Welcome to İznik

Turks are proud of İznik's Ottoman tile-making tradition, and the city's Byzantine incarnation as Nicaea once played a significant role through its church councils in shaping Christianity. Today, İznik is a somewhat dusty and run-down collection of tile shops, teahouses and handicraft stalls, though its ruined fortifications and lakeside setting make a visit worthwhile. Easily accessed from İstanbul via a ferry... Read More

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