The Sea of Marmara and the North Aegean Sights

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Bursa 14

Iznik 7

Pergamum (Bergama) 4

The Mount Ida Region (Kaz Daglari) 4

Gallipoli 4

Troy (Truva) 2

Çanakkale 2

Cunda Island (Ali Bey Adasi) 1

Ayvalik 1

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  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

The most dramatic of the remains of Pergamum are at the Acropolis. Take a smooth, 15-minute ride on the teleferik (gondola lift; 13...


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The hilltop Acropolis measures about five square city blocks. Founded about 1000 BC by Aeolian Greeks, the city was successively ruled...

Arkeoloji Müzesi

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This small museum houses a substantial collection of statues, coins, jewelry, and other artifacts excavated from the ancient city and...

Arkeoloji Müzesi

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A number of finds from Troy, including gravestones, jewelry, and kitchenware, have made their way to this quiet and somewhat cavernous...


  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

This is believed to have been one of the world's first full-service health clinics. The name is a reference to Asklepios, god of medicine...

Aya Sofya

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The primitive mosaic floor is believed to date from the church's construction in the 6th century, during the reign of Justinian; the...

Ayvalık Rahmi M. Koç Museum

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In an unusual historical-preservation choice, Cunda's Taxiarchis Church, a landmark dating to 1873, has been wonderfully restored and...


  • Island

Heading south from Troy, you'll pass through Ezine or Geyikli. In either case you'll see a signpost for Bozcaada, one of the two Aegean...

Bursa Kent Müzesi

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Right behind Heykel, this well-conceived museum is a showcase for local history and handicrafts. Among the exhibits are impressive re-creations...

Cape Helles

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On the southernmost tip of the Gallipoli Peninsula, the cape has a massive, four-pillared memorial to Turkey's World War I dead. No one...


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