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A great post if you are looking for interesting reads - not just about Turkey but from all over the world. By +Man On The Lam 

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The Ottoman stone bridges of Firtina Vadesi are hundreds of years old and the region, with its Laz and Hemsin communities is very traditional. Firtina Vadesi is near the tea producing capital of Rize on the Northeast coast and its green landscapes and wooden houses are a side of Turkey that not many people see. More about the Black sea region here : http://turkishtravelblog.com/category/destinations/black-sea-region/
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The beautiful and fashionable are to be found at Bodrum, on the balmy south-west coast of Turkey. Cristiano Ronaldo, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Kate Moss are just some of the celebrities who have given Bodrum a reputation to rival St Tropez. The combination of its natural beauty, glorious coves and rich history together with its vibrant nightlife, makes it popular with many visitors and holiday-homeowners.
- See more at: http://www.turkeyhomes.com/turkey-info/bodrum-area-guide
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If you are looking for good reads, then Blue Voyage by Diana Renn is an excellent read - Based in the Med, Istanbul and Cappadocia regions of Turkey, this fiction story had me hooked from start to finish. More about the book here : http://turkishtravelblog.com/blue-voyage-book-turkey-fiction/

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Sounds fascinating, Natalie! I'll definitely pick this up as I'm heading for Turkey in late March! Thanks for the tip!
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Tolga Ertukel and his thoughts on why Turkey is an ideal family friendly destination for summer holidays. He writes "There's plenty of family fun to be had in Turkey, with a host of aqua parks, theme parks, wildlife and beaches to enjoy. - See more at: http://www.turkeyhomes.com/blog/post/family-fun-in-turkey#sthash.hHw6o4ij.dpuf
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For people who are thinking to become expats in Turkey or Spain: A comparison of buying property in both countries

By +TurkeyHomes  : http://www.turkeyhomes.com/blog/post/property-investments-turkey-vs-spain
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beware to danger in their  religions  of devil spirits.
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Destination spotlight : Gorgeous beaches, historical ruins and a vibrant social scene have made Alanya one of Turkey’s most popular destinations but time flies by because I've just realized the last time I visited it was 2005. I should imagine it has changed since then. Have you been?

The old quarter is famed for its Impressive 13th Century castle and Red Tower and on the eastern side of the peninsula you can find the picturesque fortified harbour. - See more at: http://www.turkeyhomes.com/turkey-info/alanya-area-guide
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I Love Turkey ..Amazing Country
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One of my favourite places I've been to in Turkey is the North-East Black Sea region. The traditional Laz and Hemsin communities live in-among copious amounts of greenery. Wandering the neighborhoods near Firtina Vadisi, we came across some cute houses made from bricks, stones and wood. Unfortunately I didn't manage to get inside!

(More of Black Sea articles here : http://turkishtravelblog.com/category/destinations/black-sea-region/)
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In summer, I love pulling into the cafes and restaurants serving large spreads like this for a Turkish breakfast. They are delicious and an enjoyable experience if you are with friends. Image credit : Turkey Homes who also list their favourite Turkish dishes by region - Read more @ http://www.turkeyhomes.com/blog/post/favourite-turkish-dishes-by-region-what-to-eat-where

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If you arrived at this breakfast located in the city they will just have breakfast treats
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Travellers to Antalya know the area for a host of different reasons. Some seek out it's luxury hotels while the area's historic treasures attract culture hunters. Then there is the natural beauty of the land. Most visitors will lay testament to picturesque panoramic views and natural wonders, including the Duden Waterfalls and the Chimera on Mount Olympus where flames have been sprouting from the ground for the past 2500 years.

The culmination of history with modern luxury hotels makes for a unique lifestyle experiences. It is no surprise, therefore, that Antalya sees 30% of all of Turkey’s tourism and is the third most visited destination in the world. It is also the fastest growing province in Turkey with a 4.17% yearly population growth.

See more at: http://www.turkeyhomes.com/turkey-info/antalya-area-guide
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Bonjour Natalie, L'histoire du fauteil Turque.C'est très beau. Boualem Salim
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Amasya’s long history is almost as captivating as the Ottoman houses that line the banks of the Yesilirmak River. The city near the north sea dates back 7500 years to the days when it was once a fortified city high on the cliffs above the river.

It was the main city of the Pontic Empire - a seat of royalty and academia, producing kings and princes, artists, scientists, philosophers and thinkers.In recent years more tourists have begun visiting Amasya, to see the beautiful Ottoman homes and the cliff tombs

Read more and image credit here : http://www.propertyturkey.com/blog-turkey/9-incredible-turkish-landscapes
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thought of amasya brings ottomon era in your mind love u turkey
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My good friend Sue over at Arkadaslik Yachting has written this article about terrorism in Turkey, a subject that affects all of us who love the country. She lives here all year round so it is written from personal experience. For those of you who are concerned about travelling here, I recommend you read it.

http://www.arkadaslik-yachting.com/travel-tips/how-safe-is-turkey.html
Do I worry about terrorism in Turkey? I don’t worry for my personal safety, but I worry nonetheless. Read on to learn more - my reasons may surprise you.
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Turkiye cok seviyorum... iki sene kaldin.. 
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I live in Turkey and am author of the Turkish Travel Blog.  My aim is to travel to every city, town and village of this wonderful country and write about it at the same time. Read about my tales and laugh at my terrible pictures on my blog.
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One of the best preserved Hellenistic theatres. We arrived early and hardly anyone was there. Long walk up to the beginning of the ruins so if it is hot, wear a hat and have water ready.
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Best doner kebabs in Altinkum
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Turkey has a heatwave on at the moment so avoid visiting it in midday. Instead try to get there early or late at night but most of all see the Roman theatre
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I have used this company for private tours in Pamukkale and Cappadocia. Top notch service on both occasions. It was great to have my own guide and driver. We were also able to deviate from the itinerary if I wanted to see something at the last minute. Perfect days out and would use them again
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It was my second visit and this time, I went on a tour and enjoyed it a lot more. A guide really does bring the place alive although the signage is good if you don't have one.
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Don't attemept to walk up unless you are good on your feet!
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Had a great day out on the Blue tour. Experienced and knowledgeable guide, excellent driver and a well planned tour for lunch, breaks and places to visit. This is a well organized and will most certainly book with them again
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