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Turkey Sightseeing

Turkey Sightseeing

Hagia Sophia Museum
Church of the Holy Wisdom is known as Hagia Sophia. It is built as a church around 500 AD; itís now a museum and is universally acknowledged as one of the great buildings of the world.

Blue Mosque
It is the one of the most beautiful mosques in the world. The best feature of this Mosque is visible from far away: its six minarets. This is very unique, as most mosques have four, two, or just one minaret. Its grace and beautiful proportions were intended to reflect the splendour of Islam.

Pamukkale
Pamukkale is located in Turkey's Inner Aegean region, in the River Menderes valley, which enjoys a temperate climate over the greater part of the year. The spring water at Pamukkale has therapeutic qualities and since antiquity has been said to cure rheumatism, kidney and heart diseases.

Hierapolis
Hierapolis is a World Heritage Site and popular tourist destination in Turkey.  It was established by King Eumenes 2 and was given the name of "Hiera" in the honour of the wife of Telephos.

Artemis
This wonder of the ancient world is also known as the Temple of Diana. The temple was located in Ephesus an ancient Greek city around 50 Km from the Turkey. Artemis is one of the Seven Wonders of the World. The temple was dedicated to Artemis the Greek goddess, the virginal huntress and twin of Apollo, who occupied the place of Titan Selene as Goddess of the Moon.

Augustus Temple
The Temple of Augustus was built Tiberius in honour of Augustus.  The temple itself is in ruins and not opens to the public, but together with other Roman ruins in the vicinity (including the Roman baths and the column of Julian) it is an exciting port of call for classical history addicts.

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