TURKEY – A Journey through Anatolia

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Patrick Syder Travel

Church of the Holy Cross, Akdamar Island, Anatolia
Stunning carved exterior of the Armenian Church of the Holy Cross, Lake Van

20 May – 3 June 2014

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Turkey Anatolia Tour (TA) Dossier 2014Click to download itinerary (pdf format)

A detailed journey through the Anatolian plains of Asia Minor, visiting the little discovered eastern region of Turkey where great empires have flourished and faded over the millennia, and stunning scenery and landscapes capture the imagination. This area contains the complete spectrum of chronology covering the Bronze and Iron Age, where various cultures came and left their mark including the Assyrians, Hittites and Phrygians. As well as these earlier civilisations there will be an opportunity to admire Byzantine churches and the architecture of the Seljuk and Ottoman Turks. The climax to the trip is the visit to the mountaintop of Nemrut Dagi, famed burial place of Antiochus I. Time is also spent in the ancient city of…

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David Juster - Professional Photographer Specialist in all aspects of Display, Exhibitions, Conferences, PR, Award Ceremonies, and Studio. Also Volunteer coach for a junior badminton group. Personal Interests:- • Badminton • F1 • Spurs • Computers • Electro Swing • Owner of holiday home, available to rent in South of France.

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