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.
Anatolia is described as the cradle of civilizations. Indeed, many ancient tribes and civilizations prevailed in Anatolia, and they were erased from the stage of history, leaving only their ruins.
A different civilization and a different history lie in every corner of Anatolia. You will be able to cover all the geography with the excursion routes in the footsteps of ancient civilizations, including the civilizations of Byzantium, Rome, and Phrygia.
Turkey’s name is in the World Heritage list, a compilation determined by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO); its natural and cultural assets are under protection. The natural and cultural assets in Turkey number 15 total, according to UNESCO.
It is not surprising that many retired Europeans live in Turkey, especially around the Mediterranean region, as the cost of living is low and the atmosphere is pleasant. If you are just a visiting retiree, reward yourself for your years of work by spending some time in Turkey. For this purpose, we are presenting to you the most beautiful, economic, …
There are ancient cities and historical ruins all over Anatolia that hosted many civilizations. There are many different routes for sites from the periods of Romans, Ancient Greeks, and Hittites.
Located in Central Anatolia, Yozgat is one of the historic cities that stands out with its unique atmosphere and culture. Yozgat, which has a history of 5000 years, was transformed into a city in the period of the Hittites and was known as the Bozok sanjak during the Ottoman period. Yozgat is adjacent to Tokat, Amasya and Çorum in the …
One of the most fertile geographies for Islamic tourism is Anatolia, especially during the month of Ramadan, where you can make different plans for Islamic sightseeing tours. We have identified different routes related to Islamic artifacts, mosques, and shrines that you can see in Anatolia, both during and not during Ramadan.
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 …
Amasya is used as a residential settlement over 7000 years. It is located in the foothills of the Herşena Mountain and in the Yeşilırmak Valley.