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UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Turkey

UNESCO, a social organization affiliated with the United Nations community, protects the richness of history, architecture and the diversity of nature with its World Heritage List. There are 18 places from Turkey in the UNESCO World Heritage List, which also undertakes the mission of protecting, making known and promoting places that have important roles in […]

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Turkey Expects High Tourism Movement: Number of Visitors Increased

TurkStat and the Ministry of Tourism announced the tourism data for the first quarter and March. Tourism revenue increased by 122.4% compared to the same quarter of the previous year. In March, the number of foreigners visiting Turkey increased by 129.7% compared to the same month of the previous year. According to the provisional data announced […]

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13 Holiday Places in Izmir, Pearl of the Aegean

Izmir resorts, resorts and towns have always been very popular. Known as the pearl of the Aegean, Izmir is known for its proximity to many holiday destinations as well as being a metropolitan city. We have listed 13 beautiful places around Izmir for you. 1- Ozdere Ozdere, which is a part of the Menderes district […]

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13 Places You Must See in Mugla

Mugla, which has unique islands and landscapes, is between the Aegean and Mediterranean regions in terms of its geographical location. Mugla is among the cities of our country with a rich historical past. The city is the twenty-fourth most populous city in Turkey. Mugla, which has gained popularity with holiday destinations such as Ortaca, Dalaman, […]

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Visiting Antalya As A Tourist: Travel Guide

Antalya is the fifth largest city of Turkey. More than 2 and half million people live in Antalya and it’s located in Mediterranean Region of Turkey. Antalya is the capital of tourism in the Turkish Republic. The city is most popular tourism city of Turkey with its climate, natural beauties, beaches, bays and historical background. […]

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