Seven Journeys to Anatolia: Episode VI

IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF SAINT PAUL   Antalya, founded in 159 BC, has been continuously inhabited since its founding by Attalos II, king of Pergamum, who named the city Attaleia after himself. The Romans, Byzantines and Seljuks successively occupied the city before it came under Ottoman rule, The elegant fluted …

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Nimrod Mountain National Park

This is the intersection of eastern and western civilisations. From the 2,150 metres high peak of Nemrut Mountain there is a panoramic view of the region, making for an extraordinary atmosphere. Everything you will see from the summit, which overlooks to the Euphrates River and the surrounding plains and is …

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