Have you ever heard about Tunceli city in Turkey?
It's known that Turkey is a favorite destination for tourists from all around the world, and that’s because of the charming nature that can be enjoyed everywhere in it, in addition to being a developed country and a convenient land for all types of businesses and investments, especially in the field of real estate as the country is witnessing a remarkable instruction movements which encourages foreign investors to come and #buy_apartments_in_istanbul and other Turkish cities.
But today let’s focus on a significant place and one of the most #beautiful_touristic_sites_in_turkey, the city of Tunceli the Turkish Switzerland:
It is located to the east of Anatolia and extends on an 8000 km2 space area and it’s considered the least populated Turkish province with a population of 82,139.
The city of Tunceli is featured with its breathtaking nature in addition to containing many important touristic and historical sites such as:
• Çelebi Ağa mosque: it was built by the order of Celebi Ali Pasha in 1570 AD in the town of Pertek in Tunceli and it has a special architectural design as it was built with white marble.
• Çemişgezek castle: on the bank of Tahar river to the west of Çemişgezek town on a high hill lays this historical castle, and it’s believed that this castle was built by the Oratorian, today it is a touristic site which opens its doors for tourists who are interested in the greatness of ancient civilizations.
• Munzur valley national park: this valley which is found between the Ovacik mountains was opened as a touristic park for public in 1971. This valley has the most amazing pure nature where you can enjoy many activities like hiking, camping and fishing in the river which go through the valley’s outstanding forests.
• Dereova waterfull: it is 11 km away from Nazımiye town where from the sides of a hill the water falls from 20m height creating this capturing natural land scape which is the Dereova waterfall, and in the winter it becomes more charming as the lakes water freezes under it giving you the most beautiful view you’ll ever witness.
• Another worth mentioning site in Tunceli is the historical Elti Hatun’s grave and mosque.
For your next trip to Turkey whether as a tourist or as an investor who wants to #buy_apartments_in_istanbul or any other city consider visiting the Switzerland of Turkey which is Tunceli province.