Microsoft Founder Visits Top Tourist Attractions in Western Turkey




Microsoft founder Bill Gates traveled to southwestern Turkey, disembarking his luxury yacht for a quick tour of the region’s top tourist destinations.

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Gates, the fourth richest person in the world, took a tour in a private helicopter after his Cayman Islands-flagged yacht was anchored off the seaside resort of Kuşadası.

He first visited Meryem Ana Evi (House of the Virgin Mary), where the assumption or bodily ascension of the Virgin Mary into heaven is believed to have taken place, in the Selçuk district of Izmir.

Later he visited Ephesus, an ancient city located in the same region and also one of the most renowned historical attractions in the country, with its private bodyguards.

Entering the area through the upper settlement gate, Gates was seen wearing a baseball cap and mask as he exited the vehicle.

The lights of the ancient city were on as it was dark, and tour guides accompanied the businessman on the tour.

This is not Gates’ first visit to the west coast of Turkey. In 2005, he visited tourist spots in the region, such as Marmaris and Bodrum in the southwestern province of MuÄŸla.

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The billionaire moved to Bodrum once again in July this year, where he had dinner with his close friends.



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