White daisies among the greenery overlooking Şebinkarahisar Castle.
The Minaret of Fatih Mosque, which was ordered by Fatih Sultan Mehmet Khan to be built in Şebinkarahisar, where he set up a tent while returning from the Otlukbeli War.
Kuzguncuk District, where the Ottoman Houses built in the bay style were restored in accordance with the original, is located in the Üsküdar district on the Anatolian side of Istanbul. The streets of Kuzguncuk District are cobblestone and are one of the most frequented spots for photography lovers due to its authentic structure.
Earth photograph from the sky, through the sea of clouds.
View of the Aprondan Terminal Building at Sivas Nuri Demirağ Airport. Sivas Nuri Demirağ Airport was opened to air traffic in 1957 to be used for military purposes and started to serve civil air traffic with the Terminal Building built by DHMI in 1990. (IATA: VAS, ICAO: LTAR)
A photograph of the stream formed by the waters pouring from the Tomara Waterfall.
Mammatus Clouds (AP) Known as mammatus or mammatocumulus.
Leaves of the Şebin Walnut Tree of Şebinkarahisar origin in shades of brown, yellow and green in autumn season.
A reflection of the Autumn Season in Şebinkarahisar. View of Şebinkarahisar Castle among the yellowed Mulberry leaves.
The sycamore road in Shebinkarahisar, once known as the Istiklâl Hill, where all children gathered and sledged.
Veteran public bus of Şebinkarahisar Municipality. Mercedes-Benz O302
City Landscape in Winter
Şebinkarahisar City View. For detailed information about the city, you can browse the following page: https://lavinya.net/en/sebinkarahisar/