Ski centers in Turkey, which are generally opened in cooperation with state and private sectors, have become one of the most popular places for people who enjoy the outdoors in winter. The Palandöken Ski Center has come into prominence for its unique trails among ski centers, seeing a countless number of local and foreign tourists every year.
Erzurumlu Emrah (d. 1775 Tanbura, Erzurum – ö. 1854, Niksar, Tokat), Türk halk şairi. Anadolu'da üzerinde geçici olarak Sivas ve Kastamonu'da uzun süre kaldığı, Dertli'yi koruyan Alişan Bey'e sığındığı, bir ara Sinop ve İstanbul'a gittiği söylenir.
The Lala Mustafa Pasha Mosque (Turkish: Lala Mustafa Paşa Camii), originally known as the Cathedral of Saint Nicholas and later as the Ayasofya (Saint Sophia) Mosque of Mağusa, is the largest medieval building in Famagusta, Cyprus. Built between 1298 and c. 1400, it was consecrated as a Catholic cathedral in 1328.
Natural Attractions: Erzurum has not only historical sites but also unique natural beauties.Narman Fairy Chimneys, Nene Hatun National Park, Tortum Lake, Tortum Waterfall and Coruh River are among these natural beauties and you should not return without visiting them.
Encompassing nearly a million acres, the park protects a vast wilderness, thousands of years of human history, and several distinctly different ecosystems, including glacier-capped mountains, old-growth temperate rain forests, and over 70 miles of wild coastline.
Palandöken Mountain (or shortly Palandöken) is a 3,271 m (10,732 ft) high tectonic mountain in Erzurum Province, Turkey. The summit is at a distance of only 10 km (6 mi) from Erzurum city center, which itself extends at an elevation of 1,950 m (6,398 ft).
The Yakutiye Madrassah which is the largest of the Madrassah in Anatolia with a covered courtyard is one of the most grandiose buildings in Erzurum with the arrangement of its plan, its balanced architecture and decorations with large motifs. The central part of the rectangular courtyard in the internal space which has four vaulted rooms ...
A little further inland between the fountain of Ahmet III and the Şemsi Pasha Mosque is the large Yeni Valide Mosque, built by Ahmet III's mother. Uphill from the dock in the Valideiatik neighborhood is the Atik Valide Mosque, built by Murat III's mother and also designed by Sinan.