Cappadocia
Central Anatolian region of Turkey, Cappadocia has one of the most intriguing landscapes in the world. These are strange volcanic tuff pillars known as the “Magic Chimneys”. Here, to the…

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Turkey: Asian Europe. Study in turkey
There is one country that successfully combines Eastern traditions and a completely European way of life. This is Turkey. Turkey is inconceivably beautiful, diverse and overflowing with historical and architectural…

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Turkish culture. Traditions of Turkey. Turkish cuisine
Ottoman literature and court music of Turkey were mostly religious in nature and sounded pompous and sad for the western ear. The visual arts were limited by the requirements of…

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Cappadocia This is Turkey

Cappadocia No words to describe it all! Maybe call it the eighth wonder of the world? Or a miracle of the East? Or maybe this unparalleled gift from Anatolian land, presented to it by geological collisions ?! No matter how it is called, and in order not to say, one thing is clear that Kapadokiya is a unique natural phenomenon, causing more and more deep emotions and delight, this is something that you definitely need to see!

This magical edge of the earth arose millions of years ago as a result of the eruption of ancient volcanoes such as Erciyes, Mount Hasan and Melendiz, which led to the hydrogenous deposition of tuff, and then for many centuries by wind and rainfall to the erosion of these layers, layers, turning all this is a miracle! Continue reading

Turkish history
The first great civilization in Turkey was the Hittite civilization, who worshiped the sun goddess and the storm god. The Hittites inhabited Anatolia from the Middle Bronze Age (1900-1600 BC),…

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Real Turkey and illegal Ararat
Most of our compatriots represent Turkey as a solid resort, where our compatriots relax on the Mediterranean beaches under the hot southern sun, sipping beer and visiting huge flea markets.…

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Turkey, Cappadocia
The slopes of the hills down the cascade of snow-white in the valley Lykos. At a distance, it seems that the unusual steps that form the baths with bright blue…

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Turkish culture. Traditions of Turkey. Turkish cuisine
Ottoman literature and court music of Turkey were mostly religious in nature and sounded pompous and sad for the western ear. The visual arts were limited by the requirements of…

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