Turkey: rest always
If I had the extra fifty thousand dollars, I would know how to dispose of them. Better, of course, if it were one hundred thousand, but fifty, in principle, would…

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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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"Palandoken: reviews of skiers" or "Alpine skiing in Turkish"
In this article I will try to answer questions about the resort Palandoken, which probably long ago excite the minds of our alpine skiing community. Is it worth going to…

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absence of large beaches

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Turkey transportation

Avia Post
Turkish Airlines (Turkish Airlines) serves all major Turkish cities, including the most intense destinations of Istanbul and Ankara. You can also use the services of other airlines, such as Onur Air, Fly Air, Pegasus Airlines and Atlas Jet. The main airports in Turkey are Esenboga in Ankara, Ataturk in Istanbul, Adnan Menderes in Izmir and Sabiha Gokcen forty kilometers from Istanbul. Continue reading

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Istanbul: on both sides of the Golden Horn
If you are a special travel gourmet, then the first time in Istanbul is best to come by ship from the Black Sea. Bosphorus enchants in any weather. Ancient fortresses…

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Kusadasi - emerald of the Aegean Sea on the coast of Turkey
Tourists who are planning to go to a foreign beach resort with young children are advised to pay attention to the resort of Kusadasi and the Aegean coast of Turkey.…

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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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World City
Sleeping in an air-conditioned cabin was hot and stuffy, despite the open windows. I grabbed a blanket in my arms and climbed onto the deckhouse roof, where the most intelligent…

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