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Atelier Andezia Collections were created by bringing together designs that symbolize different characteristics and regions of Anatolia. Each collection is shaped with designs that have their own characteristics and plan to highlight distinguished values.
Cappadocia is the largest rock-carved habitat made by humans on the ground made of tuffs of Mount Erciyes, one of the most important extinct volcanoes of Anatolia. One of the first settlements of Christians, the land is a region built on tens of thousands of acres with many churches, soup kitchens, tombs and similar settlements.
Patara is a port and trade city located in the south-west of Anatolia and dating back to the Bronze Age. It is believed that Patarus, son of Apollo, founded Patara. Patara, one of the most important cities of the Lycia region, has one of the unique beaches of the Turkish Riviera with its 18 km length. Many famous priests of the early Christian period lived in this region. Patara is the birthplace of St. Nicholas in 270 AD. The ancient city still hosts important ruins.
The Bosphorus, also known as Istanbul Strait, is a waterway that separates Asia from Europe and passes through the middle of Istanbul, the capital of the two largest empires in history. It is the narrowest strait used for international maritime trade in the world. Passing through the middle of both sides of the city of Istanbul, the strait is the first of the two straits connecting the Black Sea to the Mediterranean.
Ancyra is the ancient name of Ankara. Ankara, the capital of the Republic of Turkey, which has dominated the region throughout history has been an important city for each civilization. Hittites, Phrygians, Galatians, Persians, Romans, Seljuks and Ottomans are some of the important civilizations ruling in the region. The ruins of these civilizations can still be visited both in the city and in its nearby areas.
Zeugma is an ancient city of Commagene Kingdom. The name of Zeugma, which is located within the borders of Gaziantep province in the modern age, means bridge. The city built next to the Euphrates River is an important road as it is a transit area. With the mosaics made inside the Roman villas in Zeugma reaching today, one of the most comprehensive mosaic museums in the world was established in this region.
The city of Troy is one of the most important and recognized city civilizations in history. Destroyed in the famous Trojan War during the Bronze age, the city took its place in the history books with the opposition of the warrior Achilles and Hector and the legend of the Trojan Horse. Located in the northwest of Anatolia and within the borders of Çanakkale city today, Troy still has ruins that can be visited.
Ayder is a yayla (Alpine pasture) in the northern part of Anatolia in the Black Sea region. Located within the borders of Rize province, Ayder is a summer vacation area with its greenery and hot springs. With an altitude of 1350 meters, Ayder, which presents the green of nature in different shades, is a beautiful symbol of the plateaus, one of the most significant preferences of Anatolia.
Ephesus is an ancient Greek city located in the west of Anatolia in the Selçuk region of Izmir province. Founded in the 10th century BC in the region on the Aegean Sea, Ephesus was one of the 12 cities of the Ionian civilization in the classical Greek period. In 129 BC, the Roman Republic came under the rule. Ephesus, a magnificent city in its region, has an important place in terms of trade and culture. The second largest library in history is located in Ephesus. Remaining ruins are one of the most tourist-attracting places in Anatolia.
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