We must keep the environment clean, we must not throw garbage on the ground. We
should not harm trees and plants. We must take care not to participate in activities that
harm animals and natural environments. We should not damage the landscape areas of

One of the warnings you will often see on touristic trips is the phrase do not throw
garbage on the ground. Especially in historical places known as ruins, the problem of
garbage disposal sometimes reaches unmanageable dimensions.
A garbage thrown on the ground causes pollution of the environment, and garbage such
as glass or paper can ignite due to hot weather, causing damage to the ruins and
destruction of historical places.
Historical artifacts that cannot be placed in glass compartments can be openly exhibited
in museums. Touching historical artifacts; It may cause the texture of the Historical
Monument to be deformed. That’s why you need to visit the Historical Monuments
without touching them.

We should not speak loudly and in slang words. We should not damage archaeological
and cultural artifacts in cultural areas. We should refrain from behaviors that disturb

We should always help the elderly, children, disabled and pregnant women with priority
when getting on, place to sit while cruising, and their burdens, if any, when getting off,
and if they are disabled, according to their disability. We should always get in through
the front door and get out the back door. In vehicles with metro, buses, trams and similar
stops, we should make our preparations before the stop and get out of the vehicle on

. Especially when you go abroad, it is important to comply with certain sensitivities when
visiting a historical point belonging to a different culture and belief. You should behave
respectfully, especially when visiting monuments that have been traumatically engraved
in the memories of societies.
On the other hand, when visiting historical sites of religious importance, you need to act
both respectfully and in accordance with the rules of that faith. For example, when
visiting mosques and tombs, you should choose an outfit suitable for hijab.
The vast majority of holy places are also considered historical places. It is completely
forbidden to take stones or soil, especially from points of historical importance, such as
cemeteries. Although many tourists say that they do this for the sake of souvenirs, this
well-intentioned approach can irreparably damage the historical monument.
We have told you about the general rules that local and foreign tourists should follow
during their visits to historical tourist areas. During your touristic trips, you should take
care that does not comply with these rules and avoid damaging historical textures. In
order to transfer these world heritages, which are protected as much as possible by
institutions and passed on to the present day, to the next generations with all their
beauty, each individual must have maximum consciousness