Travel Photography Photos tagged as turkish
Hamam Omerye is a true working example of Cyprus' rich culture and diversity, stone struggle, yet sense of freedom and flexibility. The site's history dates back to the 14th century, when it stood as an Augustinian church of St. Mary. Stone-built, with small domes, it is chronologically placed at around the time of Frankish and Venetian rule, approximately the same time that the city acquired its Venetian Walls.
A fantastic little town in Western Turkey
This is a sillouette of Ataturk on a mountain in Turkish North Cyprus. Ataturk means "Father of Turks," and he was the first president of the Republic of Turkey, a very renown person among the Turks.
Turkish Bath gives you the chance both to renew your body and your soul
Turkish carpets is a dieing tradition, which should be supported.