Turkish Culture

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What To Do In Istanbul At Night

Istanbul at night can be as exciting as in the day! Today, the cosmopolitan city proudly displays its hodgepodge of emotions and styles. In its old part are preserved memories of the past: mosques, churches, bazaars, palaces, and the scenic Bosphorus strait that separates it into two continents. In the newer and more modern part, […]

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Are Constantinople and Istanbul The Same Place?

Do you wonder where Constantinople is currently? Here we will answer it! Constantinople is an ancient city in modern-day Turkey that’s now known as Istanbul. Istanbul, the most populated city in Turkey which connects Asia and Europe was always known as one of the most important spots on Earth since it was named as the […]

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Epiphany Ceremony in Balat

Balat is a popular destination for tourists because of its distinct heritage. People from various cultures and religions lived here for ages. Still, you may witness how Greek-Orthodox society endures their traditions even the population has decreased tremendously after the interchange when the Turkish Republic is announced. The 6th of January is an important day […]

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Why Travel To Istanbul?

Choosing your next travel destination can be difficult, however, we can help you by answering the question of Why travel to Istanbul? Here we have mentioned only a few reasons among many of them. Since Istanbul is one of the most diverse, fantastic, and vibrant cities in the world, there is always a reason to […]

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What Is Bosphorus In Istanbul?

The Bosphorus Strait connects the Sea of Marmara with the Black Sea. It is 30 km long and 550 to 3000 m wide. Its depth varies from 36 to 124m in the middle of the Strait. The city of Istanbul is the only city in the world located on two continents, as half of the […]

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Turkish Delight

Mouth Watering Turkish Delight

“It is dull, Son of Adam, to drink without eating," said the Queen presently. "What would you like best to eat?" "Turkish Delight, please, your Majesty," said Edmund.” ― C.S. Lewis ( The Chronicles of Narnia ) In “The Chronicles of Narnia” one of the characters is offered a Turkish delight. Those who know the film [...]

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How to Visit Mosques in Istanbul and Turkey?

Things you need to know before you go to the Mosques “Jews, Turks, and Christians several Tenets hold. Yet, all one GOD acknowledge, that is, GOLD” Letters Historical and Critical from a Gentleman in Constantinople to his friend in London, 1730 Istanbul is home to over 3000 mosques, a city of diversified culture with the [...]

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What is The Turkish Hat?

For the curious tourist that doesn’t know how the Turkish hat is called: Fez, and in this article, we will share with some more curiosity about it! It is something of an irony that the fez, a famous, round, and usually a red piece of headwear, is among the favorite souvenirs of tourists visiting Turkey […]

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