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Student Photo Gallery: Turkey

From Ottoman Sultans to Roman Caesars to Christian Apostles, Turkey has a rich history as an important crossroads between Europe and Asia. And today with an incredibly hospitable and extroverted population, Turkey is welcoming visitors from around the world. We asked students (and shipkids) aboard the Summer 2013 voyage to submit their favorite images (or drawings!) from their time in Turkey and were blown away by how rich and varied their experiences were.

Hot air ballooning over Cappadocia. Photo by Sydney Orenstein, University of California, Los Angeles.
SAS student Cassie Kliesch (Montclair State University) with a Turkish fan in Alanya. Photo by Elaina Formichella, Rutgers University.
Sculpture of a dancing women (2nd century AD) in the Antalya Museum. Photo by Yuxian Zhang, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
(Left) Antalya beach. Drawing by Aaron Lefkowitz, 10. (Right) Mount Chimaera. Drawing by Thaddeus Hunt, 12.
(Left) Turkish flag in Pamukkale. Photo by Francine Grattan, University of North Texas. (Right) Sunrise as we sail into Antalya, Turkey. Photo by Andrea Ramsey, Savannah College of Art and Design.
Architectural details in the ancient ruins of Side. Photo by Elaina Formichella, Rutgers University.
Moroccan backpacks in a Greek theater in the ruins of Side. Photo by Elaina Formichella, Rutgers University.
Street of Umbrellas, city center of Antalya. Photo by Cassandra Kliesch, Montclair State University.
Turkish Taxi. Drawing by Reid Dodson, 11.
View from a hot air balloon while flying over Goreme, Cappadocia. Photo by Sydney Orenstein, University of California, Los Angeles.
Authentic Turkish coffee served in a cafe located in the Old Town of Antalya. Photo by Yuxian Zhang, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
Beauty and nationalism in Kekova. Photo by Karen Wosiski, Staff.
A shopkeeper offers orange tea, black tea, and apple tea to tourists browsing the Turkish marketplace. Photo by Chris Chan, University of California, Santa Barbara.
Termessos Theater in the Taurus Mountains. Photo by Alex Day, Southern Methodist University.
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