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1. Lisbon, Portugal (2000 BCE)
The town was founded in the low hills to the north of the River Tagus, Lisbon's charm is closely related to the past. Lisbon was first established by the Iberian nation. After standing areas for centuries, Lisbon is now the most vibrant cities in Europe. Ancient palaces in the restoration, old churches and other buildings and beautiful Art Nouveau is the most beautiful parts that make up the face of the city's culture. Museums such as the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum, National Coach Museum, and Carmo Archaeological Museum store various items fond memories of the past life of this city. Bairro Alto, the center of the city's night life is also full of restorat, bar and club fun for you. Campo de Santa Clara is also open opportunities for you to purchase a variety of wonderful memories reminder of your trip.
2. Luxor, Egypt (before 2160 BC)
Luxor, once known as the city of Thebes, is a beautiful city that is dedicated to the god Amon Ra, and since tourism is known in the world, this city is visited by tourists, many tourists visiting the Greek and Roman era city. Luxor is the most popular city in Egypt. The city started from the monuments of Luxor, Karnak, Hatshepsut and Ramses III. Not surprisingly, the city is often referred to as the largest open air museum in the world. The city is actually divided into three parts, the Luxor on the east side of the Nile, the town of Karnak and Thebes are located on the west side of the Nile, across from Luxor, and is now incorporated into one.
3. Asyut, Egypt (before 2160 BC)
It is located 375 km south of Cairo. The city is the largest city in Upper Egypt and was the first city founded in the time of Pharaoh. Today it is the most important agricultural center and also the city where the third largest university in Egypt.
4. Giza, Egypt (before 2568 BC)
Napoleon Bonaparte gave a speech to his soldiers before the battle of Giza in 1798, he said, "Above the Pyramids, the four centuries of history does not shift." People may not believe that Giza is actually a separate self-contained city with Cairo, but due to the rapid development of Cairo , as if swallowed by the Cairo Giza. In this city, you will find the pyramids of Giza, the Sphinx who faithfully keep. Giza plateau will be converted into the Grand Museum of Egypt, which will be completed in 2012.
5. Konya, Turkey (2600 BC)
The city is flanked by two seas, the Mediterranean and the Black Sea, with an altitude of 1000 meters above sea level. The town was founded on the steppes of Anatolia is one of the most exciting cities in Turkey. One of the most popular museums in the city is the Green Mausoleum of Mevlana Rumi Celaleddin, a leading Turkish poet's tomb. Various beautiful museum awaits you in this city, among others, is chaeological Museum, Koyunoglu Museum and Ethnographical Museum.
6. Zurich, Switzerland (3000 BC)
As the largest city in Switzerland and at the same time we are the oldest in Europe, Zurich was first established in Roman times under the name Turicum. Traces of the past can be found in various places in Old Town Zurich. Narrow streets filled with cafes, antique shops and boutiques. Bahnhofstrasse, is one street full of shops most beautiful in Europe. Minster and Fraumünster are two old churches filled with beautiful interiors. Swiss National Museum or Kunsthaus, also is one of the most famous museums in the world. You will surely know how the city offers all the best things in your life in the world.
7. Kirkuk, Iraq (3000 BC)
With a variety of archaeological marks more than 50 centuries old, Kirkuk is the most important for the Kurds. The city is also the center of Iraq's oil industry. Maybe it's not the destination that tourists most attention, but Kirkuk stands on the former cultural center of ancient Assyria. The city was once the battle three major Empire: Assyria, Babylonia and Media, who take turns taking over control over the city. In this city there is the tomb of the prophet Daniel (Christians) and Al Qaysareyah Market. Qal'at Jarmo and Yorgan Tepe located on the outskirts of the city will give you the experience of living in the past.
8. Jerusalem, Israel (3000 BCE)
City holy to three religions the world's biggest, Islam, Christianity, and Judaism, the city is a place where old-fashioned values coupled with the new culture brought to you like a new metropolis. The city is divided into three parts: West Jerusalem, the part of the fastest growing and trading centers. East Jerusalem, which became the settlement of the Arab population, and the Old Town, with incredible views beautifully.
9. Gaziantep, Turkey (3650 BC)
The town formerly known as Antep is now the capital of the same provision to its name, it is the oldest city Giazantep are still standing. The city has a history as far as the time of the Hittites (Hittite). The city lived continuously since Paleolithic times, and grew up with the Ottoman empire. Today, Giazantep is a friendly city, and cried with many mosques, madrasas, lodging and even bathing from several centuries ago. The house is an old house of stone has always had a garden and trees that adorn wine, so that every time you turn around, you will get the most beautiful scenery in the world.