02
April
2015

Traveler of Lost City: Selcuk, Turkey

Traveler of Lost City: Selcuk, Turkey

All part of Turkey is full of history.

This time, the traveler of lost city goes to one of the prominent historical sites of Turkey: city of Selcuk which is the location for Great Ephesus, Ayasoluk Hill, and Historical Isabey Mosque.

About 3,000 years back, this place was a center of a great civilization with glory.

Ephesus is one of the most important cities of the ancient Romans. Built in 10th century BC, this great city is the breathtaking. It is amazing to see the architecture and the craftworks of that time.

The architecture of the city still amazes the architects of our modern time.

The summer is near; it is time to make plan to visit this great place in Turkey.

Enjoy the photo gallery!

  • Tags: travel, turkey, world

Author; Tayfur Coskunüzer Categories: Tece Blog

About the Author

Tayfur Coskunüzer

Tayfur Coskunüzer

Mr. Tayfur Coskunuzer is the chairman of Tece Dekor. He provides the overall direction and strategy for TECE. Mr. Tayfur Coskunuzer is a visionary who has led Tece from 100 m² of workshop (where only pre-gluing was done) to an area of 20,000 m² (where raw paper is turned into any design and then melamine edgebanding) in a time span of 8 years.

In his spare times and many trip abroad, he enjoys taking photographs. He has published two books; 'Masai Mara' and 'Traces of Light'. For more information, please his personal website.

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