Blessing of Izmir came from the sea
According to the Provincial Department of Culture and Tourism’s announcement, during the 10 months of 2013, 1.3 million tourists visited Izmir. Again, the first 10-month period, 184 cruise ship docking at the port of Alsancak with approaching 500 thousand tourists were reached the city by the sea.
Exposed territory dating from 3000 years ago in Tunceli
In Tunceli, near the village of Rabat was found an ancient settlement were found dating from 3000 years ago. These structures bearing the traces of many civilizations beginig from early Iron Age till the Ottoman period, waiting to be come to the light as a very large area.
In Kayseri found Memorial dating from 4,500 years ago
Excavations at Kultepe Hoyugu (mound) in Kayseri have uncovered a very large monument building, dating from 4,500 years ago. Now just could be achieved only the corner of the building and then maybe reached so big historical piece of work.
The number of tourists in the 2nd quarter is 16 Million
Turkish Statistical Institute announced the report of the second three-month period. According to this, there were traveling in the country of 16 million 232 thousand times and has been spent 4 billion 257 million 748 thousand Turkish Liras. From these expenditures %98.9 was a personal and the rest of
Houndred of people came to Kristal Teras.
The 11 meters long of glass terrace of İncekaya Canyon in Safranbolu district of Karabük, in 9 months had a great potential with 100 thousand visitors. Only one example of this observatinal glass terrace in Safranbolu, the province which was entered the UNESCO World Heritage List, located in the U.S. in
Goddesses found in Amasya
During an excavation on the territory more than 80 square meters were founded Roman mosaics in Amasya. İt’s considered, that they are belong to two thousand years ago, and these goddess figures mosaics depicted as the situation looking faces to each other and also has textual figures, which was unseeable before.
Bitlis, growing up with Faith Tourism
One of the religious center of the Eastern Anatolia regions, the Nurs Village, which is situated in Bitlis Province, is flourished with the restoration and landscaping work. İt’s aimed at increasing the potential of the village with the thousands of local and foreign tourists visited in every year.
Caves of Gaziantep coming to the light
The new projects are being developed for the Rumkale Caves, which is situated in Nizip district of Gaziantep region and known as one of the cities bearing the traces of the history. Here, the aim of the projects is to clean the caves, connect the tracks and paths to each
Opening the ‘Istanbul Gate’ in Erzurum!
The restoration and landscaping work of the Gate of İstanbul in Erzurum is continued for a while and will be completed approximately in a month later. With this historical monument, which was built in 1877, is aimed to create ‘Silk Road’ of the history of Erzurum.
Turkey is the 3rd among the World tourism.
The World Tourism Organization, according to the report of tourism prepared by the first 8 months, Turkey announced as the most visited country after Thailand and Hong Kong. Till entering the last quarter, it’s reported that the number of tourists were up to 24 million, which have been achieved an