Bolu was part of one of the Hittite kingdoms around 2000 BC and later 500 BC became one of the leading cities of the Kingdom of Bithynia (279 BC – 79 BC). Bryce, Mariandynes, Koukones, Thyns, and Paphlagons are native people of the area in the antique era. Strabo (XII, 4, 7) mentions a Hellenistic town, Bithynium (GreekΒιθύνιον), celebrated for its pastures and cheese, which according to Pausanias (VIII, 9) was founded by Arcadians from Mantinea.[4][5]


Eskişehir was founded by Phrygians on the banks of the Porsuk River in the first millennium

B.C. is one of the most important road junctions in Turkey. Historical people such as Yunus Emre, Nasreddin Hodja were grown in Eskişehir and it is also famous for its meerschaum and hot water sources that heal various diseases. Eskişehir aims to be an important tourism center with its natural beauty, cuisine, and shopping opportunities.

Historical Odunpazarı Houses

Odunpazarı, which is one of the oldest residential areas of Eskişehir, still maintains all its features with its old lifestyle and old houses. There are many historical mansions, fountains, museums, old Eskişehir houses to be visited in the region.


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Bursa is located in the northwest of Turkey and southeast of the Sea of Marmara. It is surrounded by Bilecik, Adapazarı in the east, İzmit, Yalova, İstanbul and the Marmara Sea in the north, Eskişehir, Kütahya in the south, Balıkesir provinces in the west. The city, known as “Green Bursa” since it has many green areas, and is the first capital of the Ottoman Empire.

Green Mosque and Green Tomb

Located in the most beautiful cities in Bursa, the dazzling structure of the Green Mosque and the Green Tomb in its garden is one of the most beautiful places to visit. The Green Mosque, which is equipped with ancient Ottoman traditions and decorated with a wide variety of tiles and has marble and wood workmanship, was built in 1419, and the Green Tomb was constructed in 1421. Each point of this mosque, built by Sultan Mehmet Çelebi is adorned with tiles, and this is unique in Ottoman structures.

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Turkey’s third-largest city, Izmir, is a contemporary, developed province and, at the same time is a busy commercial center. It is a city for which Herodotus from İzmir said “They established their cities in the most beautiful skies and the most beautiful climates we know on earth” and Aristotle warned Alexander “If you don’t see it, you’ll miss it!” and Victor Hugo wrote a poem even without seeing it ever and said, “İzmir is a princess”. İzmir, which extends as a pearl along Aegean Coast, has a great historical and cultural richness with its 8500 years history.

Ephesus Ancient City

Izmir is among our famous provinces with ancient cities. The ancient city of Ephesus, one of the other famous and very valuable historical locations is among the important places included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. This ancient city is actually a library and it is thought to have hosted 14000 books in the past.

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Istanbul is the only city established on two continents in the world, extending on one side to Asia and the other to Europe. Bosphorus in the heart of the city connects the Black Sea to the Marmara Sea. Istanbul is Turkey’s most developed and largest city. The city’s settlement dates back to 400,000 thousand years ago. Istanbul, which hosts many different civilizations and beliefs, is still maintaining its cultural structure.

Hagia Sophia Mosque

Among the most important works in the history of world architecture, Hagia Sophia is a world wonder in terms of its architecture, its display, its splendor, and its magnificence. It is the largest church of the Eastern Roman Empire built in Istanbul. In 1935 the secular Turkish Republic established it as a museum. In 2020, it re-opened as a mosque.