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Turkish culture and Tourism Office

Posted by on November 25, 2014 – 05:25 pm

Turkish culture and Tourism Office

Region: Maramara Region Nearest Airports: Ataturk Airport (Europe) and Sabihan Gokcen Airport (Asia) Transfer Time: 30 mintues (Ataturk Airport to Taksim Square) 1 hour 30 Minutes (Sabiha Gokcen Airport to Taksim Square) Click here for map (Europe) Click here for map (Asia) View Brochure View Video Istanbul – Where East meets West Istanbul is truly a world city, a city which everyone should visit at least once in their lifetime. It is an enchanting blend of Eastern and Western culture, a vibrant, modern city, with a unique identity. Its rich past…

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Wolf in Turkish culture

Posted by on November 24, 2014 – 05:24 pm

Wolf in Turkish culture

He then invented a vertical mangal to roast kebab; at it the fats drop slowly over the meat and give it special aroma. He was to became successfull and the kebab he invented was to sold at every corner at the world. He then invent another delicious monster called skender kebab . Since that time his family has the trade-mark of skender Kebab . 4.B. Dner as a Snack/Fast Food If you have little time Dner is very practical, price-worthy and delicious choice. In Turkey snack Dner is served with half of a bread or with pita or with wrap, with tomatoes…

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Turkish culture and business Communications

Posted by on November 22, 2014 – 04:46 pm

Turkish culture and business Communications

By Niagara Intern Staff: Polina Zasheva, Emma Hornor and Eleanor Peck Nearly seventy-five legislators and staff attended the annual Turkic cultural reception at the State Capitol, hosted by Niagara Foundation. The event awarded attendees and guests with the chance to dialogue with lawmakers over a buffet of Turkish food and coffee on topics of interfaith, multiculturalism and global acceptance. When asked what this program had to offer Vice President of Niagara Foundation Mevlut “Hilmi” Cinar stated, “We are coming with representatives of many cultures…

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Turkish culture dating

Posted by on November 20, 2014 – 04:17 pm

Turkish culture dating

HELLO ALL, I VE JUST STARTED DATING A TURKISH GUY -25 HE S BEEN HERE FOR ABOUT 6 MONTHS..HE LIVES WITH HIS SISTER OR SO HE CLAIMSBUT I HAVE NEVER MET HER OR ANY OF HIS FRIENDS YET..WHAT ARE THE NORMS FOR TURKISH DATING(DO TURKISK GUYS NORMALLY KEEP THEIR GIRLFRIENDS A SECRET) AND DOES THE TURKISH CULTURE IN GENERAL HAVE ANY STIGMAS AGAINST DATING OUTSIDE OF THEIR RACE OR RELIGIONHE S MUSLIM AND WE USED TO MAKE OUT IN THE BEGINNING BUT HE S STOPPED THAT NOW DUE TO RELIGIOUS REASONSEVEN KISSING-IS THIS NORMAL?? HE SAID THIS WOULD RESUME ONCE WE…

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Turkish culture documentary

Posted by on November 19, 2014 – 04:10 pm

Turkish culture documentary

ISTANBUL – Hrriyet Daily News Silvana Rachieru, the director of the Romanian Cultural Institute, became interested in Turkish culture during her university years. Over the last five years, she has witnessed the growing interest in Romanian culture in Turkey and vice versa, a phenomenon that has been aided by the popularity of Turkish soaps in Romania Romania has retained strong commercial and diplomatic ties with Turkey since the Balkan gained independence in 1878, yet it comes as a surprise to learn of the increasing popularity of Turkish soap…

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Turkish Cultural Foundation teachers Study Tours

Posted by on November 16, 2014 – 03:32 pm

Turkish Cultural Foundation teachers Study Tours

21 07 2013 Visit Ephesus Basilica of St.John Lunch Visit to Sirince Village Return to Hotel and free time Dinner & Overnight at Hotel 20 07 2013 Departure from Hotel Bursa Ulucami Lunch Isa Bey Mosque, Selcuk Dinner at Hotel 19 07 2013 Departure for Bursa Lunch Bursa Koza Han ”Karagoz” Turkish Shadow Theater performance Dinner at Hotel I could hardly catch my breath when we walked up the stairs to the ancient site of Troy. I have been wanting to go there ever since I first heard the stories of the Iliad and the Odyssey when…

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Books on Turkish culture

Posted by on November 15, 2014 – 03:30 pm

Books on Turkish culture

At 91, Bernard Lewis, the doyen of Middle Eastern Studies who for more than half a century has been considered one of the West s foremost scholars of Islamic history and culture, is the author of more than two dozen books, most notably The Arabs in History, The Emergence of Modern Turkey, The Political Language of Islam, and The Muslim Discovery of Europe and is the subject of envy because of his remarkably lucid mind and memory. Both qualities were on display on Wednesday evening, May 2, 2007 when he addressed an overflow audience in the ballroom…

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Turkish culture Melbourne

Posted by on November 14, 2014 – 03:29 pm

Turkish culture Melbourne

This group is open to everyone who is interested in learning about Turkish culture and language. Have you ever lived or visited Turkey? Had a Turkish friend or partner? Tried delicious Turkish food? Spoken the Turkish Language? We are here to share our experience and build new friendships, join us and have a taste of Turkey All the nations are welcome! Tramvayda, sokakta, markette Turkce konusanlar duyunca ici bir garip olanlarla ara sra bulusup memleket havas estirmek, Turkce hasret gidermek, muhabbet etmek icin Caniniz sikildiginda, saating kac…

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