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History The history of Cappadocia began in prehistoric times. Hatti culture (2500-2000 BC) had its way during the Bronze Age and in about the 2nd Millennium BC the Hittites settled in the region. Soon the Assyrians (2000-1800 BC) had established their trading posts. Phrygians probably ruled Cappadocia from 1250 BC, but the Lydians were expelled

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History Ancient Ephesus, located in the Aegean Cost of Turkey, is one of the most attractive, big and old tourist destinations in the world. Ancient Ephesus is visited by a million of tourists every year. It was the capital of Romans in Asia Minor 2000 years ago. After the excavations it became a huge open

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History Augusta, Antonina, Nova Roma, Byzantion, Byzantium, Constantinople and finally Istanbul… These exciting names reminds the mysterious and enchanting past of the city. Istanbul can be considered as the combination of the old and modern city, as well as Islamic and Mediterranean mixture of cultures in a captivating atmosphere. There are only few cities in

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History The area has been a centre of art and culture since some of the earliest recorded history, and has been settled by many civilizations since being founded by the Leleges people in 3000 BC. Later settlers include the Aeolians in the 11th century BC and Ionians in the 9th. Originally, seamen and traders built

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History There are only a few historical facts known about the origin of the city. No traces of the presence of Hittites or Persians have been found. The Phrygians built a temple, probably in the first half of the 7th century BC. This temple, originally used by the citizens of the nearby town of Laodicea,

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History Ancient history and settlement. Main article: History of the Maldives § Early Age. The first Maldivians did not leave any archaeological artifacts. Their buildings were probably built of wood, palm fronds and other perishable materials, which would have quickly decayed in the salt and wind of the tropical climate. Moreover, chiefs or headmen did not