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Victory Day in Turkey - What it means

28th August 2017 Military parades and ceremonies at monuments to Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, who founded the Turkish Republic, are some common ways to celebrate Victory Day in Turkey. Turkish flags often adorn shops, public offices and people's houses on this day.
What Do People Do?
Many people in Turkey...
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You may not know it – but don’t do this in Turkey

8th August 2017 For most of us we all know the general rules of etiquette while in Turkey, do not insult the Turkish flag, do not insult Ataturk, dont go into someones home with out first asking if you should remove your shoes. But what else should you know as a foreigner in Turkey.
Don’t call someone a...
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16 ways you know you’ve become Turkish

4th August 2017 1) You refuse to buy any electrical item without first seeing that it works.
2) you have started to answer every question by repeating evet,evet, var,var, hayir,hayir.
3) You have embraced eating olives for breakfast.
4) You always order the largest beer (efes) because its just one lira...
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12 surprising facts about Turkey that you did not know

27th July 2017 1) Turkey or Türkiye (Land of the Turks) was not officially used until the republic was established in 1923
2) Money originates from Turkey The first coins ever made were minted in Turkey at Sardis, the capital of the ancient kingdom of Lydia, at the end of the seventh century B.C. The...
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Valentine's Day in Turkey

13th February 2017 Valentine's Day is a relative newcomer to Turkey. It was popularized by the men's magazine "Erkekçe" in the mid-80s. Turks know Valentine's Day by the name "Sevgililer Günü" which literally means "Lovers Day."That is, while the origins of the holiday in the West are traced back to...
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How to make your business grow in Turkey

5th December 2016 Setting up your business in Turkey gives you access to a huge amount of potential customers from Turkey and beyond. Turkey’s location, quite literally being the place where the east and west meet gives it a number of advantages that Turkish businesses can use to grow their business and...
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Republic Day in Turkey - What does it mean?

28th October 2016 Republic Day in Turkey
Many people in Turkey celebrate Republic Day on October 29 by attending performances and participating in traditional processions with flags and musical bands. The Turkish Republic’s founder Mustafa Kemal Atatürk proclaimed Republic Day as Turkey’s most...
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5 Reasons Why Briton’s Love Turkey

3rd October 2016 While Turkey is visited by people from all around the world it can’t be denied that Turkey and the UK have a close bond. With over 40,000 British expats living in Turkey permanently and thriving expat communities the British just seem to love Turkey but why?
 
The Location  The UK...
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Facts: Sacrifice Feast in Turkey - Kurban Bayramı

12th September 2016 The Sacrifice Feast in Turkey is a four-day religious festival. The Sacrifice Feast traditions in Turkey include sacrificing an animal in a special ritual, visiting relatives and helping the poor.
What Do People Do?
The Sacrifice Feast is one of the oldest Islamic holidays in Turkey. It...
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What does Zafer Bayramı mean in Turkey?

30th August 2016 Victory Day (local name: Zafer Bayramı) on August 30 is a national holiday in Turkey to commemorate the victory in the Battle of Dumlupınar, one of the final and the most decisive battles in the Turkish War of Independence in 1922.
Victory Day in Turkey
Military parades and ceremonies at...
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