Zilkale is a medieval castle located in the Fırtına Valley within the Pontic Mountains, and is one of the most important historical…
Karaca Cave is a network of caves located near the town of Torul in Gümüşhane Province, Turkey.
The Panagia Theoskepastos Monastery, today known in Turkish as Kızlar Monastery, is a former female monastery built during the Empire of…
Hamsilos Bay is a Black Sea bay in Sinop Province, Turkey
Kaymaklı Monastery is a ruined Armenian Apostolic monastery near Trabzon, Turkey.
Büyük Ağa Medresesi or Kapı Ağa Medresesi is a historical 15th century medrese in Amasya, Turkey.
Erfelek Dam is a dam in Sinop Province, Turkey, built between 1995 and 2004. The development was backed by the Turkish State Hydraulic Works.
Sinop Fortress Prison, was a state prison situated in the inside of the Sinop Fortress in Sinop, Turkey.
Yazılıkaya, Eskişehir, also called Midas City, is a village with Phrygian ruins.Yazılıkaya was a sanctuary of Hattusa, the capital city of…
Şenol Güneş Stadium, officially known as Medical Park Stadyumu for sponsorship reasons, is a stadium located in Trabzon, Turkey.
This castle was probably built by Byzantines, but was invaded by the Genovese in the 16th century. A popular recreational area.
Located in Turkey, the settlement of Satala, according to the ancient geographers, was situated in a valley surrounded by mountains, a…
Deriner Dam is a concrete double-curved arch dam on the Çoruh River 5 km east of Artvin in Artvin Province, Turkey.
Comana Pontica, was an ancient city located in ancient Pontus, now in modern Turkey.
Hadrianopolis in Paphlagonia was a city in southwestern Paphlagonia, Asia Minor, about 3km west of modern Eskipazar.
The 19 Eylül Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Ordu, Turkey. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of 52…
Otkhta is a 10th-century Georgian monastery which was built in 961–965 by Davit Kurapalat and renewed in 978–1001.
Obruk Dam is an embankment dam on the Kızılırmak River in Çorum Province, Turkey.
Ishkani or Ishkhan, is a ruined Christian monastery in the territory of Turkey in the village of Arpacık, Artvin province.