The Far East and Black Sea Coast Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The Far East and Black Sea Coast - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Diyarbakir 9

Lake Van and Environs 8

Urfa (Sanliurfa) 7

Gaziantep 7

Mardin 7

Trabzon 7

Midyat 4

Kars 4

Hasankeyf 3

Mt. Nemrut and Around 2

Dogubeyazit and Mt. Ararat 2

Ani 1

Ayder 1

Sumela/ Mereyemana 1

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Mountain–Sight 2

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  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Situated on Lake Van's north shore 42 km (26 miles) north east of Tatvan, the small town of Ahlat was once an important bridge from East...


  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

On the tranquil, uninhabited islet of Akdamar, among the wild olive and almond trees, stand the scant remains of a monastery that include...

Archaeological Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

The city's excellent archaeological museum reopened in 2015 in a new location in the İç Kale complex. Atmospherically lit, it features...

Atatürk Alanı

  • Plaza/Square/Piazza

The heart of Trabzon's social activity is its pleasing central square, Atatürk Alanı, also known as simply as Meydan. In Byzantine...

Atatürk Köşkü

  • Museum/Gallery

Trabzon's wealthy citizens once retreated to villas in the hills above town. Greek banker Konstantin Kabayanidis built this attractive...

Aya Sofya

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Trabzon's best-known Byzantine monument is this well preserved 13th-century church sitting on a bluff overlooking the Black Sea that...


  • Market/Bazaar

Mardin's lively bazaar runs parallel to the old town's main street, Birinici Caddesi, and is refreshingly free of the stalls selling...


  • Market/Bazaar

A short walk east from the park leads to Urfa's bazaar, where in summertime merchants wait patiently in the hot sun for the occasional...


  • Market/Bazaar

Diyarbakır's bazaar encompasses the half dozen streets surrounding Ulu Cami; most stalls are shrines to wrought metal—gates, picks,...


  • Market/Bazaar

The heart of the bazaar is the Zincirli Bedestan , with shops selling copper work, mother-of-pearl inlay, saddles, and Ottoman-style...


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