Galata Bridge has become the symbol of Turkey over the years as it gives you the chance to encounter the local life. You can see the image of the Galata bridge on magazines, T-shirts, and handicrafts due to its popularity. After the 19th century, it became an essential part of the poems, stories, paintings, and engravings.
Konyaaltı Beach is one of the most popular beaches in the world. This beautiful coastal area is located in the city of Antalya, one of
Bodrum Castle is a fantastic waterfront castle, built by the Knights Hospitaller, dating back to the 15th century. The castle is where you can find the exceptional Museum of Underwater Archaeology (Sualtı Arkeoloji Müzesi). Some people believe it’s the most important museum of its type in the world.
Madagascar’s most visited natural park, Isalo National Park, is located amidst the Jurassic-era highlands of the country’s southwest. Isalo, established in 1962, offers sweeping landscapes, pure raw nature, and paradisiacal natural pools. It can surprise you by over 80,000 hectares of land dominated by a stunning eroded sandstone massif and a tremendous variety of plateaus, canyons up to 200 meters deep, gorges, and pinnacles.
Pammakaristos is one of the most famous Greek Orthodox Byzantine churches in Istanbul. It contains the most significant number of Byzantine era’s mosaics after Hagia Sophia, and their design is one of the greatest in the world, which shows the architecture of Constantinople’s Palaiologan. Due to many natural reasons and some human works, some parts were destroyed and therefore, the government had to repair it in 1938.
Moves and changes worldwide outside, approximately 500 million years prior, brought about serious water disintegration and imploding valleys that left plunging gorges and approaching stone
If you don’t have enough time to visit all over Istanbul, Istanbul Archaeological Museum is a great option to see. This museum covers Turkey’s history