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Mountains: In the Marmara region the most important peak is the Uludağ (2543 m) at the same time it is a major winter sports and tourist centre. In the Aegean region, the mountains fall perpendicularly to the sea. In the Mediterranean region, located in the south of Turkey, the western and central Taurus Mountains suddenly rise up behind the coastline. The Central Anatolia Region is exactly in the middle of Turkey and gives the appearance of being less mountainous compared with other regions. The main peaks of the region are Karadağ, Karacadağ, Hasandağ, and Erciyes (3917 m). The Eastern Anatolia region is Turkey's largest and highest region. About three-fourths is at an altitude of 1500 - 2000 metres. There are numerous inactive volcanoes in the region, including Nemrut, Suphan, Tendurek and Turkey's highest peak where Noah's Ark was landed, Mount Ağrı (Ararat) is 5165 metres high
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Afyon Ankara - Cappadocia
Located in western-central Turkey, Afyon has depended on agriculture since the Hittite era (1900–1300 BCE). Like most of Anatolia, Afyon survived centuries of invading or occupying civilizations and rulers right up to the Ottoman demise in the mid-tw... More details
 
 
Aizonai Ankara - Cappadocia
Upon crossing the Roman bridge stretching over the Koca Brook, one enters a vast area surrounded by barbed wire. This is the Aizona Antique City where one of the best-preserved Roman temples in Anatolia, the Zeus Temple, is located. The gigantic podi... More details
 
 
ALACAHOYUK Ankara - Cappadocia
In the Hittite New Kingdom, or Empire Period (ca.1400-c.1190 BCE; from Amenhotep III to the end of the Nineteenth Dynasty), the city expanded to the south. A wall was built from the great hill down along the western valley, which significantly streng... More details
 
 
Amasya Ankara - Cappadocia
It is known that there had been founder (Ktistes) gods or heros in many Anatolian cities during the Prehistoric period. This mythologic foundation is also true for Amasya. It is agreed that Hermes was the founder of Amasya, the information was got fr... More details
 
 
Anitkabir (Ataturk Mousoleum) Ankara - Cappadocia
Located in an imposing position in the Anittepe quarter of the city stands the Mausoleum of Kemal Ataturk, founder of the Turkish Republic. Completed in 1953, it is an impressive fusion of ancient and modern architectural ideas and remains unsurpasse... More details
 
 
ANKARA (The capital city of Republic Turkiye) Ankara - Cappadocia
Ankara, the capital city, is situated 860 meters above sea level in the centre of the Anatolian region, which is the heartland of Turkey. This region is flanked by mountains to the north. Running parallel to the Black Sea Coast, and to the south lie ... More details
 
 
Avanos Ankara - Cappadocia
The old city of Avanos overlooks the longest river the Turkey, the Kizilirmak (Red River). Located 18 km north of Nevsehir, the ancient name of this city used to be Venessa. The most famous historical feature of Avanos, which is still relevant and ve... More details
 
 
Catalhoyuk (Konya) Ankara - Cappadocia
The Neolithic site of Catalhoyuk was first discovered in the late 1950s and excavated by James Mellaart between 1961 and 1965. The site rapidly became famous internationally due to the large size and dense occupation of the settlement, as well as the... More details
 
 
Cavusin Ankara - Cappadocia
One of the oldest settlements in the area, Cavusin is sutiated 2 km from Avanos, on the road. The Church of St.John the Baptist offers a panoramic view of the village. This church and its paintigs date back to the 5th century, making the oldest churc... More details
 
 
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Bodrum Jeep Safari Tours
The Treasure Hunting Game at Grand Bazaar in Istanbul
Kusadasi Tours (Ancient Ephesus & Mother Mary House)
Marmaris - Fethiye - Marmaris Weekly Charter Cruises ( 8 Days - 7 Nights)
Daily Kusadasi to Cappadocia Tours (3 Days - 2 Nights) with Plane
Daily Priene, Miletos, Didyma Tours
Istanbul Byzantian Times Tours (Half Day)
Golden Cities Marmaris - Aphrodisias - Pamukkale - Ephesus Tours (3 Days - 2 Nights)
Golden Cities Bodrum - Aphrodisias - Hierapolis, - Pamukkale - Ephesus Tours (3 Days - 2 Nights)
Turkey - Greece Religious Samos and Patmos St. John Cathedral (5 Days - 4 Nights)
Did you know that One of the first most accurate world maps were drawn by the well-known Turkish cartographer and navigator Piri Reis in 1513. The map known today as Piri Reis Map skillfully depicted Europe, Asia, Africa and the then known portions of America as well as the places which were yet to be discovered. Erich von Daniken in his famous book The Chariots of the Gods suggests that the accuracy of the Piri Reis Map could only be explained by considering the possibility of an extraterresterial help.
Bodrum to Ephesus - Kusadasi - Pamukkale Tours (2 Days - 1 Night)
Cappadocia & East Turkey and Black Sea (13 Days - 12 Nights)
Marmaris Boat Cruises
Kusadasi Shore Excursions
Ephesus Shore Tours (Ancient Ephesus & Archaeological Museum)
Hallo Ezop team, Tim, your knowledge, your overall expertise us guiding visit to the special sites helped to make a very memorable trip. You were sensitive to our special needs and, great care of our expectations a range 100%. Thanks again and again. Graham/Orson / Christina Jaillers