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Çankırı City Guide: Çankırı City Guide

As one of the most beloved cities of the Central Anatolia Region, Çankırı’s history dates back to the Hittites. Hosting various migrations and kingdoms over time, this city holds an important place in history as well. Established within many beauties and with its developing status, Çankırı shows societal progress, but at the same time hasn’t lost its traditional beliefs and …

Best Night Clubs in Turkey

In addition to enjoying historic centers and beautiful locations during the daytime, why not have fun at night? If you are a nighthawk, see our recommendations for night clubs in Turkey.

Karabük City Guide: Karabük City Guide

Until 1937, a small neighborhood connected to Safranbolu, which is now a province, became a center of attraction. Karabük Iron and Steel Factory opened in 1937 and registered as the 78th province of our country in 1995. Although Safranbolu is the city of Karabük, it is a prominent settlement dating back to 3000 BC, Byzantine, Seljuk and finally Ottoman civilization …

Kırıkkale City Guide: Kırıkkale City Guide

Kırıkkale is a small Anatolian city that has been home to many different civilizations throughout its history. The city was home to ancient civilizations such as the Hittites and Phrygians. It became one of the most important settlements by entering the sovereignty of the Seljuks in 12th century. For this reason, you can find many different historic buildings within the …

Ankara City Guide: Ankara City Guide

Ankara, the capital of our country, can also be considered a capital for civilizations. The Hittites, Phrygians, Lydians, Persians, Galatians, Macedonians, Romans, Byzantines, Seljuks, and Ottomans prevailed in Ankara, which has a history of 5000 years. For this reason, Ankara, which has always been in the central location of Anatolia, has continued to be a center of attraction and today …

Çorum City Guide: Çorum City Guide

Surrounded by Amasya, Çankırı, Sinop, and Kırıkkale provinces, Çorum is a settlement area which dates back to the Paleolithic Period in the Black Sea Region. A good many historical artifacts extant from those periods are worth seeing. Having succeeded to preserve local Anatolian culture, Çorum has remained at the center of civilizations that were established consecutively.