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Travel to Turkey; the world's largest open air museum...
Why Turkey? That's often the initial response from someone when they hear that you are going to Turkey on holiday. It's a huge country littered with interesting artifacts and populated by some of the friendliest people on earth. Flowers seem to burst from every crevice, the sun shines endlessly, scenery ranges from dull to mind-boggling.

Turkey is a country located at a point where the three continents of the world (Asia, Africa and Europe) are closest to each other and where Asia and Europe meet. Because of its geographical location, Anatolia has always been important throughout history and is the birthplace of many great civilizations. Empires of the Hittites, Phrygians, Hellenistic, Romans, Byzantines, Seljuk Turks and The Ottomans as well as a great number of other civilizations rose and fell here through thousands of years, leaving behind a multitude of historical and archeological sites. It is in fact called the cradle of civilizations, harboring in its bosom an incredible blend of cultures, history, archaeological sites.

Surrounded by seas on three sides, it is covered by mountains, forests, steppes and all sorts of land variations. The genuine friendliness and traditional hospitality of the Turkish people towards visitors is justly renowned world wide. Vibrant Istanbul, straddling the blue waters of the Bosphorus separating Europe from Asia, beckons with its skyline pierced by countless minarets, chaotic bazaars and a history redolent with harem intrigue and despotic Sultans. Mediterranean coastline, past secluded coves, rocky headlands and pretty fishing villages, or explore a hinterland rich in the wonderfully preserved remains of Greco-Roman cities such as Ephesus.
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