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Ani – Ghost City of 1001 Churches, Kars Province, Turkey

Ani – Ghost City of 1001 Churches, Kars Province, Turkey

Archaeological Site of Ani  This site is located on a secluded plateau of northeast Turkey overlooking a ravine that forms a natural border with Armenia. This medieval city combines residential, religious and military structures, characteristic of a medieval urbanism built up over the centuries by Christian and then Muslim dynasties...

Archaeological Site of Ani This site is located on a secluded plateau of northeast Turkey overlooking a ravine that forms a natural border with Armenia. This medieval city combines residential, religious and military structures, characteristic of a medieval urbanism built up over the centuries by Christian and then Muslim dynasties...

Ani - a city of 1001 churches

Ani - a city of 1001 churches

Archaeological Site of Ani  This site is located on a secluded plateau of northeast Turkey overlooking a ravine that forms a natural border with Armenia. This medieval city combines residential, religious and military structures, characteristic of a medieval urbanism built up over the centuries by Christian and then Muslim dynasties...

Archaeological Site of Ani This site is located on a secluded plateau of northeast Turkey overlooking a ravine that forms a natural border with Armenia. This medieval city combines residential, religious and military structures, characteristic of a medieval urbanism built up over the centuries by Christian and then Muslim dynasties...

Archaeological Site of Ani  This site is located on a secluded plateau of northeast Turkey overlooking a ravine that forms a natural border with Armenia. This medieval city combines residential, religious and military structures, characteristic of a medieval urbanism built up over the centuries by Christian and then Muslim dynasties...

Archaeological Site of Ani This site is located on a secluded plateau of northeast Turkey overlooking a ravine that forms a natural border with Armenia. This medieval city combines residential, religious and military structures, characteristic of a medieval urbanism built up over the centuries by Christian and then Muslim dynasties...

Window in the Cathedral of Ani (1001 CE). Ani, Turkey

Window in the Cathedral of Ani (1001 CE). Ani, Turkey

Ani Harabeleri

Ani Harabeleri

The Magnificent “Dead Cities” of Ancient Syria

The Magnificent "Dead Cities" of Ancient Syria

The Magnificent “Dead Cities” of Ancient Syria

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Ani Harabeleri

Ani Harabeleri

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