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  1. http://WatchMojo.com/ presents... A helpful guide if you're planning on visiting the country of Turkey. Subscribe to our new dedicated WatchMojo Travel channel, http://www.youtube.com/user/WatchMojoTravel
  2. Read more on our travel blog - http://travelingcanucks.com/2010/11/dark-church-goreme-open-air-museum-cappadocia-turkey/ Arguably one of Cappadocia's most famous attractions, the Göreme Open Air Museum is a complex of medieval painted cave churches carved out by Orthodox monks
  3. Take a tour of Central Turkey and witness the magnificent sites to understand why most are drawn to this beautiful part of Turkey. Professor John R. Hale has partnered with The Great Courses to take you on this magical journey. See the entire course available on The Great Courses: Great Tours: Greece and Turkey, from Athens to Istanbul http://bit.ly/1wm0TQJ View the latest content from The Great Courses: http://bit.ly/TGC_Home Central Turkey is home to great cities like Ankara and Konya and a region that is unlike any other place on earth, Cappadocia. This area features magnificent archite
  4. Istanbul, Ankara, Cappadocia Vacation and Tourism HD World Travel https://www.youtube.com/user/World1Tube Turkey Travel, Vacation http://youtu.be/yG5r2gQn7LE Explore Turkey on this Grand Circle Travel European guided tour and visit Istanbul's historic sites, including the Blue Mosque and Topkapi Palace. Along the way, you'll find where East greets West as you see the ancient treasures of Izmir, Cappadocia, and Ephesus. Turkey Travel Guide, Vacation, Tourism HD View our video to follow in the footsteps of our travelers as they discover the Crossroads of Turkey, from ancient ruins to modern
  5. The ancient, legendary empire of Byzantium - also known as the Eastern Roman Empire - outlasted the demise of Rome by a thousand years. A new order rose to become the last classical civilization of world history, sheltering the vestiges of Western learning during the Dark Ages, thriving off the silk and spice trade from the East, and eventually succumbing to the ruthless advance of crusaders and Ottomans. Pass through the gates of Constantinople, the eye of the world, where East still meets West. Explore the magnificent mosque of Hagia Sophia. Visit the treasury of St. Mark's in Venice and see
  6. Miss Turkey 2011 Melisa Aslı Pamuk takes you to a fascinating tour around the magnificient city Istanbul. To find more about Istanbul and ISTANBUL FIND you can visit... www.istanbulfind.com
  7. Well..................... its day 2 A short overview of public transportation. A visit to a historical castle and of course dinner and a show. The cab drivers are snakes so unless you want to pay way to much for a ride use the trains... they are a few lira for a red token and the buses are cheap but sometimes confusing because there are a lot of them. Cab drivers refused us and we them.... when we insisted they turn the meters on and they didn't. You may visit the castle by bus from Taksim Square or take a train part of the way. If you like that sort of thing the castle is fun because there
  8. Today its mosques.............. well after a fresh fish sandwich cooked on a bobbing boat??????? Well that's a new one for me. Its was simple and good. The Galata bridge is quite a place. At each end there are markets and underneath there are restaurants. Now the mosques................... three of them in order: 1. Pustem Fasa mosque 2. Suleymaniye mosque 3. Hagia Sophia A quite time to walk and admire the architecture of the mosques. Map to fish sandwiches here: http://maps.google.com/maps?q=41.018375,28.97107&num=1&t=h&sll=41.00527,28.97696&sspn=0.540005,1.024475&a
  9. Today... day 4... wow my legs are killing me. Today we simply walk through many of the market streets and then get some spices at the spice market. After that its a late lunch (street dining) It was awesome! Istiklal Avenue is like main street and in one form or another ....runs from Taksim all the way to the Galata bridge down the bottom tip of Beyoglu. By Taksim its name brands and restaurants and and boutiques as you get to the Galata bridge then its specialized blocks of merchandise new, old and handmade. This extends well beyond the bridge into the mosques and spice markets of the Fatih
  10. Final video from my trip.... Day 5 what can I say here... if you like armchair tourism then this episode is just for you. Longer shots music and food... walking walking. Sit back and be distracted for 20 min I only had five days and I never new or cared about Turkey. Yes there is a world out side....... I will defiantly go back and I think its a great alternative destination for those who want to try something lest Western or less Asian. O.K. now gotta get back to some Japan vids
  11. Istanbul is in the top 5 list of the world's most popular tourist destinations. Istanbul is the largest city in Turkey, it has 13.9 million population. Istanbul is second largest city in the world. This awesome city is very popular for the tourists, in 2012 it was visited by 11.6 foreign visitors. Turkey Istanbul: ! http://www.facebook.com/lalonda.latvianslondon?ref=ts&fref=ts Equipment and Software: Canon 7D - 17-55mm f/2.8 IS USM Lens GoPro HD Hero 2 Apple phone, ipad Sony vegas 10 Music: Musiqq - Vina Party Shakers (Video edit) R.I.O. Feat. Nicco Pursuit Of Happiness (St
  12. UNESCO Site Lang: ENG Formato: HDV 1080i60 Dur: 52'
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