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Silifke Castle

Silifke Castle, locally known as Silifke Kalesi, lies on a hill in the town with the same name in the province of Mersin in Turkey.

Common plan needed for Diyarbakır’s walls

It is essential that all relevant parties work together to protect the walls of Diyarbakır given their iconic status,

The Corner of the Horn

An architectural review of the leaded magazine in Galata, Istanbul.   

Byzantine Fortresses in the Empire of Trebizond

The Empire of Trebizond stretched for hundred of miles along the coast of the Black Sea and it included several ports

Lampron Castle

Lampron Castle, locally known as Namrun Kalesi, lies on a small mountain in the village of Camliyayla

Tumlu Castle

Tumlu Castle, locally known as Tumlu Kale, lies on a rocky outcrop next to the village of Dumlu in the province of Adana in Turkey.

The 18th-Century Fortifications of the Bosphorus

The strategic importance of the Turkish Straits hardly needs a comment.

Siege of Ankara Castle

In 1402, the deadly confrontation between two great Turkish sovereigns, between Timur and Sultan Bayezid

Ankara's Citadel Walls

The study aimed to identify deterioration problems, repair and conservation needs of andesites on the walls of the Ankara Castle.

Hattusha: the Hittite Capital

Hattusha exerted dominating influence upon the civilizations of the 2nd and 1st millennia BC in Anatolia and northern Syria.

Turkish Sipahis

Sipahis were Anatolian timariot warriors employed mainly as light cavalry in Turkish armies.

Fortified Ancyra

It seems that the one historical monument all visitors to Ankara remember are those 18 pentagonal towers which appear to rise from the Kaledağı 'like the prows of advancing ships'.

Restoration of an Ottoman Watchtower in Payas

The subject of this thesis is the restoration project of Cin Kule in Payas.

Project Troia

German archaeologists have made new discoveries at modern day Hisarlik, northwest Turkey – ancient Troy.

Cadir Hoyuk

The 2006 season at Çadır Höyük continued to illuminate the story of this important mound near the village of Peyniryemez in Yozgat Province, central Turkey.

Amida (Diyarbakır)

Walled town on the Upper Tigris, modern Diyarbakır.

The Fortress of Tignis

The fortress of Tignis is about ten kilometres east of the small town of Akyaka in the province of Kars, at one end of a flat-topped hill overlooking the village of Kalkankale (formerly called Tignis).

Castle of St.Peter, Bodrum

The most prominent feature of Bodrum must be the Castle of St. Peter.

The Walls of Constantinople

The Walls of Constantinople are a series of stone walls that have surrounded and protected the city of Constantinople (today Istanbul in Turkey) since its founding as the capital of the Eastern Roman Empire by Constantine the Great.

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