UNESCO World Heritage Sites and Routes

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has declared more than 1,000 sites around the world to be of outstanding value to humanity.

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Mediterranean Türkiye

UNESCO Heritage Sites and Routes

Karain Cave lies 35 km north of Antalya. It is one of the six caves with evidence of prehistoric settlement discovered in this region, indicating the importance of early human activity in the area.

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Central Türkiye

UNESCO Heritage Sites and Routes

Sivas is the principal city of Central Türkiye and has always been a gateway from the east to Central Anatolia.

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Southeastern & Eastern Türkiye

UNESCO Heritage Sites and Routes

Ani is located 50 km east of Kars, at the Armenian border where the river Arpaçay forms a natural border between the two countries.

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Aegean Türkiye

UNESCO Heritage Sites and Routes

The Mausoleum of Hecatomnus is located on the east side of Hisarbaşı Hill in the Milas district of Muğla.

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Marmara Türkiye

UNESCO Heritage Sites and Routes

Troy, or Troia as it is mentioned in Homer’s epic Iliad, is located at the entrance of the Dardanelles, 30 km west of Çanakkale.

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Black Sea Türkiye

UNESCO Heritage Sites and Routes

Safranbolu, known as Saframpolis in antiquity, was a major city in the ancient district of Paphlagonia.

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Thematic Routes

in Türkiye

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