Tourism in Turkey in detail

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Turkey

The country of Turkey is located in the Middle East region, and it is bordered on the eastern side by the states of Armenia and Iran, on the western side by Greece, Bulgaria, and the Aegean Sea, and on the north side by the state of Georgia and the Black Sea, and on the southern side by the states of Syria, Iraq and the Mediterranean Sea, in addition to a maritime border with Cyprus٬ and with an area of ​​area The total is 783,562 square meters, and its capital is the city of Ankara. The Turkish language is the official language of the country, in addition to the fact that the system of government is democratic and secular.

tourism in Turkey

The number of tourists coming to Turkey in the year 2008 AD reached approximately 30,929,192, which made them contribute to the country’s total output by approximately 21.9 billion US dollars. Therefore, the tourism sector is one of the pillars of the economy in Turkey, and the number of tourists increases with an increase year after year. A year, which made Turkey occupies the tenth position in the world as a destination for tourists and visitors, and Istanbul is the first destination for tourists as the tourist, economic and commercial capital of the state of Turkey.

Tourist areas in Turkey

Tourist areas in Turkey:

  • The Sulaymaniyah Mosque, built by the Ottoman architect Mimar Sinan by order of Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent in the year 1558 AD, is distinguished by its location which mediates a group of architectural structures such as schools, shops, and bathrooms.
  • The Hagia Sophia Museum, located within the Sultanahmet area, was built in 359 AD; it was an Orthodox church and was later converted into a mosque during the Ottoman era, and then it was converted into a museum during the reign of the Turkish Republic in the year 1934 AD, and it closes its doors to visitors On Mondays every week.
  • Covered Market, built in 1461 AD, is an ancient covered marketplace, which includes clothing, gold and souvenir shops.
  • Yildiz Saray Palace, Sultan Selim III ordered its construction in 1790 CE for his mother Sultana Maharisha, and it is considered a beautiful and dazzling castle worth visiting.
  • The Bosphorus Bridge, which was completed in 1973 AD, is one of the two bridges that are a link between Asia and Europe, and its width is 39 meters and its length is 1510 meters. Visitors and tourists enjoy its appearance at night by staying in many cafes and restaurants in the Ortakoy region.
  • Taksim Square, which is the vital center of Istanbul.
  • Aminoyu district, which is one of the popular areas in Istanbul.
  • Bridal Hill.
  • Sultan Mehmed the Conqueror Mosque.
  • Galata Castle.
  • Sultan Ayub Mosque.
  • Giant statues.
  • The Ottoman village Juma Kees in the Bursa region.
  • The mountainous sea valley, which is the link between the cities of Antalya and Fethiye.
  • Uzungol, which means long lake, is located in the city of Trabzon.
  • Harran, located in Sanliurfa.

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