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A short but scenic drive from Dalaman Airport, Fethiye is a laid-back port city that attracts many tourists, mainly from Europe. It has some beautiful beaches, museums, and plenty of outdoor activities to keep you busy. If you’re looking for a relaxing break, then Fethiye is the place to be. It has the bonus of...
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Sufi Dance: Rumi's Whirling Dervishes
The ancient Sufi dance, Whirling Dervishes, is an important cultural and spiritual tradition among the Sufi group. Besides, this dance is a significant attraction to visitors and other outsiders because, to them, watching the Turkish dancers spin is breathtaking. However, Rumi’s whirling dervishes is not just a source of entertainment for the devoted members of...
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Christian terminology defines a council as a meeting of church leaders, like bishops, that is held to consider and rule on questions of administration, doctrine, and discipline, among other matters. Following that line of thought, an ecumenical council is a general council, i.e., a meeting of bishops of the entire church. But not every general...
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Top Cittaslow locations in Turkey
In a world where technology and mechanization have taken center stage, you would think that life would move a little slower. However, it’s quite the opposite scenario; we rush to get to work early, rush to beat traffic, rush to meet deadlines, rush to achieve goals before a certain age, rush to meet our dates...
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Grotto of the Seven Sleepers in Ephesus: Myth or Real
Caves and mountains have always fascinated the human mind. There seems to be something about the earth opening up or rising to tower above all else that triggers our spiritual predisposition. As a result, many caves and mountains across the globe are considered sacred by their respective communities, whether as the homes of gods and...
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Guide to Visiting Fener & Balat in Istanbul
With so many enticing sites in Istanbul, tourists so often leave without exploring some breathtakingly amazing attractions in the city. Excellent examples of such forgotten treasures are probably two of the most stunning neighborhoods in any Turkish city; Fener and Balat. These two neighborhoods sit next to each other on the western bank of the...
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Best Turkish Wines
Wine culture on earth has existed for almost as long as human ceremonies have. Therefore, it is widely accepted that wine is the most treasured drink in human history. And today, wine is still considered the epitome of style and good taste on any occasion. Many weddings treat their guests to some wine in the...
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Best Islands in Turkey
Turkey is a land of history and scenery. When you want to explore the country’s strong connection to powerful empires of a long history, there’s the mainland, with its historical ruins and grand buildings. But for those seeking a tranquil experience away from the chaos of daily life, the numerous idyllic islands surrounded by clear...
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The History and the Meaning of the Turkish Evil Eye
Upon landing in Istanbul, or even before arrival, one of the first things to catch your eyes is an evil eye bead. It is a cultural thing that has over 5000 years of history and is still used all around the country, especially for a newborn baby, a brand new car, or even a newly...
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