1. Impressive Aphrodisias and Pamukkale: Admire the unreal landscape at the "Cotton Castle" of Pamukkale with its white terraces of limestone deposited by thermal waters through the ages. See the ancient spa, Hierapolis, still used today. Discover the necropolis, one of the largest cemeteries from antiquity to the present. Drive to Aphrodisias, the ancient site dedicated to the goddess of beauty, love, and fertility. Appreciate Anatolia's best-preserved stadium. At this site which drew artisans to its school of sculpture, enjoy the Temple of Aphrodite, the Tetrapylon, and the Theater. via http://bit.ly/TurkeyVision

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  2. Sublime Ephesus: Discover one of the world's best places to visualize an ancient Roman city, Ephesus. Explore the Marble Street, Agora, Odeon, and Theater, as well as the Fountain of Trajan, Temple of Hadrian, and Library of Celsius. View the remains of the Temple of Artemis, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. In spare time, sample luxurious leather goods and don't forget to visit the Archeological Museum of Ephesus. via http://bit.ly/TurkeyVision

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  3. Incredible Cappadocia: Visit the Goreme Valley, an open-air museum with rock hewn churches (7th-13th centuries) adorned with biblical frescoes. At a handicraft center, learn about the arts of rural Turkey and watch a demonstration on hand-made rugs. Tour an Underground City. Marvel at the cave dwellings and fairy chimneys of the Avcilar Valley and the Kiliclar Valley. Take photos at the best vista points. via http://bit.ly/TurkeyVision

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  4. Magnificent Istanbul: Visit Blue Mosque, recognizable by its six minarets. Built between 1609 and 1616 for Sultan Ahmet I, the interior is decorated with some 21,000 blue Iznik tiles. Visit the Hippodrome, where political, cultural, and athletic activities took place during Roman, Byzantine, and Ottoman times. Visit the imposing Hagia Sophia, which marked the apogee of Byzantine Emperor Justinian's reign. Topkapi Palace (residence of the Ottoman sultans from the 15th to the 19th century) with its terraces overlooking the Marmara Sea, the Bosphorus, and the Golden Horn. End the day at the historic Grand Bazaar. Cruise on the Bosporus, separating Asia from Europe and connecting the Marmara Sea to the Black Sea. Relish the best views of the city and its historic monuments. Discover beautiful marble palaces (Dolmabahce and Beylerbeyi), wooden Ottoman villas (yalis), and medieval fortresses. via http://bit.ly/TurkeyVision

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