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Turkey has much to offer all foreigners looking to live in the country permanently. An overhaul of lifestyle trends in the last 15 years means it can match any developed country regarding infrastructure, and standard of living, but the bonus is the low cost of living. Read more here - https://www.turkeyhomes.com/blog/post/best-places-to-live-in-turkey-for-expats
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If you think that the western part of Turkey is soaked in culture, just wait until the experience the Eastern regions. The city of Mardin is memorable for tourists, yet ironically still unknown to many who live in Turkey. Read more here - https://www.turkeyhomes.com/blog/post/mardin-unmissable-yet-unknown
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December sees people from many different countries descending on Konya for the annual 10-day Rumi festival of Konya. Such is the popularity; tickets sell out early, and hotels quickly run out of vacancies.

Both Muslims and non-Muslims attend the event, of which the main ceremony is twenty plus whirling dervishes performing Sema to feel love for oneself and inner peace of heart and mind.
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Located three hours’ drive west of Antalya on Turkey's Mediterranean coast, Kaş is a popular tourist town. Surrounded by soaring mountains and bordered by the sparkling blue Mediterranean, it offers more than 20 fantastic dive sites. Read more here - https://www.turkeyhomes.com/blog/post/top-diving-sites-of-kas
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The small holiday resort town of Kas on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey has one central landmark to boast about, and that is the restored Antiphellos Theater. Standing at the entrance to the theater, its size pales in comparison to other theaters like the ones in Ephesus and Pergamon. However, the main attractions are the breathtaking views of the sea.
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Kalkan's upmarket status leads construction companies to employ the best architects in Turkey to design homes that are not only modern, and practical but also beautiful showcase pieces of what luxury Mediterranean living looks like. Read more here - https://www.turkeyhomes.com/blog/post/why-buying-property-in-kalkan-is-a-smart-move
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For many decades, the Bodrum peninsula on the Aegean coast of Turkey has lured wealthy and influential Turks from around the country. As one of the most esteemed and respected hubs of the Turkish Riviera, a luxurious lifestyle has always been high on the agenda. Read more here - https://www.turkeyhomes.com/blog/post/why-bodrum-s-luxury-vibes-are-still-luring-the-global-elite
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In 2000, the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism submitted the Seljuk Caravanserais from Denizli to Dogubeyazit to UNESCO for consideration to the World Heritage list. Approximately 40 caravanserais sit in the Denizli to Dogubeyazit route running from the west of Turkey, across the Anatolian plains to the east. Some of them like Akhan, Obruk, Sultan, and Mamahatun are excellent preserved. Read more here - https://www.turkeyhomes.com/blog/post/why-caravanserais-in-turkey-are-historically-and-socially-important
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Mount Ararat in Eastern Turkey is said to be where Noah's ark rested after the great flood. What do you think? Read more here - https://www.turkeyhomes.com/blog/post/mount-ararat-the-roof-of-turkey-and-noah-s-ark
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Gumusluk, one of the lesser known coastal resorts of the Bodrum peninsula is blessed with a natural appearance, historical background, cultural yearnings and beautiful scenery. Read more here - https://www.turkeyhomes.com/blog/post/gumusluk-one-of-bodrum-s-well-kept-secrets
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