Excursions to the Far East and Black Sea Coast Feature
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Wandering the bustling bazaars of Şanliurfa and Gaziantep. Craftsmen in these ancient cities still work the same way they have for centuries.
Float in Lake Van. As in Israel's Dead Sea, the water is rich in minerals and very alkaline; you'll be remarkably buoyant in the startlingly blue water.
Explore the ruins of the city of Ani, once the seat of a small Armenian kingdom.
Visit the cliffside monastery of Sümela. The climb is fairly strenuous, but just seeing this remarkable sight is unforgettable.
Journey up Mt. Nemrut. The massive stone heads looking out over the horizon are an impressive sight to behold.
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