Van province is surrounded with Doğubeyazıt, Diyadin and Hamur districts of Ağrı in the north, Van Lake and Patnos district of Ağrı province, Adilcevaz, Tatvan and Hizan districts of Bitlis province in the west, Pervari district of Siirt, Beytüşşebap and Yüksekova districts of Hakkâri in the south. Iran State is located in the east. Van has an important potential in terms of history, nature, culture and winter tourism, as well as all other provinces in the Eastern Anatolia region.
You can reach Van by road, airway, and railway.
Located on the island of Akdamar, this church took its name from the island. Both the church and the island have quite beautiful views.
Know as the world’s largest soda lake, Van Lake also has the property of being the second largest lake in Turkey. Featuring both sweet and salty water, this lake has a tremendous appearance.
Van Fairy Chimneys
Van Peri Chimneys, located in the district of Başkale, resembles the fairy chimneys in Cappadocia. Tourists have a great interest in this structure, offering a visual feast worth seeing.
Van Yüzüncü Yıl University Rectorate, 65080, Campus / VAN