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Unexplored places in Turkey.

  1.Bursa Bursa, Turkey’s fourth-largest city, is located in Anatolia at the foot of Mount Uludag, which is shrouded in mystery and legends. Bursa was the first capital of the Ottoman Empire from 1326 to 1363. It is a large city in northwest Turkey, lying in the foothills of roughly 2,500m-high Mount Uludag near the Sea of Marmara. The city is known for its mosques and historical sites from the early Ottoman Empire. It's nicknamed "Yeşil Bursa" (Green Bursa), owing to its many parks and trees, as well as its dramatic mountain backdrop.  Bursa is famous for its silk market and gorgeous silk products. Add to this the Green Mosque, the origin of Turkey’s shadow theater, the original Iskender Kebab, and plenty of parks and green spaces which also gave Bursa the name Green Bursa, and you’ll see why this is one of my favorite places in Turkey to visit, and why you should go, too. 2.Amasya Amasya  is one of the provinces in Central Anatolia of Turkey which is distinct both with

Hidden gems in Poland.


1. Kolobrzeg


On the south coast of the Baltic Sea lies Kolobrzeg, a rare combination of beachy atmosphere and medieval architecture. Founded during the Middle Ages, the city survived the Thirty Years’ War and an invasion by Napoleon, but was devastated by WWII. Today, it’s a seaside spa destination that is also popular with outdoor adventurists, particularly for biking the European Route of Brick Gothic. Visit the lighthouse overlooking the River Parseta, stroll the promenade along Kolobrzeg Pier, or visit one of the area’s many wellness centers.

2. Lublin


Lublin is one the premier cities in Eastern Poland and the Lubelskie Province. As the largest city east of the Vistula River and just 100 miles away from Poland’s capital, it is known as the “gate to the East” and is an important educational and scientific center.
The city’s iconic Krakow Gate has been standing since the 14th century and its gate clock has been there since the 16th century. It is here where a trumpeter plays each day at noon. 
You can pass through the Krakow Gate to reach the old town. Lublin’s Old Town is full of charm with its cobbled narrow streets and traditional style architecture and Renaissance burgher houses. Everything here is seeping with history and character. In fact, this area is sometimes referred to as “Little Krakow”.
The Lublin cathedral and Trinity Tower are also in the Old Town. The Cathedral is baroque style and is very popular with visitors on account of its extensive wall paintings. The Trinity Tower rewards visitors with breathtaking panoramic views of the entire city.
About one-third of the city’s population is comprised of students, which lends the city a youthful vibe and plenty of choices when it comes to nightlife. You’ll also find all the cultural activities you might expect in a university town. 

3. Poznan



Poznan is Poland's 5th largest city and one of its oldest. Situated halfway between Warsaw and Berlin, it combines a unique heritage with rich cultural offer, lively atmosphere and spirit of entrepreneurship.
This is the very place where Polish statehood was born in the 10th century. It is believed that Duke Mieszko I was baptised here, joining the ranks of medieval European rulers.
Poznan might also surprise you. You will see an enormous medieval-like castle, which in fact is the youngest castle in Europe, built in the early 20th century for German emperor Wilhelm II.
"Stary Browar” (Old Brewery) actually no longer produces beer. It has become a shopping, art and business centre. In 2006 it was awarded as The Best Medium Size Shopping Centre in the World.
Poznanians live in a city of greenery with numerous parks, like the Citadel Park and large recreation complexes with Lake Malta just 3 km from the city centre. You may call Poznan a compact city suitable to discover on foot or by bicycle.
 Poznan is a host to international festivals, such as: the International Henryk Wieniawski Violin Competition (the oldest event of its kind in the world), Malta Festival, Ethno Port (deemed to be one of the 25 best world music festivals in the world) or the International Ice Sculpture Festival.

 4. Bialowieza


The Park covers the area of 10 517,27 ha, which constitutes 1/6 of the Polish part of Bialowieza Forest. 6059,27 ha is under strict protection, 4104,63 ha is under active protection, and landscape protection covers the area of 353,37 ha. 
The park comprises 3 administrative units: Orlowka Protective Unit, Hwozna Protective Unit and the European Bison Breeding Center (covering three breeding reserves and European Bison Show Reserve)
It is last natural forest at the European Lowland Area, having the primeval character, identical with the one which covered the area of deciduous and coniferous forests years ago. The characteristic feature of the park is its biological diversity. The Park comprises, inter alia, 809 vascular plants species, over 3 thousand cryptogams and fungi species, almost 200 moss species and 283 lichen species. There have been more than 8 thousand invertebrates species, approximately 120 species of breeding birds and 52 mammal species. 
European bison – the biggest European land mammal – is the symbol of the Park. Bialowieza Forest became last mainstay for the lowland European bison. The process of its reinstatement, bringing it back to nature started right there. At present,  Bialowieza Forest comprises the largest free-living population of European bison in the world. There are approximately 500 European bison living in the Polish part of Bialowieza Forest.

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