Ince Minaret Madrasah: 13th-Century Seljuk-Turkish Masterpiece

Ince Minaret Madrasah, located in central Turkey, is a 13th-century historic Islamic school that was built by the Seljuk Turks.

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Hidden Roman Ruins in Suburban Ankara

Mariegordus Roman Ruins are a very fascinating hidden gem, located in the suburbs of northern Ankara. Click to read more about the site.

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Santa Maria Catholic Church in Trabzon – Turkish Black Sea

A small Catholic church in the back streets of downtown Trabzon, Turkish Black Sea. This historic religious complex also has a dark history.

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Cappadocia’s Hidden Gem: Top Sites to See in Aksaray, Turkey

Top must-see sites in the province of Aksaray, Cappadocia’s hidden gem. Click to explore this stunning historic central Anatolian city.

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6 Most Beautiful Christian Sites In Turkey

Here are the 6 beautiful Christian heritage sites in Turkey that you should add to your bucket list. Click to read more.

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Discovering Aigai: Aeolians’ “City Of Goats” In Western Turkey

The ancient city of Aigai, located in the hilly outskirts of the Manisa province, is one of the lesser known ancient settlements in Anatolia.

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14 Sites In Turkey Worthy Of Becoming UNESCO World Heritage Havens

These natural, historic and cultural sites in Turkey are listed as Unesco Tentative Heritage Sites. Click to read more!

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On Road to Pessinus: Shepherd’s Wisdom, Treasure Hunters’ Spoils

Visiting the ancient city of Pessinus and exploring the suburbs of Eskişehir. Moreover, I ran into a hidden necropolis with sarcophagi.

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Using Google Maps To Spot Hidden Gems In Eskişehir’s Sivrihisar

Visiting the rural town of Sivrihisar in the central Anatolian city of Eskişehir: an Armenian church, a clock tower, an old mansion and more.

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Touring Aksaray – Day 5: Güzelyurt, The Most Overlooked Spot In Cappadocia

Is this the most underrated spot in Cappadocia? Let’s explore Güzelyurt, where you’ll find countless ancient ruins, far from the crowds.

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