Mount Ararat

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Nemrut Dagi – dormant volcano of over 3050 m above sea level. You can climb it on foot or got to the top by car. The landscape in the volcano is really beautiful, there are five lakes, including hot springs. During the season, a campsite is open inside the volcano so you can stay there overnight.

 

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Lake Van with the Akdamar island – salt lake in eastern Turkey, located on the Armenian Plateau. It is the largest and deepest lake in Turkey. The curiosity is Akdamar, a small island with an old Armenian church of St. Cross dating from the tenth century. You can get to the island by a small ferry which runs depending on the amount of travellers. ;-)

 

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Cappadocia – famous for its unique on the world scale tuff forms. They create an extraordinary lunar landscape. Houses and churches are carved in the rocks. In Cappadocia , there are also underground cities. Some of the rocks belong to the museum, e.g. in Goreme, and you need to pay an entrance fee. However, many of the rocky cliffs and houses are not fenced and youu can walk on them freely. Cappadocia is also known for the Ihlara Valley which you can walk across in a few hours. Along the way you can see many old paintings on the walls and churches carved into the rocks.

 

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Istambul - (tur. İstanbul) – the largest city of Turkey. It is situated on two continents. It is really huge and very diverse. Going from one side of the city to the other takes a few hours. Tourists visit mainly Sultaahmet and the neighbouring area of Bosphorus Strait.

 

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salt lake in eastern Turkey, located on the Armenian Plateau. It is the largest and deepest lake in the whole of Turkey. The curiosity is Akdamar - small island, where is an old Armenian church of St.. Cross, dating from the tenth century. The island can get a small ferry, which runs depending on the assembly of the group ;-)