Bosphorus Bridge - Istanbul
Clock Tower - Bursa
Conkbayir Ataturk Victory Monument - Gallipoli
Selimiye Mosque - Edirne
Trojan Horse - Troy Ancient City
The Marmara region is a diverse and historically rich area in northwestern Turkey. The region is named after the Sea of Marmara, which separates the European and Asian sides of Turkey. It is home to Istanbul, the country's largest city and economic center, which boasts a mix of ancient and modern architecture, a vibrant cultural scene and stunning natural landscapes. The region is also known for its delicious cuisine, including traditional dishes such as meze and kebabs. The Marmara region has a long and complex history. Ancient ruins and archeological sites such as Troy, Gallipoli and the Great Mosque of Bursa testify to the cultural importance of the region. The region is a must-see for tourists who want to experience Turkey's rich heritage and modern culture.