Discovering Aydın's Timeless Treasures: A Journey Through the Ancient Cities of Western Turkey
If you're looking for a journey through time and history, Aydın, Turkey is a perfect destination with its  ancient cities. Here, amidst stunning natural beauty, lies a treasure trove of archaeological sites that offer a glimpse into the rich cultural and architectural heritage of this region. From the awe-inspiring Temple of Apollo in Didyma to the well-preserved ancient city of Miletus, there's no shortage of wonders to discover. Join us on that journey we explore the mysteries and marvels of Aydın's ancient cities.
Artvin: Exploring the Scenic Beauty of Turkey's Black Sea Coast
Artvin, located in the Black Sea region of Turkey, is a hidden gem that offers visitors a unique blend of natural beauty, rich cultural heritage, and thrilling outdoor adventures. From its rugged mountains and deep valleys to its rushing rivers and beautiful lakes, Artvin is a destination that has something for everyone. Join us as we embark on a journey to explore the scenic beauty and cultural richness of Artvin.
Ihlara Valley: A Hidden Gem of Natural Wonder in Turkey
Ihlara Valley in Aksaray is a true wonder of nature and one of the most popular tourist attractions in Turkey. Shaped by volcanic and tectonic activities over centuries, this valley boasts unparalleled beauty that draws visitors from all corners of the world. The valley is home to many ancient churches, making it a top destination for history buffs and sightseers alike. Whether you're yet to visit Ihlara Valley or wish to relive your memories of this stunning location, our content has got you covered. Read on to discover everything you need to know about Ihlara Valley, including its fascinating history, breathtaking landscapes, and must-see landmarks. And the best part? Ihlara Valley is open to visitors every day of the week, so you can plan your trip at your convenience.
Top 5 Cheapest Countries You Can Go Travel To in 2023
Are you looking for the most beautiful locations at the best prices? Where can you go in 2023 on a small budget while still enjoying greater standards? Let's take a look at these lovely nations that you might want to include to your list of the best places to travel on a budget.
Why is Your Penis Shaped Like a Mushroom? The Mystery is Solved.
If you have ever wondered why the Penis is shaped the way it is, then this article is for you. A team of scientists led by evolutionary psychologist Professor Gordon Gallup of the State University of New York at Albany theorizes that sperm competition played a significant role in the evolution of the penis, particularly the glans.
14 Unfortunate People Who Met The Angel Of Death In The Weirdest Ways
There is no good way of dying. But there are some deaths that make people wish it would never happen to them. You can find many causes to die for or maybe your biological time has come. But the deaths in this list have nothing to do with either of them. They're just stupid ways to die. I hope nobody in the world will ever die like any of the ways in the list.
On The Brink Of Extinction: 14 Stunning Photos Of The Awa Amazon Tribe!
Deep in the Amazon lives the world's most endangered tribe, an ancient group who trudge through the forests of eastern Brazil carrying everything they own - their children, their weapons and their pets. They have been pushed to the brink of extinction by European colonists who enslaved them and ranchers who stole the land they need to survive. And yet, they live in complete harmony with their jungle home. Most Awa families adopt several wild animals as pets and remarkably, the women breastfeed them until they are fully grown. These people are so close to being wiped out forever, that they are kept safe, away from the modern world. As a result, very few people have ever met the Awa. Photographer Domenico Pugliese is one of those lucky enough to spend time with this remarkable tribe - and even became a source of amusement for them.
16 Horrifying Facts About Humans Revealed In 'Sapiens: A Brief History Of Humankind'
One of the best books recently written is A Brief History of Human Kind, by Noah Harari, in 2012.As readers of the book know, the story Noah tells is that of modern man, the Homo Sapiens, came out of North Africa and seized the world by eliminating, or in other words, destroying all other human species such as Homo Erectus and Neanderthal.This book tells the history of mankind and what is likely to happen in the future in a simple way. There is really much to be learned from this book!
An Extraordinary Claim: Is This How You Get Super Powers?
Sun gazing has been a practice that ancient civilizations of Maya, Egypt, Aztec, Tibet, and India have resorted to in order to cure some illnesses.However, it has also been claimed that sun gazing leads to super powers!The findings from the most recent studies agree with this rather 'wild' claim. Let's see together what it is all about.
