Grand Yukselis Hotel

Sefa Sirmen Bulvari , Izmit, Kocaeli, 41200, Turkey | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by itchy-feet-bc on Oct 08, 2013

1 comment, 66 photos

... for 5 kilometres and are surrounded by a double ditch. At one time there were 100 towers in various locations. In the 1300's when the Ottoman Empire expanded the the main church in town was converted into what became known as the Orhan Mosque. A madrasa and baths were built nearby as well as a soup kitchen. Much of the town was destroyed in 1921 during the Greco-Turkish ...

Ruins of St. Sophia and City Walls in Iznik

A travel blog entry by momentsintime on Mar 14, 2011

75 photos

... around the ruins for a while and then drove to the city’s limit to view its ancient walls. As mentioned earlier, they were built in 300 BC. We didn’t get out of the bus but looked through the windows. . It was quite impressive and amazing just to think that the people back then was so advanced architecturrally.

We then drove to Bursa for more discoveries yet to come!

Monique ...

Agva - Sand and camping between the two rivers

A travel blog entry by gabador on Jul 29, 2009

2 comments, 57 photos

... where every now and then we picked up a passenger, who paid their ten liras, and stood for the rest of the journey unless somebody gave up their seat for them.

It took us the better part of three hours to get to our destination, meandering through landscapes I have never experienced before, but always thought would exist in the Mediterranean – Cyprus or Greece. At places, the road was flanked by giant fingers of stone, where the water drained down from ...

To Iznik

A travel blog entry by oldrover on Aug 06, 2008

1 comment, 4 photos

... the right page being of the near view of local despoilment. Could anything shame these folks into paying some attention? I'm sure not my efforts. Turkey has a national law referred to as Article 301 of the Turkish penal code. [ 01_(Turkish_penal_code)] It has something to do with "insulting Turkey." It was earlier this year amended, making it less restrictive, I think. But before that, persons--including Orhan Pamuk, the Turkish ...

Last Days in Istanbul

A travel blog entry by jbg63 on Mar 30, 2007

6 photos

... John's theory is that all lost things end up re-sold in the Istanbul Grand Bazaar.) We toured through the Old Cistern. It was built in the 500's to hold water for the city. The water came from the hills via aqueduct. The Cistern was a real engineering feat; with hundreds of columns supporting arched and vaulted roofs, all covered with rubble. It was nicely lit, and contained enough water to give a sense of what it was like when it was operational. There ...