Located in Northern Turkey, Amasya is nestled into the mountains overlooking the river. In antiquity, Amasya was a provincial capital with many kings and artists that left their traces all over the town between mountains and sea.
Today, there are Ottoman houses (Yalıboyu Evleri) as well as tombs carved into cliffs where former Pontus Kings were buried; these date to the time when Amasya produced more than one sultan or caliph including Murad I and Selim I.
It is also an important historical location for Ottomans so it’s very popular among people who enjoy history tourism. You should definitely visit AMASYA! If you want to see another beautiful Turkish city with quite deep history, you should consider coming here