Tourism in the country of Turkey

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The number of tourists in Turkey

The number of tourists increased in August 2020 from 3.18 million to 4.66 million compared to the same month last year, and this increase is the highest since 2004, and the first eight months of 2020 show an increase in the number of tourists by 26.4% to 21.98 million.

Tourist times in Turkey

Turkey can be visited all year round based on the visitor’s interests, knowing that most visits take place in April, May, September and October, due to the warm climate.

Tourist attractions in Turkey

Hagia Sophia Museum

The Hagia Sophia Museum (Turkish: Hagia Sophia) is one of the historical architectural wonders, as it was built by the Eastern Roman Empire in Istanbul, and was built three times in the same location, so the church was then called Megal Ecclesia, meaning the big church, either after the century The fifth was referred to as the Hagia Sophia, meaning holy wisdom, and the rulers were crowned there, as was the largest operational cathedral in the city throughout the Byzantine period, and this church was converted in the Ottoman era to a mosque, and after the formation of the new Turkish Republic the mosque was transformed into a museum filled with many From the Atha The beautiful historical site that the tourist likes to visit.

Yildiz Saray Palace

Yildiz Palace (Turkish: Yildiz Palace) is known as the fourth Ottoman Palace built in Istanbul after the conquest, and Yildiz Palace is one of the last residences that was built by Abdul Hamid II at the end of the nineteenth century, and was used as a palace for the official sultan as it reached its area 500000 m², surrounded by a large well-protected garden, which is built of wood and stone, and also has two main floors and a cellar, and the main floors are linked by three elegant stairways; one of marble and two of the other wood, and there is also a yildiz factory for porcelain where he established in the grounds of a palace Yildiz in 1894 AD, built for traditional Turkish ceramics J, and to maintain the Turkish ceramics of ceramic industry in Europe.

Bridal Hill

The bride’s hill (in Turkish: Çamlıca Hill) is located in the Ascador region, and among the many areas that were considered Prince Sultan Ahmed Islands, and from which you can see the most beautiful view of the sunset, for this reason it became a rich tourist area where the tourist can see all the city from this hill.

Video of Santa Claus Ottoman

Turkey is the country that millions love, but what does Santa Claus have to do with it? Watch the video to learn about the strangest things about it:

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