The Bosporus Strait (English: Bosporus) is located in Istanbul, and is considered as a link point between the Sea of Marmara and the Black Sea, and it also separates Turkey into its two parts (Asian and European), knowing that the length of this water strait is approximately thirty kilometers, but its width is It ranges between 3.7 km to seven hundred and fifty meters, and transportation between the two sides of the strait is carried out through two suspended bridges: the first Bosphorus Bridge and the Sultan Muhammad Al-Fateh Bridge, or what is known as the second Bosphorus Bridge, and it is worth noting that the Bosphorus is a center of attraction , And Tourists to Turkey, where trees, resorts, archaeological castles, and forts, such as: Anatolia Castle and Rumeli Hisar Castle, dot its banks.
The historical district of Antalya
The Antalya’s historic district is considered one of the oldest neighborhoods in Turkey, as this neighborhood contains many buildings, old houses, and antiquities that date back to the era of the Ottoman Empire, and the buildings of the neighborhood have been reclaimed for use today as hotels, and shops. The neighborhood buildings permeate many passages, narrow streets that allow visitors, and tourists to enjoy the scenery of the old quarter.
Hagia Sophia Museum
The Ayasofya Museum is an archaeological historical building in Istanbul, which was built during the period of the Byzantines rule in Istanbul, and was then used as a church, then it turned into a mosque when the Ottoman Turks conquered the city and then the twelve thousand and then the third and twelve thousand A museum that is intended for visitors, and tourists in Turkey in the year one thousand nine hundred and thirty-five, and it is part of the city’s sites that have been included on the World Heritage List.
Qapi Brick Palace
The Qabi Palace was used in the past as the seat of the sultans of the state, and its men during the period of the rule of the Ottoman Empire between the fifteenth and nineteenth centuries, and today it represents a wonderful artistic masterpiece that visitors, and tourists visit in large numbers, as the palace contains many, Of antiques, and precious pieces, as outside the palace there is an ornate fountain built in the year one thousand seven hundred and twenty-eight.
Turkey includes many parks and national parks, and the following is a reminder of the most important:
- Aladaglar National Park (in Turkish: Aladağlar National Park): It is located in the southern part of Turkey, and it occupies a wide geographical area, as well as a group of mountain peaks.
- Lake Beyşehir National Park (in Turkish: Lake Beyşehir National Park): It is found in the center of Turkey, and its surroundings contain various types and varieties of fish, plants and waterfowl, in addition to the paths and paths designated for riding bicycles, walking, and other activities.
- Mount Nemrut National Park (in Turkish: Nemrut Dağı National Park): This park is represented by a high mountain that gives visitors the possibility to practice climbing to the summit, while enjoying the sight of ancient historical statues.
- Göreme National Park: It includes many picturesque landscapes, in addition to some monuments, and historical monuments.