Buyuk Urartu Hotel

Address: Serhat Mah. 2001 Cumhuriyet Bulvar No 32 Van Merkez, Van, Van, 65100, Turkey | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Serhat Mah. 2001 Cumhuriyet Bulvar No 32 Van Merkez, Van, is near Ancient Urartian site of Cavustepe (Sardurihinilli) and Old Van.
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        • Restaurant

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        • Free High-Speed Internet

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        • Room service
         

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        A travel blog entry by ralph.rydell on Jul 13, 2015

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        Hosap Castle was built between 800 and 600 BC by a Urartu king and was later rebuilt by the Kurdish king. The Kurdish king had small principality and he was working for the Romans guarding the Southeast portion of the Roman Empire protecting it from attack by the Persians. It is large castle. It was quite a climb to get to the top. At portions of …

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        A travel blog entry by ralph.rydell on Jul 12, 2015

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        We are circumnavigating Lake Van from West to East along the South shore. Van lies cross the lake from Tatvan the East coast. Our first destination was the Church of the Holy Cross which is situated approximately half way to Van. It was built on an island on Lake Van in 918 by an Armenian King of the lower Armenian kingdom. It is the oldest of the …

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        A travel blog entry by dave.coleman on Sep 23, 2014

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        ... is a moonscape of broken rocks, for all the world like solid rock has been rough-ploughed like a field of potatoes after cropping. It is extraordinary.





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        A travel blog entry by mooseandibmini on Sep 19, 2014

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        Here are some observations from the plane by Ali (although the view was hampered by the wing of the plane).

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        Lost in Translation

        A travel blog entry by 2legs2wheels on May 19, 2013

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        After my eventful evening the night before, I had hoped for a long and quiet lie in. That was not to be, because at 4.45am I was awoken by a herd of wheely cases and general shouting of Japanese tourists. They had decided that they were the only people on the planet at that moment and so who cared how much noise they made and I must have been exhausted because I didn’t alight from my bed to remonstrate with them, though given their number I might have been in ...