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24May

Ramadan in Turkey - Common questions answered

The holy month of Ramadan, or 'Ramazan' as it is known in Turkey, is a special time for all Muslims as it marks the time the Quran was first shown to Prophet Muhammad. For non-Muslims,[...]

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29Apr

About Turkish Tea and its Cultural Significance

Never underestimate the cultural significance of Turkish tea. To Turks, it is a shared gift between friends, a welcoming invite to strangers, fuel for the workplace, a handshake between business[...]

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29Apr

13th Annual Istanbul Tulip Festival

Throughout the month of April the entire city of Istanbul celebrates tulips. Tulips originate as a genus in Persia but Turkey does remarkably have more variety of plants than all of[...]

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18Mar

Revamping Istanbul’s Iconic Buildings

Without a doubt, Istanbul’s iconic buildings contribute towards the city’s success as the most popular tourist destination in Turkey. People flock to see behind the tall walls of Topkapi[...]

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12Dec

Mardin: Unmissable Yet Unknown

Turkey is a great location to access all things historical. If you think that the western part of Turkey is soaked in culture, just wait until the experience the Eastern regions. The city of[...]

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12Dec

Konya and Rumi: Reaching for Spiritual Peace

Mention spiritual peace and the essence of being at one, and most people will mention the timeless, world-renowned Buddha. Yet, hardcore spiritualists will also pay homage to Rumi, and even though[...]

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27Nov

Views from Antiphellos Theater in Kaş

Turkey hosts many of the best preserved antique theatres from the Greek and Roman civilizations in the world. The small Hellenistic Antiphellos Theater in Kaş claims one of those spots. The small[...]

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05Nov

Why Caravanserais in Turkey Are Historically and Socially Important

A recent Turkish newspaper article has recently published welcoming news that the much-admired 787-year-old Han Abad Caravanserai of Turkey, also called Cardak Han, will open for tourism after a[...]

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22Oct

Mount Ararat: The Roof of Turkey and Noah’s Ark

Although travel guidebooks rarely mention it, the dormant volcano of Mount Ararat (Agri Dagi) in the eastern region of Turkey is one of the world’s most respected terrains, both historically[...]

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16Sep

Turkey’s Mission to Reclaim Its Lost Historical Treasures

September the 13th was just an ordinary day for many people in Turkey, but for members of the history world, it was a cause for celebration. The 3rd century Roman sarcophagus of Hercules arrived back[...]

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