Grand Pasha Hotel

Hatun Mah.Teyfik HafIz Sok. No:5 , Amasya, Amasya Province, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Hatun Mah.Teyfik HafIz Sok. No:5 , Amasya, is near Pontic Rock Tombs.
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    Travel Blogs from Amasya

    A Sanctuary on a Hill

    A travel blog entry by bubbles48463 on Jul 22, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    Today, we witnessed once again the helpfulness of taxi drivers here. We went in search of an ancient sanctuary to Zeus Stratios, or, "Zeus of the Army," that was constructed on one of the highest points in the region near the present-day village of Yassical. The site has only been recently excavated and is situated along an unmarked, unpaved road, so our driver had to enlist the help of local villagers to find the site. Eventually, we had success, and we were able to photograph ...

    The Shadow of the Past

    A travel blog entry by bubbles48463 on Jul 20, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... hot this afternoon while we were walking, but a few minutes after we got back to the hotel it started raining heavily. It's still raining right now, so we may have to postpone our evening adventure for another time.

    We hope everyone is doing well and getting a bit of a break and some rest as well. We're thinking about you guys constantly and are excited to see you when we get home!

    Cherry Day in Amasya

    A travel blog entry by tredders on Jun 13, 2013

    35 photos

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    We walked down into town (about 2 blocks) There were major celebrations going on with this Cherry festival thing. They had a big stage set up in the park and another down by the river. We crossed the river and went for dinner at a traditional restaurant. I opted out of the really traditional meal (Gayle didn't & lived to regret it) I went for the Lamb Shish and it was really good. Gayles traditional fare started with ...

    Rock-cut Tombs and a Deep Valley

    A travel blog entry by parleusted on Nov 06, 2012

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... we were ready to visit some of the historical sights in this charming city. Known to be inhabited since 5500 BC, the city was conquered by Alexander the Great in the 4th century and then became the capital of successor kingdoms ruled by Persian provincial governors. In the 3rd century BC it entered its golden age as capital of the Kingdom of Pontus that dominated a large part of Anatolia. Conquest by the Romans in 47 BC foreshadowed its decline. After ...


    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on May 22, 2012

    5 photos

    ... 7TL.

    Our tour of Amasya began at 1520. The Burmali Minare Camii was not open. All Silk Road trade bound for the Black Sea went through Amasya, making it a rich town. Ottoman sultans were trained in Amasya so it was also a centre of learning. The former ham [caravan rest stop] is being restored.

    Went into the Amasya Ozel Sehzadeler Museum 2TL after putting on 'clean shoecovers'. It was a bit of a wax museum re famous ...

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