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Cevat Sakir Kabaagacli: writer, raconteur, tourist guide, exile, prisoner, rebel, ecologist, and founder of the now famous Blue Voyages - https://www.propertyturkey.com/blog-turkey/the-mysterious-life-of-the-fisherman-of-halicarnassus
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City skylines tell a lot about people who inhabit it, and Istanbul’s tallest buildings are no exception. Standing out among minarets of mosques, bridges, and iconic landmarks, they stand for a generation who strives to break records. - https://www.turkeyhomes.com/blog/post/four-of-istanbul-s-tallest-buildings-that-dominate-the-skyline
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Covering 110,000 square meters, Bodrum airport is one of the top three touristic air travel hubs in Turkey and this user guide helps flyers navigate it like a pro. https://www.turkeyhomes.com/blog/post/your-friendly-user-guide-to-bodrum-airport
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Giresun Island. The island is small, but rich in history and myth. Special shows are put on for tourists to the island in the summer months to entertain and teach children of all ages about the Amazons, the Argonauts and Hercules. https://www.propertyturkey.com/blog-turkey/why-you-should-visit-giresun-an-island-of-legends
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The Bosphorus mansions are Turkey’s crème de la crème of real estate. Also, called yali houses, these luxury villas in Istanbul are worth more than the average person will earn in six lifetimes. Often selling for 50 million USD or more, their iconic status attracts rich and influential people from around the globe who want to make it in Turkey’s elite social circles. Read more here - https://www.turkeyhomes.com/blog/post/bosphorus-mansions-turkey-s-luxury-villas-for-the-super-rich
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In the last 15 years, the wanderlust for travel has sparked a new trend of living abroad and many people dream of retiring to a life in Turkey. For those who do make the move, certain characteristics decide whether they will succeed in their new journey of life. Read more here - https://www.turkeyhomes.com/blog/post/5-characteristics-of-successful-expats-living-abroad
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Sultan Camp in Kabak, #Fethiye, is one of our favourite places. Read more to find out why. :)
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‘Homage to Masters of Sculpture’ at Elgiz Museum of Art, Istanbul'

Elgiz Museum of Art presents "Homage to Masters of Sculpture” at their #Istanbul #Turkey venue.

This is the ninth terrace exhibition at the museum where 14 artists have been selected by Seyhun Topuz, Rahmi Aksungur, Nilüfer Ergin and Haşim Nur Gürel ve Can Elgiz of the museum’s Sculpture Advisory Board. The exhibition hosts works by Arif Çekderi, Caner Şengünalp, Çağdaş Erçelik, Emre Özçaylan, Ergin Soyal, Ersin Uysal, Halil Daşkesen, Levent Ayata, Mahmut Aydın, Meliha Sözeri, Sanem Tufan, Şenay Ulusoy, Tanzer Arığ and Uğur Cinel. The exhibition improves and increases the visibility of sculpture as an art form, which needs strong support in terms of both space and production. The exhibition series enables and strengthens the communication between sculptors and art enthusiasts.

The Elgiz Museum was founded by collectors Sevda and Can Elgiz as the first contemporary art museum in Turkey in 2001. Formerly known as Proje4L, the space functioned as an experimental platform for young, up-and-coming artists and curators. Continuing this mission, the Elgiz Museum houses the family’s collection and hosts dynamic, avant garde, temporary exhibitions, and educational programs. In 2013, the IFEMA Amigos de ARCO Madrid presented the Elgiz Collection with the International Collecting Award and in 2014 the Elgiz Museum was awarded with Turkey’s Contemporary Arts Foundation Honour Award, especially made by the sculptor Mehmet Aksoy. As of 2015, the Elgiz Museum is a founding member of the Global Private Museum Network and a member of the International Council of Museums (ICOM).

http://www.blouinartinfo.com/news/story/2403064/homage-to-masters-of-sculpture-at-elgiz-museum-of-art
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There are lots of beach bars along Çalış Beach, at the far end. Ceviz Beach is a really chilled out place. Great waves there, yesterday. :)
#Fethiye #Turkey #Muğla #Travel
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One of my favourite places in Turkey...
The Fethiye region covers many different areas including Oludeniz, Hisaronu and Calis Beach, but the town centre is especially delightful. To truly get to the heart of it, three areas in particular are worth visiting and you can read about them here - https://www.turkeyhomes.com/blog/post/fethiye-town-centre-attracting-the-masses-with-charm
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