What are You Know About the Lost Kingdom In Turkey

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It is in northeastern Turkey in remote area where unforgiving rocky crags give way to green oasis, It is home to the majestic Georgian monasteries in the medieval era of Tao-Klarjeti, It is a former feudal state ruled by the royal family of Bagration.





Tortum is a town and district of Erzurum Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey.The population is 4,507 as of 2010.There are 4 different ethnic group in the district. Ethnicity distribution Turkish Hemshin Kurdish Circassians Wikipedia Area: 566 mi² Hotels: 3-star averaging $19, 5-star averaging $80. View hotels
Tao Klarjeti was once part of the United Kingdom of Georgia that flourished during the twelfth and thirteenth centuries

However, the repeated raids by the conqueror Turku  in the late 14th century led to the demise of the kingdom In the middle of the 16th century, Tao Clareti came under Ottoman rule, resulting in becoming part of T

10 Best Small towns in Italy

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One travel reviews suggest 10 best small towns you can visit in Italy with small budget so if you planning for a honeymoon , family vacations , couples you can choose any of these towns.


Lucca

Lucca, Tuscany, has a fully enclosed wall of the historic center being some of the best preserved walls in Italy. The top of the walls was done in the wooded paths so you can walk or bike over the walls. Lucca medieval towers, about 100 churches, a long shopping street and a square, oval, which was a Roman coliseum. Unlike many cities of Tuscany, Lucca is flat rather than along a pitcher's mound.

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Matera

Matera is a unique city and one of my preferred spots in southern Italy. It is a little off the beaten track, but well worth the effort it takes to start out thither. The Sassi cave and turn off into the rock walls of a large house churches ravine. Although houses and churches have mostly been given up, some have been repaired in the cave hotels and centuries old churches can be seen. Sassy The entire region has been designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Mantova

Mantova or Mantua, is a historic township in northern Italy, surrounded on three sides by lakes with three lively square downtown. Mantua is one of the greatest during the Renaissance in Europe and home to the rich family Gonzaga. The Ducal Palace is a vast complex of buildings with beautiful frescoes. Palazzo Te also great expense. Mantova is designated as a World Heritage Site for its Renaissance architecture and is part of the UNESCO Quadrangle district that includes various other historical quotes.

Ravenna

Ravenna, near the Adriatic Sea in Emilia-Romagna is famous for its mosaics. The early Christian mosaics impressive work of the sixth and fifth centuries adorn the walls of churches and monuments of Ravenna, eight of which have been designated as World Heritage. Ravenna is still a producer of tiles and tile shops and classes.

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Parma

Parma in northern Italy, is notable for its cheese and ham, but it too causes an interesting historical center, compact. 12th century Baptistery of Parma is one of the most significant monuments of the 12th century in Italy and inside the Romanesque cathedral was covered with frescoes and works of amazing artwork. Parma also has museums, ethnic effects, and of course good restaurants.

Padua

Padua is a day trip from Venice or can be applied as a base to visit Venice if you opt to remain outside the urban center. Padua first, frescoes by Giotto and the Basilica of San Antonio Botanical Garden of Europe. The main square of Padua is a neat and nice to have a drink in a coffee bar area.

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Urbino

Urbino is a mountain town in the Marches area of central Italy. The Urbino Renaissance center was declared a World Heritage Site and its impressive Ducal Palace is one of the finest collections of Italian Renaissance painting. The metropolis is also a major center for ceramics and majolica culture and has a college dating from the early 16th century, a fort on the pitcher's mound.

Cremona

Cremona, in the area of Lombardy, in northern Italy, is renowned for its production of high-quality violins. Cremona has a compact historic center with the best monuments clustered around its central square. The clock tower of the 13th century, over 100 meters high brick tower is the second largest in Europe and is a groovy spot for views of Cremona and the surrounding countryside. Cremona is a day trip from Milan.

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Lecce

Lecce in Puglia in southern Italy, sometimes called the Florence of the South for its artistic richness of Baroque monuments. Lecce also has a castle, remains of a Roman amphitheater, an archaeological museum and a main shopping street. Lecce is a good base for touring the south of Puglia.

Brescia

Brescia is a city that is often overlooked in Milan, in the northern Lombardy with a castle, Roman ruins, Renaissance squares, and a medieval city interesting. The Museum of the City of Brescia Santa Giulia is one of my favorite museums, taking visitors along a journey from prehistoric times through Roman ruins and interesting churches in three different ways. The annual Mille Miglia car race sets out and ends in Brescia.

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