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Turkish bath House history

Posted by on August 23, 2014 – 12:48 am

Turkish bath House history

Before you can decide whether you hate or love going to a Turkish bath or , you need to experience it at least once. If it’s your first visit to a hamam, entering a Turkish bath can be a daunting experience. By describing my last visit to the, you will get a nice impression of the Turkish bath process and customs, so you know what to expect. Selecting a Hamam and Service First you need to decide whether you want to visit a historical hamam or a hotel Turkish bath. Next, upon entering the establishment, you have to select and pay for the service…

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History Turkish Get up

Posted by on August 22, 2014 – 12:36 am

History Turkish Get up

There are far more Christians than Muslims in china though the Muslims have been there in number longer. China is made up of 50+ ethnic groups, the Han by far being the most numerous and the weigar, a Turkish people, are the largest Muslim group. As i said before we were the best behaved of the 8 powers and rather than take a coastal city we sent missionaries and built schools and hospitals. currently around 10% are Christians and the RC s the largest sect.today Muslims make up around 2% In china . the Muslims are viewed with suspicion but at…

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Venetian Turkish War history

Posted by on August 11, 2014 – 07:32 pm

Venetian Turkish War history

Battle of Zonchio (1499) The Turkish–Venetian War of 1499–1503 refers to the naval battles between the Ottoman Empire and the Republic of Venice for the control of lands that were contested between the two parties in the Aegean Sea, Ionian Sea, and the Adriatic Sea. The opening encounter in the conflict, the Battle of Zonchio, was the first naval battle in history with cannons used on ships. The Turks, under the command of Admiral Kemal Reis, were victorious in these conflicts and forced the Venetians to finally recognize the Ottoman gains in 1503…

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Turkish Islamic history

Posted by on August 10, 2014 – 07:01 pm

Turkish Islamic history

More vile More and more dangerous . Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the Turkish Prime Minister, was arguing that al-Bashir could not be guilty of genocide because he is a Muslim, and that the Sudanese ruler was free to visit Turkey without fear of being extradited to The Hague. This view is at odds with that of the International Criminal Court, which in 2010 made legal history by indicting al-Bashir on genocide charges, the first time such a charge had been made against an incumbent head of state. This followed the issuing of an arrest warrant by the…

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History Turkish Germany relations

Posted by on August 9, 2014 – 06:27 pm

History Turkish Germany relations

Turkish-German Studies is a new field in the humanities and social sciences that researches and analyzes issues related to Turkish-German relations in both their historic and present forms. The interdisciplinary field investigates the impact of Turkish migrants on the German cultural landscape. Rather than indicating a hybrid culture caught in between two nations, the hyphen in Turkish-German serves as a point of departure for an investigation into the history of relations between Turkey and Germany (and, by extension, the East and West). The…

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Best Turkish history Movies

Posted by on August 2, 2014 – 03:53 pm

Best Turkish history Movies

TV series The MagnificentCentury ( Muhteem Yzyl ), which established in Turkey all records for hits, finally caught and foreign screens, easily gathered many fans and admirers. Turkish films, too, by the way, very popular. They can be found in my post- The best Turkish films. In this post I will talk about this show, the history of its creation, casting, interesting facts. By the way, the show was quite scandalous, it sparked debate in Turkey, has been criticized by various public organizations and political power. Turkish media said they have…

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Turkish history podcast

Posted by on July 21, 2014 – 10:24 am

Turkish history podcast

The nineteenth century not only radically transformed daily life in Ottoman society but also introduced new artistic styles. In part one of this podcast, Assoc. Prof. Melda ner examines the element of music in nineteenth-century Turkish literature along the paradigms of westernization and modernization. Exploring a number of contemporary works, she focuses on Ottoman intellectuals’ attitudes towards westernization and modernization and demonstrates how they took sides between “East” and “West” in two different literary periods: the Tanzimat and…

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Turkish soccer history

Posted by on July 19, 2014 – 09:48 am

Turkish soccer history

The history of sports is a generally neglected field in Turkish historiography. Consequently, the history of football has been examined in a superficial and populist way, and has not been the subject of any comprehensive academic study in the real sense. An interest in the history of football as the most popular sport in Turkey has emerged as a result of some developments and achievements in recent years. However, no detailed study has been undertaken to reveal how this sport was introduced into the country, how it became popular, and the stages…

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