Istanbul, the capital of modern Turkey located on the Bosphorus Strait, was once the heart of the great empire of Byzantium. There exists one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World – Hagia Sophia.
Istanbul, formerly the ancient site of Byzantium and Constantinople, is currently the nexus of Europe and Islam. Due to its geographic location, Istanbul has always played a central role in world affairs. The Grand Bazaar is enormous, and Rudy explores its many passages and offerings.Watch Now >>
The city of Urfa is steeped in history, and its ancient architecture and ruins are not to be missed. A surprise awaits visitors atop Mt. Nemrut, while in Gaziantep one can view the most extensive collection of ancient Roman mosaics in the world that were recently discovered and transferred from the city of Zeugma.Watch Now >>
Over time, Man has created some pretty amazing things. The ancient Maya built the remarkable ruins of Tikal in Guatemala. The ancient Egyptians sifted sand from their palms to conceive and create the Pyramids of Giza and the Great Sphinx. What does love conjure, you might ask? Well, India’s Taj Mahal stands as a prime…Watch Now >>