The most beautiful scenery in Turkey

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Pamukkale has become one of the famous areas and one of the unique Turkish experiences, due to the presence of glazed white calcite travertine terraces filled with warm mineral-rich water in them, and this area is known as the Cotton Castle, where the World Heritage site UNESCO has set a standard for its protection Besides, it was known in the ancient world as one of the Byzantine and Romen resorts.

Lake Wan

Lake One is surrounded by a group of mountains covered with snow, and it is also a good place for a number of water sports, in addition to that it is one of the areas that possesses a group of stunning scenery that no one touched, and the lake area is 3750 square kilometers, and it has formed The result of the flow of Nemrut volcano (English: Nemrut Dağı) and known as one of the most prominent landmarks in southeastern Turkey.


Cappadocia is located in the province of Nevsehir and this region is one of the areas that were completely sculpted in the rock, where these rocks were formed, which adorn Cappadocia through volcanic eruption, and erosion of rocks, in addition to the winds in that region, besides these buildings and corridors carved rock A long history of steadfastness, struggle, and resistance, due to the fact that Christians fleeing from the Romens were resorting to hiding in these caves, and Christian monks later built a group of small churches that contain beautifully decorated drawings and decorations, as they used These buildings are for the training of Christian missionaries.

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Black Sea coast

This region, similar to its terrain, is a mixture of mountains and alpine pastures, where the villagers still simply live nature in this region.

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