Turkey. Temples - the pride of Turkey
On the issue of faith and tolerance. Very relevant - in the light of recent shelling and the complete destruction of the statues of the Buddha. “I don’t know a…

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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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Tours and holidays in Turkey
We recommend together with Saga go on holiday to Turkey. Turkey is a delightful country, naturally combining two cultures: Eastern and European. The basis of the choice of rest in…

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inhabitants are Kurds

All about Turkey

In the resorts of the Aegean coast of Turkey, the climate is mild Mediterranean, where the humidity never exceeds 35%, the heat is softened by the refreshing sea breezes, and the healing mountain air is saturated with essential oils. The unique climate is ideal even for people with asthmatic, bronchial diseases. The best time to rest is from May to October. Summer air temperature fluctuates within +30 – 35 degrees Celsius, and water warms up to 26 degrees, which allows you to truly enjoy all the pleasures of the best beach holiday. Continue reading

Excursions in Turkey. Excursions in Side
So, let's talk about excursions in Turkey and especially excursions from Side. There are a lot of questions: how to choose excursions, what excursions to order, how not to make…

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Tours and holidays in Turkey
We recommend together with Saga go on holiday to Turkey. Turkey is a delightful country, naturally combining two cultures: Eastern and European. The basis of the choice of rest in…

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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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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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