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Turkey Travel Specialists offer Istanbul, Cappadocia, Biblical & Cultural ,Escorted Tours,
Turkey Travel Specialists offer Istanbul, Cappadocia, Biblical & Cultural ,Escorted Tours,

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This area which hosted a a thriving monastic life from the 4th to the 13 th century AD is now on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Göreme is unquestionably the best point from which to wiew the fairy chimneys, the symbol of Cappadocia. The region, which is features, has a history that dates back to the Roman Empire – a history that is laid out before your eyes in the Göreme Open-Air Museum. There was a thriving monastic life in the area from the 4th to the 13 th century AD, and the blocks of rock were carved out to create churches, chapels and dining areas. The settlement, which is now on the UNESCO World Heritage List, is where Christian monastic educatio is said to have originated. The Göreme Open Air Museum is spread out across a large area. Among the interesting places to visit there are the Men’s and Women’s Monasteries, St Basil’s Church, “Elmalı Kilise (Apple Church)”, St Barbara’s Church,”Yılanlı Kilise(Serpent Church)”, “Karanlık Kilise(Dark Church)”, “Çarıklı Kilise(Church with the Sandal)” and “Tokalı Kilise(Church with the Buckle)”.
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It deoesn’t really matter when yo visit Cappadocia, because the fairytale beauty of this magical place is ready to weave its spell over you any time of the year. The area’s incomparable natural beauty and historical treasures offer many alternatives…
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A Trip To Fairyland

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Anzac Days in Gallipoli and Things to do in Canakkale
Following weeks of April, thousands of Anzacs will come to Turkey to visit Çanakkale is located in the northwest of Turkey, straddling the Dardanelles, the famous strait which seperates the continents of Europe and Asia. They wish to be witness the biggest ...
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Where to stay in Istanbul? Best Neighborhood to stay
Probably one of the most common questions for travelers "Which neighborhood to stay in Istanbul?". It is really difficult to decide where to stay in such big city offers  lots to see and do. The  very central; lots of local colour including fruit and veg ma...
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Money Exchange in Turkey
In general it is better not to exchange much
money before travelling to Turkey , as you can often get a better rate there.
All cities have a large number of banks and ATM machines.  Banks are open from 9:00
a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday to Friday, with most of ...
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To be Foreigner or Tourist in Turkey
Turkish people are courteous to strangers. They are hospitable people. Turks have an expression about visitors: “Tanrı misafiri” (“God’s guest”—a visitor must be looked after as if he had been sent to you as an envoy from God). Other Turkish proverbs that r...
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The Role of Women in Turkey
The role of women has changed drastically over the centuries.
As the level of education increases the idea that women are important only for
serving men’s needs and for childbearing is diminishing.  Topkapı Palace with
its sultan’s harem is now just a touri...
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Secularism and Social Groups in Turkey
Although Atatürk, in complete break with the past, established a secular government, Islam continues to have a pivotal role in the life and character of the nation. Turkish society can be broadly divided into four subgroups: Atatürk supporters (secularists)...
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Using Public Buses for Travelling in Turkey
Before flights became cheaper, the road network was the means of intercity travel in Turkey . Expressways are limited; many are just divided highways. After planes, buses are the next best way to travel around the country if you have time. It is to the trav...
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