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10 Photos That Will Make You Want to Go to Turkey

Whether you are into ancient sites, diverse cuisine, vibrant bazaars, or breathtaking nature, Turkey has it all. This country has a lot to offer with it’s fascinating history that dates back to the dawn of time, and a unique geographical location where two continents merge.

Depositphotos, a stock content marketplace, prepared a collection with one-of-a-kind travel photographs to highlight the country’s most popular and celebrated destinations, rich history, and authentic traditions. Discover inspirational photography below.

Couple in love walking on the roof of Grand Bazaar in old city Istanbul

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Beautiful woman holds a traditional Turkish simit in hands and wants to eat it

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When you think of Turkey, a vivid image appears in your mind. Its rich cultural heritage has significantly influenced the country’s architecture, food, and traditions.

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The first thing to see in Turkey is its colorful, traditional bazaars. People from all over the world come here to bargain and get the best deals on hand-made rugs, ceramics, mosaic lamps, pashminas, spices, nuts, Turkish delight sweets, and other items.

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It’s a great idea to eat delicious Turkish food right after visiting a local market. Due to the country’s unique location, Turkish cuisine has combined flavors from the East and West. A favorable climate provides access to a wide range of vegetables and fruits, influencing the diversity of regional cuisines.

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Enjoy a meat-based dish, such as Turkish kebab, or a Turkish street-style bagel called Turkish simit.

Bbq meat for turkish doner kebab in a restaurant in istanbul. Asian street food

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The next sure thing to do is drink a cup of traditional Turkish tea, which has become an important element of Turkish culture. The beverage is a sign of hospitality and is typically offered during social gatherings.

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To experience Istanbul, go for a stroll or take a ride on the city’s famous red tram. It connects Taksim Square and Tünel Square through Istiklal Caddesi. The red tram is a tourist attraction, and it will not take you far because the journey is just 1.64 km long. The ride is relatively slow, allowing you to take in the architecture, city, and life on Istiklal Caddesi along the route.

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is home to some of the world’s most historically significant and magnificent mosques. They are an integral part of Istanbul, with more than 3,000 located in the city. Majestic buildings pierce the skyline and should be on every tourist’s must-visit list.

 

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