‘Postcard city’ Amasya



'Postcard city' Amasya

The open air museum, Amasya, turned white after the snowfall and postcard landscapes emerged. Yalıboyu Houses, lined up on the shore of Yeşilırmak and illuminated with special lighting, dazzled like pearls.

Postcard images were created in Amasya, the open-air museum covered in white by snowfall. Yalıboyu Houses, lined up on the shore of Yeşilırmak and illuminated with special lighting, dazzled like pearls.
The Harşena Mountain and King Rock Tombs, which are aimed to be included in the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List, and Yalıboyu Houses, which are lined on the historical city walls, have shown that they are worth seeing in winter with the snow view covering their roofs.
The busts of the Ottoman sultans who ruled in the city bearing the traces of many civilizations with their 8,500-year history, were almost dressed in snow robes.
Photograph artist Orhan Apaydın and his team captured the postcard winter landscape of the city, which invited its visitors to a journey through history.


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