The Apple Palace

Cakallar Mah. Vermis Sokak No 7, Amasya, Amasya Province, Turkey | Hotel
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Amasya

A travel blog entry by itchy-feet-bc

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... and many generations of the Ottoman Imperial Dynasty. There are many Ottoman period wooden houses. The town has a long history dating back to 5500 BC. At on time it was the capital of the Persian-Pontus occupation. It has seen occupation by Romans, the Byzantines and became a Turkish sovereignty in 1075. when it was a part of the Ottoman Empire and grew in ...

Amasya, a Turkish jewel - une perle Turque

A travel blog entry by sallyjonasniels

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... old fortress, ancient tombs, a lot of old mosques, restored wooden houses, very nice little boutiques, and… a wonderful hotel ! Everything was made with taste and love in this city. After a long and exhausting walk on the hill and in the streets, we had a nice Turkish diner, and then we enjoyed a good shisha and a local sweety-cheesy delicacy (I forgot its name) next to the ...

Cherry Day in Amasya

A travel blog entry by tredders

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... changes every 10 minutes or so. The bridges were also lit up.

Gayle has bought her Granddaughter, Lucca's toy beagle dog with her. Its called Benson, so Benson has been getting his photo taken everywhere & Gayle is sending the pictures home for Lucca. Its quite cute. Today Benson had his photo up the mountain and then again in the mosque wearing headdress. I guess we will have to wait till tomorrow to see what Benson gets up ...

Rock-cut Tombs and a Deep Valley

A travel blog entry by parleusted

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... the town are tombs of the kings of Pontus. Dating as far back as 4th century BC, they were used for cult worship of the deified rulers. All of the 18 tombs are now empty, but a path through the rocks takes you to some of them for a closer look. It is also a great place to get a panoramic view of the city whose skyline is dominated by several mosques. As it turned out, we were at the top enjoying the view when it was time for Azan (call to prayer) and ...

A PONTIC JEWEL

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels

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... who meet at Galatasaray asking for the whereabouts of long missing sons and daughters scooped up for a past political protest.

Visited the Pontic tombs, now just shells. Beneath them were parts of a former bath and palace complex, that area known as the Baths of the Maidens Palace.

Returning to the town, our last stop was the Sultan II Bayezid Camii [mosque]. We were able to enter same, standing quietly at the back while some ...

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This hotel, located on Cakallar Mah. Vermis Sokak No 7, Amasya, is near Pontic Rock Tombs.
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