Mustafa Kemal Ataturk

Ataturk is the national hero of Turkey. He created the Republic of Turkey in 1923 out of the ashes ofthe Ottoman Empire, establishing a new government truly representative of the nation’s will. As its first President, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk stands as a towering figure of the 20th Century. Among the great leaders of history, few…

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About Turkey

There are also Christian and Jewish communities in Turkey. However, since the Turkish Republic was founded on secular (not religious) principles, religion does not seem to hold the significance that it does in other Muslim countries. The Turkish language is of Central Asian origin but uses the Latin alphabet. It has a natural vowel harmony…

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Backpacking Traveller

The backpacking travel number one thing conveyed is in no way esoteric, and in pretty much all countries, very easy. It is not really difficult at all. Frustrating at times, yes – difficult, no. All you really need is a measure of gumption and you are away. Of course travelling and place names like Istanbul…

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Beach Traveller

Most of people, mostly who stays in the northern atitudes of the porch areas, are in the state of mind tend that travel beach vacation always takes place when the air is spontaneous and the snow is covered on the ground. However, most of us feel that beach vacations means running all over the beach…

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Business Traveller

Ankara is Turkey’s capital city but mostly business conferances are in Istanbul. For business meetings, a dark suit (with tie) is the norm for men. Women are advised to wear business suits with trousers or skirts below the knee. Visiting businesswomen will usually be treated with the same respect as male colleagues. However, women should…

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Adventure Travellers

Turkey is one of the best country for your adventure. Turkey has glittering turqoise coasts at southwest and southern Anatolia. So you can sail with private gulet style yacht will serve as home base for our small travel group as we visit Byzantine monasteries and Cleopatra’s Baths. Turkey possess a deep legacy of passion and…

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Woman Traveller

But women aren’t just traveling for education, they are hopping on planes for pleasure and adventure as well. Most of the women experience immense freedom and complete independence while traveling alone. But being a woman lone traveler you sometime become the focus of unwanted attention. Vulnerability to theft, harassment, obscene behavior, staking and loneliness are…

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Erzurum

Erzurum city 714 km (443 mile) to Cappadocia and 1228 km (763 mile) away from Istanbul. Erzurum located in heart at eastern part of Turkey. Erzurum is the biggest city of the Eastern Anatolian Region and is also a very ancient settlement place. As the city is established at the skirts of Palandöken Mountain, the…

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Erzincan

Erzincan city 520 km (323 mile) to Cappadocia and 1048 km (651 mile) away from Istanbul. Erzincan located in eastern  part of Turkey.  Like the other Anatolian cities, Erzincan’s history starts with the Hittites but the importance of the city rose after the Turks conquered it. There are lots of historical remains which have been…

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Elazig

Elazig city 531 km (329 mile) to Cappadocia and 1216 km (755 mile) away from Istanbul. Elazig located in eastern part of Turkey. Elazig is the most orderly city of the region, due to its being recently founded in the 19thcentury. It is situated on a plain near a mountain and is surrounded by vineyards…

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