ANTAKYA IN HATAY PROVINCE, Turkey
Let's look at Antakya, a city close to the Syrian boarder in Southern Turkey, a place full of history, museums, churches, ancient ruins, great shopping and lovely restaurants.
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16 thoughts on “ANTAKYA IN HATAY PROVINCE, TURKEY”
Eskişehir gelen başkan bi başkan lazım tarihi yapıların restarasyon yapılıp o şelalenin oraya uygun modern cafeler olmalı doğa uygun daha iyi şehir planı yapılabilir daha çok park ağaç
It is very beautiful, I also visited antakia two months ago
Antakya is sunni-muslim city
I realy enjoyet watching ur video. Thanx for makıng that vıdeo and showing the antkaya.
Beautiful Syrian province of Turkey. Antioch is very beautiful
Uncle Mick, first of all, it was a great introduction. thank you. but throughout the video you said south east for Hatay, and you were a bit surprised about alcohol. Hatay is a Mediterranean city. Not southeast. I had to make this fix.
توبوا الى الله لأن بالصلاح تحيا النفوس
Repent to Allah in Islam because by Islam live the souls and hearts.,,,.
Thank you for your review, it's interesting to watch and educative. And your voice is remarkable to listen to
cok güzel bir video. cok mutlu oldum izlerken. tesekkürler.
Cok guzel tanitmissiniz sehrimizi cok tesekkurler♥️
Welcome to Antakya. Thank you. ❤
please go to çorum it is a great place to visit it is the capital of civilisation, HITIT!
The Harbiye (Daphne) waterfalls, are believed to be the tears of the water fairy Daphne in classical mythology and were a promenade for the rich in the Roman era. The place is where the god of light Apollo and the water fairy Daphne came together. In Greek mythology, Daphne meets Apollon while wandering around wilderness areas. Apollo falls in love with her and starts following her. Daphne cannot run and begs the goddess of earth to hide her. When she is caught, she turns into a laurel tree and roots in the area of Harbiye (recently called Defne) waterfalls. Her skin turns into bark, her hair becomes leaves, and her arms are transformed into branches.
She stops running as her feet becomes rooted to the ground. Apollo embraces the branches, but even the branches shrink away from him. At that moment he cries: “Daphne! From now on you will be an unfading holy tree of Apollo. I promise that your leaves will decorate the heads of leaders as crowns, your leaves will also to be depicted on weapons.”
On these sweet words, Daphne greets Apollo and cries silently. It is believed that the Harbiye waterfalls are the tears of Daphne.
Hi Mick! I love linguistics and am so impressed by you being fluent in Turkish. What course(s) did you use to study Turkish?
Your videso are amazing, thank you so much