Blue Mosque, Istanbul at Night
Blue Mosque, Istanbul at Night
Hagia Sophia, Istanbul at Night
Hagia Sophia, Istanbul at Night
Deisis Composition, Hagia Sophia
Deisis Composition, Hagia Sophia
Maiden's Tower
Maiden's Tower
Istanbul Sunset
Istanbul Sunset
Spice Bazaar, Istanbul
Spice Bazaar, Istanbul
Sultan Ahmed Mosque at Sunrise
Sultan Ahmed Mosque at Sunrise
Domes & Minarets, Istanbul
Domes & Minarets, Istanbul
Suleymaniye Mosque Istanbul
Suleymaniye Mosque Istanbul
Natural Turquoise Pools Of Pamukkale
Natural Turquoise Pools Of Pamukkale
Pamukkale Sunset
Pamukkale Sunset
Pamukkale
Pamukkale
Bathing in Pamukkale Travertines
Bathing in Pamukkale Travertines
Sunrise at Yaniklar, Turkey
Sunrise at Yaniklar, Turkey
Sunset at Yaniklar
Sunset at Yaniklar
South-West Coast of Turkey
South-West Coast of Turkey
Kaputas Beach
Kaputas Beach
Ancient Rock Tombs, Fethiye
Ancient Rock Tombs, Fethiye
Making Turkish flatbread, Kaleucagız
Making Turkish flatbread, Kaleucagız
The Great Theatre of Ephesus
The Great Theatre of Ephesus
Church of Mary, Ephesus
Church of Mary, Ephesus
Mosque in Köycegiz, Turkey
Mosque in Köycegiz, Turkey
Blue Mosque, Istanbul at Night
Blue Mosque, Istanbul at NightBuilt betwen 1609 and 1616 the Sultan Ahmed Mosque is still the most magnificent building in Istanbul. Often referred to as the Blue Mosque for the blue tiles adorning the walls of its interior.
Hagia Sophia, Istanbul at Night
Hagia Sophia, Istanbul at NightHagia Sophia is one of the most prominent monument in Istanbul. It was constructed in 537 and served as an Orthodox cathedral until 1453 with the exception of the period between 1204 and 1261 when it served as a Roman Catholic cathedral. In 1453 it was converted to a mosque by the Ottoman Turks. In 1935 its role changed once again when it opened as a museum by the Republic of Turkey and it is now the second-most visited museum in Turkey.
Deisis Composition, Hagia Sophia
Deisis Composition, Hagia SophiaThis mosaic of Jesus Christ, inside the Hagia Sophia is one of the best examples of Byzantine architecture, which main principles of Ancient era painting in East Rome art, are reflected.
Maiden's Tower
Maiden's TowerThe Maiden's Tower is located on a small islet located in the entrance of the Bosphorus strait only 200 meters from the coast.
Istanbul Sunset
Istanbul SunsetThe minarets of this beautiful small Mosque in Istanbul rise towards the glowing sky during the sunset.
Spice Bazaar, Istanbul
Spice Bazaar, IstanbulA variety of fresh spices on display in the Istanbul Spice Bazaar, sometimes referred to as the Egyptian Bazaar.
Sultan Ahmed Mosque at Sunrise
Sultan Ahmed Mosque at SunriseSultan Ahmed Mosque, or Blue Mosque is beautifully reflected in the fountain during sunrise.
Domes & Minarets, Istanbul
Domes & Minarets, IstanbulDomes and minarets of Istanbul Blue Mosque during sunset.
Suleymaniye Mosque Istanbul
Suleymaniye Mosque IstanbulIstanbul women approaching the Suleymaniye Mosque in Istanbul for midday prayers.
Natural Turquoise Pools Of Pamukkale
Natural Turquoise Pools Of PamukkalePamukkale, or "Cotton Castle", is a natural site containing hot springs and travertines. For thousands of years, people have bathed in those mesmerizing pools. Now declared an UNESCO World Heritage Site it is eternally famous by the gleaming white calcite shelves overruning with warm, mineral-rich waters.
Pamukkale Sunset
Pamukkale SunsetEnjoying the sunset in the scenic landscapes of Pamukkale, Turkey is such an extraordinary experience it is enough to warrant a trip down there.
Pamukkale
PamukkaleClouds reflecting in the natural turqouise waters of Pamukkale, Turkey.
Bathing in Pamukkale Travertines
Bathing in Pamukkale TravertinesLocal people and tourists bathing in the famous calcium cliff bathing pools overlooking the town of Pamukkale.
Sunrise at Yaniklar, Turkey
Sunrise at Yaniklar, TurkeyAn old dock on the beach of Yaniklar at sunrise.
Sunset at Yaniklar
Sunset at YaniklarSunset at the private beach of Yonca Lodge in Yaniklar.
South-West Coast of Turkey
South-West Coast of TurkeyDriving along the southern coast of Turkey we met this turkish woman feeding her chickens in the backyard which was filled with ancient Roman ruins.
Kaputas Beach
Kaputas BeachThe scenic Kaputas Beach is surrounded by perfect turquoise colored warm sea on one side and steep cliffs on the other. It is a true natural wonder close to Kalkan on the south-west coast of Turkey. Accessing it requires you to descend hundreds of stairs but the absolutely gorgeous experience makes it worth it.
Ancient Rock Tombs, Fethiye
Ancient Rock Tombs, FethiyeHigh above the town of Fethiye the Lycian rock tombs are carved into the cliff face. The tombs are easily accessible and the shape of a temple portico is impressive.
Making Turkish flatbread, Kaleucagız
Making Turkish flatbread, KaleucagızAfter spending time sailing to the Sunken City we enjoyed fresh baked Turkish flatbread in the small and cozy town of Kaleucagız.
The Great Theatre of Ephesus
The Great Theatre of EphesusThe Great Theatre of Ephesus is the most magnificent structure of this ancient city. Built in the third century BC it has capacity of 25,000 seats. The Ephesus Theatre was used for various activities such as  philosophical discussions, gladiator and animal fights, concerts, plays and political, religious and philosophical discussions.
Church of Mary, Ephesus
Church of Mary, EphesusThe Church of Mary in Ephesus, also known as the Church of the Councils was built in the early 5th century, most likely on the ruins of an earlier Roman basilica.
Mosque in Köycegiz, Turkey
Mosque in Köycegiz, TurkeyThis relatively small mosque is located in the town of Köycegiz on the south coast of Turkey in the Aegean region.
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