The Pilbara began to form more than 3.6 billion years ago and its vast landscape of deep pindan reds panoramas is an ancient place.
A rare example of a body of water that was created by the catastrophic impact of a meteorite is the twin lakes in Central Greece together referred to as Zerelia.
In the ancient city of Tlos in the Seydikemer district of Muğla, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage Tentative List, excavations that shed light on the Lycian civilization and the history of Anatolia continue.
In his 57 years of life, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder of the Republic, went down in world history not only as a commander who successfully led the Turkish nation’s War of Independence, but also as a genius statesman with his revolutions.
An Early Bronze Age village 2,000 years before Pompeii was almost completely preserved. And when Mount Vesuvius erupted on an autumn day, it managed to hide for generations.
Machu Picchu is an Inca settlement built on top of a mountain stretching out from the clouds to the sky. The site, above the Urubamba river, has been variously described as a fortress, imperial sanctuary, and ceremonial site.
The fertile lands of the city, which takes its name from the plain on which it was founded, and its advanced structure in transportation have made Myra an important city throughout history.
Petra, the “rose-red city” of the ancient Nabataean civilization, is located in southern Jordan and east of Wadi Araba, part of the Great Rift Valley, whose bird flight is about 133 km from the shores of the Gulf of Aqaba.
Angkor Wat, which includes more than fifty temples, was built in approximately 30 years during the Khmer Kingdom, which ruled for 630 years.
Because it is positioned on the route connecting the Aegean Region to Anatolia, Uşak and its environs have had strategic importance throughout history. Within its bounds, this multicultural geography contains archaeological treasures, including the ancient city of Blaundus.