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    Witnessing history in Istanbul’s museums

    Ayasofya Museum One of the most important historical buildings in the world, the Hagia Sophia (Ayasofya), is a great...

    5 questions about Göbeklitepe

    Where is Göbeklitepe? Added to the UNESCO World Heritage list, Göbeklitepe, is located 22km Northeast from Şanlıurfa in Örencik Village. You...

    You never get enough of Antakya

    The journey started with the flight on the first day of the week at 15:40 from Istanbul to Hatay and we reached...

    Location’s named after women’s empowerment

    Santa Lucia, the only country named after a woman St. Lucia in the Caribbean stands out as the only...

    Female pilots pioneering aviation

    Raymonde de Laroche, the World’s first female pilot Raymonde de Laroche is one of the most memorable female pilots in...

    Old – new capital city: Berlin

    Founded in the 12th century, the city was separated into two, as East and West Berlin, by the Berlin Wall, aka Wall of...

    Exploring history and cuisine: Bosnia Herzegovina

    The capital “Sarajevo” Basing our accommodation in Sarajevo during the whole trip, was very helpful in discovering the country...

    The city of tales: Mardin

    Mardin, which nowadays has become a big city, is divided into Old Mardin and New Mardin. While New Mardin seems like a regular Anatolian...

    Historical Turkish baths of Istanbul: From the Ottomans to the present

    Cağaloğlu Hamam Built on the orders of Sultan Mahmud I in 1741 to the design of the architect Süleyman...

    A Journey to the Great Buddha Statue

    One of the islands of Hong Kong is named Lantau, which is host to one of the world's largest Buddha statues. Named Tian...

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