A Miraculous Chinese Man Who Allegedly Lived For 256 Years: Li Ching-Yuen
Man’s fascination with the concept of longevity beyond the 70 or 80 years of the typical human lifespan is documented in a variety of writings, myths, and legends stretching back thousands of years. Ancient Greek historian Herodotus, for example, wrote of a magical fountain in modern day Ethiopia that restored the youth of those who bathed in its waters. The Old Testament reckonings of the biblical patriarch Methuselah (grandfather of Noah) put his age at the time of his death at between 720 and 969 years. One of the more unusual cases of asserted human longevity in modern times involved Chinese resident Li Ching-Yuen (also rendered as Li Ching-Yun), mentions of whom started appearing in U.S. newspaper accounts in the 1920s accompanied by claims that he had been born in either 1677 or 1736.
Ditch Your Prescriptions, The Miraculous Plant Centaury Is Good For Everything!
If you don't like using chemicals and prefer natural treatment methods, centaury is perfect for you. This miraculous plant has so much to offer to your body; as long as it is used correctly and adequately. You can use this healing plant in flower or oil form. If you don't trust the world enough to buy the oil from a store, we also have a recipe for homemade centaury oil. Let's see if you will be as surprised to learn about its benefits as we were!*Pregnant women and people suffering from a chronic disease should consume centaury under their physicians' supervision.
You Can Detect The Negative Energies At Home Using Only A Glass Of Water!
Everybody believes in something even if that belief could be stated in a form negated sentence. We don't know if you are one of those who believes in the concept of 'negative energy,' but the number of people who do is pretty high. Assuming that there are indeed negative energies around us, different detection techniques have been offered. Today, we are going to talk about the easiest one: how to detect negative energies using only a glass of water.
15 Mesmerizing Views From Around The World That Will Take Your Breath Away
From the freedom of wide open spaces to the glittering of big city lights, our world is filled with thousands of breathtaking panoramas just waiting to be enjoyed. With the variety of natural wonders and stunning cities throughout the world, finding the best views can be somewhat of a daunting task. Here are 15 such places which are nothing short of breathtaking.
18 Truly Stunning Photos You Must See Before You Die!
There are so many amazing things in the world that are truly worth seeing. And with the benefit of high-resolution cameras and social media, these things are today more available than ever. Go through the gallery below and enjoy some of the most spectacular images taken by different photographers from all over the world.
“TreeGirl” Takes Naked Pictures To Show That We Are Nature!
TreeGirl, aka Julianne Skai Arbor is a photographer from California and the author of TreeGirl: Intimate Encounters with Wild Nature. She has been working on ecotherapy, nature connection and environmental art since 1995. She travels around the world to learn from the trees firsthand and photographs herself in intimate connection with the forest.  She says: “The aim of my photographs, in which I am sometimes almost camouflaged, is to create beautiful images to remind us that we are nature. My work is an invitation for people to reconnect with nature as a healing resource amidst the madness of our civilized world.”Arbor has also taught college-level interdisciplinary conservation education for over 10 years. She holds graduate degrees in Experiential Environmental Education and Arts and Consciousness Studies.Here are 9 of her amazing photographs!
Take Another Look At Buenos Aires With Its Dazzling Jacaranda Trees !
November means springtime in Buenos Aires, and spring is the time for Jacaranda trees to blossom and paint the whole city in purple. Those who are lucky enough to be there to witness this amazing touch of nature first hand. Worry not, we have GIFs, photos, and information about these beautiful trees. Here is the purple city!
Why Do Cats Bring Their Prey To You?
It might be rather traumatic or disgusting to see a dead bird or mouse on your bed or dining table. It doesn't make sense at first sight: why would your cat bring dead animals to you? Don't get mad at your little, cute, pawed friend. They mean very well!Intended spoiler: It isn't to earn your appreciation and bring you a present! Get reading!
17 Animal Species On The Verge Of Extinction
According to scientists, our planet is now in the midst of its sixth mass extinction of plants and animals — the sixth wave of extinctions in the past half-billion years. We’re currently experiencing the worst spate of species die-offs since the loss of the dinosaurs 65 million years ago. Although extinction is a natural phenomenon, it occurs at a natural “background” rate of about one to five species per year. Scientists estimate we’re now losing species at 1,000 to 10,000 times the background rate, with literally dozens going extinct every day. 30 to 50 percent of all species are possibly heading toward extinction by mid-century.And unfortunately, our knowledge on biodiversity and ecosystems is scarce.Karmenu Vella, European Commissioner for the Environment, gave a speech last year on Biodiversity, Food and Sustainable Development at Milan Expo Biodiversity Park and said “To quote the World Resources Institute, we know more on how many stars there are in our galaxy than how many species there are on Earth!”So, now is the time for us to pay attention to what we’re about to lose if we keep dominating nature relentlessly.