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Ephesus Turkey Travel Guide

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Ephesus Turkey Travel GuideA Vagabond Life Ephesus Turkey Travel Guide A Vagabond Life Ephesus Turkey Travel Guide Ephesus Turkey is one of the largest Roman archaeological sites in the eastern Mediterranean and is pretty jolly impressive. Situated 3 km from the town of Selcuk on the Ionia Coast, Ephesus was built in the 10th century BC by Attic and Ionian Greek colonists. During the Classical Gre...
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Selcuk Turkey Travel Guide

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Selcuk Turkey Travel GuideA Vagabond Life Selcuk Turkey Travel Guide A Vagabond Life Selcuk Turkey Travel GuideSelcuk Turkey is on the western coast of of the country, the gateway to Ephesus and the home of many ancinet and historic sites including House of the Virgin Mary and the 6th century Basilica of St. John the Apostle according to legend is built on the site of the Apostle's tomb...
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Cannakkale Turkey Travel Guide

Cannakkale Turkey
Explore Cannakkale Turkey Cannakkale Turkey Travel Guide A Vagabond Life Cannakkale Turkey Travel Guide Cannakkale is a pleasant town in Marmara region on the Dardanelles Strait. Most people visit Cannakkale is the jumping off point to the WWII battlefields of Gallipoli. It is also close to the ancient site of Troy. Cannakkale has a lively waterfront promenade with restaurants and cafes. The ci...
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Kars Turkey Travel Guide

Kars Turkey Travel GuideA Vagabond Life Kars Turkey Travel Guide A Vagabond Life Kars Turkey Travel GuideKars is in far north eastern Turkey right on the Armenain border. Most people travel to Kars to visit the ancient ruins of Ani or catch the Dogu Express but do your self a favour and spend a couple of days in Kars as it really is a lovely city.Kars offers some excellent restaurants, ...
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Ani Turkey Travel Guide

Ani Turkey Travel GuideA Vagabond Life Ani Turkey Travel Guide A Vagabond Life Ani Turkey Travel GuideAni Turkey is a UNESCO listed site in far Eastern Turkey. Set on a vast empty plain Ani was the capital of Armenia and once rivalled Constantinople in power and importance and was an important stop on the Silk Route.Once called the city of 1000 churches Ani boasted many churches, palace...
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