Cities of Turkey
Province of Bitlis is located at the Eastern Anatolia Region and is surrounded by Siirt from south, by Muş from west, by Ağrı from north and by Van Lake from east. It is an important city with its castles and Turkish Islam creations.
Yozgat is one of the oldest center of population in Anatolia. After excavations have been done recently,some ancient traces from Hittite time were found in the different parts of the city. It is believed that Yozgat was one of the populated Hittite center during the reign of this state in
Erzincan, one of the important cities in the region, lies 688 km east of Ankara on a fertile plain. The highly-decorated and hand-fashioned copperware of Erzincan maintains a long tradition in the area's fame for metalwork.Erzincan is located at the upper region of Fırat River in the Eastern Anatolian Region
Zonguldak is a valuable city to see its historical and natural beauties, thousands of years old caverns and infinitive green, which has a rich ancient history. It was established in 1849 as a port town for the nearby coal mines in Ereğli and the coal trade remains its main economic activity. Located in the
Afyonkarahisar is located on an intersection which connects north to south, west to east. Town is a potential tourism centre with its rich historical background. The name Afyon Kara Hisar (literally opium black castle in Turkish), since opium was widely grown here and there is a castle on a black rock at the south of the city and
Bayburt is a small wonder, is located on the historical Erzurum - Trabzon Silk Road that connects Eastern Anatolia Region to the Black Sea Region. This small capital of the Turkish province of Bayburt is where time has stopped. A strategic point on the famous `Silk Route`, Bayburt has been the rendezvous
Province of Bilecik is located at the southeast of Marmara Region at the intersection locality of Marmara Region, Black Sea Region, Central Anatolia Region and Aegean Region. The oldest known names of the province are Agrilion and Belekoma. Province of Bilecik is the land where the Ottoman Empire is founded.
The province of Karaman is located to the south of the Central Anatolian Region and is between Konya - İçel - Antalya provinces. The province is a major commerce, culture and art center. Karaman province and its vicinity is known to be inhabited from the beginning of BC 8000 and
Bingol, the land of thousand lakes is situated in the Anatolia province of Turkey. Till the year 1950, Bingol was popularly referred to as Capackur. Bingol is suitably located amidst wonderful highlands and is surrounded by icy glaciers. In recent times, Bingol has become a popular tourist attraction magnetizing a
Kırıkkale is on an important geographic position due to being a junction point for Central Anatolia, Central and Eastern Black Sea as well as South Eastern Anatolia Regions. Rich historical and cultural background holding region has the potential for being a tourism city.