Some of the great attractions include sophisticated Islamic domes, natural hot springs, enormous malls, and the remarkable Topkapi Palace exhibiting Prophet Muhammed (peace be upon him)’s sword and cloak. With all the great landmarks of Turkey, it is no surprise that it is ranked the sixth most popular holiday destination in the world.
Though historians disagree about exact reasons for the decline of the Ottoman Empire, what is agreed is that the World War I era marked the end of the Empire leaving behind ruins in different countries of the Middle East. Due to its defeat in WWI, the empire was under the occupation of France, Britain, Russia, and Greece. However, the Turks …