire era the area was called Şorbulak,. It then
Aksaray is located in middle of Anatolia region, it was an important trade centre on the ancient silk road, and nowadays it is still placed on intersection point of main roads lies between east to west and north to south. Historical background of city can be traced to 8000 BC.
Various civilizations had lived in Tunceli region, which is Upper Fırat division of the Eastern Anatolian Region, since the first ages. Pertek Castle, which remained from Medieval Age and still in good condition, and Munzur Valley National Park should be seen.Located in the middle of the eastern part of Turkey,
Artvin is a city in northeastern Turkey about 30 km inland from the Black Sea. It is located on a hill overlooking the Çoruh River near the Deriner. Artvin is an authentic tourism place that contains various tourism values with festivals, it's traditional architecture, historical churches, fauna and flora riches, castles and arched bridges, green plateaus, black roses, crater lakes
Duzce states on the Black Sea Region of Turkey and lies over Black Sea coastline. The city is on an point between Asia and Europe roads and connects Ankara and Istanbul. Because of these reasons Duzce has a key status on the highway of Ankara and Istanbul, as a result
Uşak city is situated at a distance of 210 km (130 mi) from İzmir, the region's principal metropolitan center and port city and it is at the region which connects the Western and Central Anatolia within internal Aegean region. The city has reached and reigned till ancient Bronze Age, Frig, Lydia, Persia, Roman, Eastern