Turkey is a country whose territory extends over more than one continent, meaning that it is a “transcontinental” country, most of which is located in the Anatolian Peninsula in Western Asia, and the smallest part is located in the Balkan Peninsula in Southeast Europe.  Turkey is considered one of the best tourist places that foreign and Arab visitors frequent for its wonderful atmosphere and the availability of ancient and archaeological tourist places and the availability of many places for recreation and entertainment.

 Tourism is one of the most important pillars of the Turkish economy, especially in recent decades. All the cities of Turkey (Istanbul - Antalya - Trabzon - Ankara - Fethiye) and other cities contain many and varied tourist attractions.  Including museums and ancient monuments, including the ornate Ottoman Empire mosques, which were built in the most luxurious style, including beaches and places of recreation and relaxation.

 Top 10 landmarks in Turkey:

 And the many tourist attractions in Turkey.  We have selected the top 10 diverse tourist attractions among the most prominent places in all the great cities of Turkey.

 10- Hagia Sophia Museum:

 Hagia Sophia Museum is one of the oldest museums in Turkey in “Istanbul”.  This museum was an old church before it was turned into a mosque by the Ottoman Sultan Muhammad Al-Fateh, and then into a religious museum in 1935. This museum bears witness to the most prominent Byzantine and Ottoman architectural designs. Several renovations were made to the museum after it was transformed into a mosque. Sultan Muhammad Al-Fateh added to it.  A minaret, then another minaret was added to it by the Ottoman Sultan Bayezid II, and it continued as a mosque for 481 years.  Then finally it was turned into a museum in 1934 and it became one of the best ancient monuments in Istanbul.

 9- Fethiye Museum:

 Fethiye Museum is one of the most important tourist attractions in Turkey in the city of “Fethiye”, which is characterized by its charming view of the Aegean coast and its beautiful natural scenery. The Fethiye Museum is one of the museums rich in ancient and modern antiquities that testify to the civilizations that were present in this city antiques starting from the Lycian civilization  Ancient and Byzantine.  Where the history of antiques and artifacts dates back to 3000 BC to the Byzantine period, and the large museum garden provides stunning natural views, in the middle of which is a fountain, and contains many ancient archaeological statues.

 8- The Green Mosque:

 The Green Mosque is one of the most ancient tourist attractions in Turkey in the city of “Bursa.” It dates back to the era of the Seljuk Turks in the fifteenth century and was built after the construction of the Great Mosque of Bursa.It is one of the archaeological religious monuments that attracts the attention of tourists to it.It is called the Green Mosque in Turkey with  “Yashil Mosque” is also known as “Sultan Mehmet I Chalabi Mosque”, and he is the one who established this mosque to be a mosque and a government palace at the same time.The plan of the building was designed in the form of “7 upside down” and consists of two floors and two large domes, and it is  It is described as an architectural masterpiece in terms of the magnificent Ottoman design and the decorations that adorn the mosque from the inside and outside, and the ceramic tiles, especially in the inner halls.It is the first mihrab in the early Ottoman period decorated with Chinese porcelain structures.

 7- The covered market:

 The covered market is one of the oldest markets in Turkey in the city of "Istanbul".  And one of the tourist attractions that visitors come to especially, as it has a lot of products that include jewelry, accessories and souvenirs.  There is also a variety of clothes, antiques and sculptures in it. The number of covered market streets is about 60 streets, and it has 6 main doors.  It was built during the reign of the Ottoman Sultan Mehmed the Conqueror and by order of him, shortly after the conquest of Constantinople. It was expanded during the contract of Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent in the sixteenth century.

 6- Ankara Castle and the Old Quarter:

 Ankara Castle is one of the tourist attractions in Turkey in the capital city of Ankara.  This castle is one of the best and most important fortresses of the city of Ankara. It dates back to the Roman rule and then the Ottoman rule. The old quarter is one of the tourist places associated with Ankara Castle. The visitor who visits the castle must visit the old neighborhood, which is characterized by the wooden houses that bear the Ottoman style in  Turkish designs and handicrafts.

 5- Cirali Beach:

 Cirali Beach, where relaxation, calm and psychological comfort.  There is a Cirali beach in the city of "Antalya", and it is considered one of the most important tourist areas in Turkey, which tourists go to enjoying the transparent turquoise waters.  It is considered one of the best beaches for fun swimming. This beach is close to the ancient historical city of Olympos, and the beach is surrounded by many pine trees and citrus trees, which increases the resort's beauty and makes it a global source of tourism.  It is also considered one of the most important nature reserves in which German turtles are abundant.

 4- Haider Nabi Resort:

 The Haydar Nabi product is one of the wonderful tourist attractions in Turkey in the city of “Trabzon”.  Haydar Nabi Resort is one of the first places that tourists go to when they visit Trabzon. The resort is about 35 km from the city.  It is one of the fun natural places that provide recreation.  There are wonderful fish lakes and heights covered with greenery, as well as many restaurants that serve the most delicious Turkish dishes and sweets.

 3- Girl's Tower:

 The Girl’s Tower is one of the famous tourist attractions in Turkey in the city of “Istanbul.” It is a tower on a small island at the southern entrance to the Bosphorus, about 200 meters from the coast of Uskudar, which is the coast of Uskadar in itself.

 One of the wonderful entertainment places where there are wooden benches on the bank of the coast that provide visitors to sit, relax and enjoy the view of the magnificent tower with the waters of the Bosphorus. The history of the girl’s tower dates back to the era of the Byzantine state.  The reason for its construction was linked to ancient legends, including “there was a sultan who loved a girl very much, and he had a dream that on his daughter’s eighteenth birthday, she would be bitten by a snake and she would die. The father did not find a way to protect his daughter except to keep her away from the ground, so he blocked me, so he bridged part of the strait.”  The Bosphorus, and he built a tower for it to try to keep his daughter away from the snake.” So he smelled the girl's tower, but there was no source for that.

 2- The Blue Mosque:

 The Blue Mosque or Sultan Ahmed Mosque.  One of the best and most famous religious monuments in ancient history.  It is one of the most important mosques in the city of “Istanbul.” The mosque is located in Sultanahmet Square, and the mosque is famous for its distinctive architecture.

 It is one of the most important and largest mosques in the Islamic world.

 The Blue Mosque consists of: - * From the outside (five large domes, six minarets. Eight small domes) * And from the inside it is in the form of a rectangle, with a large dome in the middle, surrounded by four half-domes.  Also, every corner of the mosque is covered with small domes with a large number of windows permeating the light. The design of the Blue Mosque is considered one of the best distinctive mosque designs done by the architect Sidvkar Muhammad Al-Agha.  To represent the Islamic architectural style and the classical Ottoman civilization.  Which dates back to the beginning of the 17th century.

 1- Sultan Murad Heights:

 Sultan Murad Heights is one of the most prominent natural places in Turkey.  Sultan Heights is located in a privileged and charming location between the hills and hills in the city of “Trabzon”.  It is characterized in the summer and spring by greenery and the wonderful humid atmosphere. In the winter, the tops of the highlands are adorned with the mountains to give a dazzling view. The heights of Sultan Murad are about 2200 meters above sea level and were named after Sultan Murad, who stayed in these heights with his great army during his return.  From the conquests of Iran in 1635 AD.  And he made it a place for residence, relaxation and prayer, as Sultan Murad heights are among the most charming natural places.  There are also many distinctive hotels in this area that provide all-inclusive accommodation.  There are museums and lakes in stations close to the heights of Sultan Murad.