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On Nemrut Dag in southeastern Turkey, you can still see the remains of a temple built by the Hellenistic King Antiochos I, who died in 34 B.C. The mysterious figures are gods, ancestors and animal guardians. It's a mysterious, rather haunting place.
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If you're taking advantage of the new minimum threshold and opting for Turkish citizenship by property investment, the government is making it easy with advice centres to help smooth the process.
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The good, the bad, and the plain old weird facts about #Turkey.
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It's widely believed #Yalikavak's sunsets are the most beautiful in the country. We're inclined to agree. #sunset #Turkey #islands #Mediterranean
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This stunning home is new on the market and just stunning. Built with luxury and modern design in mind, the villa has sweeping views over the harbour and #Mediterranean. https://buff.ly/2qmKRvR #Kalkan
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This 300-year-old bridge in northeastern Turkey disappeared over the course of a week. Villagers think it was stolen, stone by stone. The bridge connected the village of Arslanca to three highlands, and has been used for centuries for herders taking their animals to pasture. Locals are scratching their heads as to the motive, but believe thieves might have been looking for artefacts.
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On #WorldEggDay, we're preparing menemen. This Turkish omelette is simplicity itself, a one-pan deal with eggs, tomatoes and green peppers. Serve with a yogurt and cucumber dip. Delicious! #Turkey #foodie
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How many of these amazing Turkish dishes have you tried? https://buff.ly/2lCz8r1 #foodie #Turkey
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Although Turkish property is known to be cheaper than other Mediterranean destinations, the days of rock-bottom deals are long gone. Although, if you're lucky, you can still uncover gems: like this two-bedroom apartment in sunny Side, #Antalya, for just £45,000/$58,000.
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For fans of milky desserts, the Turkish dessert Güllaç might hit the spot. It's made with milk, pomegranate and pastry, and is considered by some a precursor to the most widely known baklava. The sweet treat dates back to the 14th century, when the first mention of it appears in a book written by a physician to the Mongol court of the Yuan dynasty. The name comes from "gullu" and "as", meaning "food with roses". This refers to the shape of the layers, which look a little similar to rose leaves.
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