Turkey Cities

Adiyaman

The area has been inhabited as far back as it's possible to discover. Research in the cave of Palanli 10 km north of Adiyaman show...
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Ankara

Ankara is the capital city of Turkey and the second largest city in the country after Istanbul. It is located at the heart of both Turkey and Central...
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Antakya

Known as Antioch in ancient times, the city has historical significance for Christianity, as it was the place where the followers of Jesus Christ were...
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Antalya

Antalya (population 2 million), "capital" of the Turkish Mediterranean Coast, is a sprawling modern city with a small, charming historic cen...
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Bodrum

A trendy coastal town in Southern Aegean which turns into a crowded city in season when it serves as a playground for Turkish and international holida...
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Canakkale

Canakkale is a province of Turkey, located in the northwestern part of the country. It takes its name from the town of Canakkale. Like Istanbul, Ca...
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Cappadocia

Istanbul, historically known as Byzantium and Constantinople is the largest city in Turkey and 3rd largest city proper in the world with a population...
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Diyerbakir

Situated on the banks of Tigris (Dicle) river in South-Eastern Anatolia, Diyarbakir still carries a medieval air with its walls encircl...
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Edirne

This city can be your first or last destination in Turkey, depening on the direction of your itinerary, as it’s located on an intersection where...
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Ephesus

A large archeological site in Aegean Turkey and one of the country's major tourist attractions. Well-preserved ruins of the Roman city on the west...
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Erzurum

Little of medieval Erzurum survives beyond scattered individual buildings such as the citadel fortress, and the 13th century Çifte Minareli Med...
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Fethiye

Fethiye is a city and district of Mugla Province in the Aegean region of Turkey with about 68,000 inhabitants.
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Gallipoli

A peninsula locality in north-western Turkey, close to Istanbul. The Gallipoli Peninsula is the site of extensive First World War battlefields and mem...
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Goreme

A town in the Cappadocia region of Turkey. The town is centered in the middle of a internationally popular region that is best known for its natural r...
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GULF OF GOKOVA

Gulf of Gökova is a long as 100 km, narrow gulf of the Aegean Sea between Bodrum Peninsula and Datça Peninsula in south-west Turkey. Admin...
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Halfeti

Historical town north of Birecik on the Euphrates, unfortunately half of which is swallowed by a dam lake, though this presents the unique experience...
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Harran

Ancient village south of Urfa renowned for its "beehive" adobe houses topped by a dome
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Istanbul

Istanbul is the largest city of Turkey. Istanbul is the cultural, economic, and financial center of Turkey. Istanbul extends both on the European and...
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Izmir

Izmir is the third largest city in Turkey. It is the second biggest port after Istanbul, and a very good transport hub. Once the ancient city of Smyrn...
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Kahramanmaras

The city lies on a plain at the foot of the Taurus Mountains and has a population of 400,100 as of 2010. The region is best known for its production o...
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Kahta

Kahta, on lake of Atatürk Dam is a good base to explore the area and Mount Nemrut from, although there's not a lot of life in the town itself...
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Kars

The Castle of Kars (Turkish: Kars Kalesi), also known as the Citadel, sits at the top a rocky hill overlooking Kars. Its walls dat...
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KAYSERI

The city has been continuously lived since 3000 BCE with the establishment of the ancient trading colony at Kultepe (Ash Mountain) which is associated...
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Konya

A quite large city that is the heartland of mystic Sufi order, the site of Rumi's tomb, and with some elegant Seljuq architecture, all surrounded...
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Kusadasi

Kusadasi is a major Aegean resort town and cruise ship port. Being so close to the renowned ruins of Ephesus, it gets more than its share of Turkish a...
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Marmaris

Marmaris is a port city and a tourist destination on the Mediterranean coast, located in southwest Turkey, in the Mugla Province. Marmaris' mai...
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Mt. Nemrut

It’s a 7,001 feet high mountain in southeastern Turkey, notable for the summit where a number of large statues are erected around what is assume...
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Myra

Is a town in Mediterranean Turkey. This is the town where St Nicholas ("real" Santa Claus) lived. Also known as Demre.
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Pamukkale

Pamukkale, 19 km (12 miles) north of Denizli, is Turkey's foremost mineral-bath spa because of its natural beauty: hot calcium-laden waters spring...
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Selcuk

Selçuk is visited mostly because of its close proximity to the ruins of the Roman city of Ephesus—some of the best preserved in the count...
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Tatvan

Tatvan was built in the 19th century to serve the railroad: trains from Istanbul and Ankara arrived here, the rail cars were loaded onto big lake ferr...
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Trabzon

Trabzon is a city on the Black Sea coast of north-eastern Turkey. It is located on the historical Silk Road, which turned it into a melting pot of rel...
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Troy

An ancient city in what is now northwestern Turkey, made famous in Homer’s epic poem, the Iliad. According to Iliad, this is where legendary Tro...
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Urfa

Magical city with beautiful architecture and extremely friendly locals at the gates of Eastern World; where Kurdish, Arabic, and Persian cultures ming...
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Van

Archaeological excavations and surveys carried out in Van province indicate that the history of human settlement in this region goes back at...
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