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  • Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts, Istanbul

    Situated just across the famous Blue Mosque of Istanbul, the Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts has a wealth of beautiful objects ranging from the Ottoman, Seljuk and from the earlier period of the 8th century. The collections in the museum include Islamic calligraphy, carpets, tiles and exclusive art work.

  • Cappadocia, Turkey

    One of the best kept secrets of Turkey, Cappadocia is a unique historical region located in Central Anatolia This area has become one of the most visited travel destinations in the country because of its exquisite cultural, historic and geological features. The area of Cappadocia is quite especially striking due to…
  • Explore the Grand Bazaar in Istanbul

    Counted amongst the largest covered markets in the world, the Grand Bazaar is not only one of the best places to shop in Istanbul but also among the most captivating sights in the city Sitting in the city center, the Grand Bazaar sprawls over a huge area and sells almost everything…
  • The Green Canyon in Turkey

    The Green Canyon is worth seeing for its amazing natural beauty Visitors to Turkey who want to take a break from visiting historic sites and bustling markets should take a boat trip to the splendid Green canyon in Turkey.The boat ride takes visitors from the quay on the Green Lake through…
  • Waterfall Manavgat

    Located approximately 4Km north of the city center of Manavgat is the pretty Waterfall Manavgat The waterfall is not high but it is quite attractive. Falling in a horseshoe shape, this waterfall is one of the gentlest waterfalls on the Manavgat River. Next to the waterfall is a nice resting place…
  • Gaze at the White Travertine Terraces of Pamukkale

    The spectacular spa site of Pamukkale in Turkey is a beautiful work of nature Best known as ‘Cotton Castle,' Pamukkale is about 19Km north of Denizli. Today Pamukkale is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The site has been used as a spa since the 2nd century BC. Pamukkale and the…
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Turkey Info

ADMINISTRATIVE/COMMERCIAL CAPITAL: Ankara

GEOGRAPHY

Shares boarders with, southeastern Europe and southwestern Asia countries, Turkey owns a coast line of 7,200 km's and a land area of 770,760 km².

DEMOGRAPHY

A population of close to 73.7 Million. Muslims account for about 99.8% of the population.

CLIMATE

Turkey's a huge country its climate varies widely from region to region and the season. July and september tends to be the peak tourist season. Central Anatolia where the Capital city Ankara is located experiances a steppe climate with hot, dry summers and cold winters.

LANGUAGES SPOKEN

Turkish is the official language. English is considered the main foreign language.

LOCAL TIME

GMT+2 hrs

BUSINESS HOURS

Government: 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM
General: 9 AM to 5 PM

HOLIDAYS
New Year's Day: January 1st
National Sovereignty and Children's Day: April 23rd
Labour and solidarity Day: May 1st
Victory Day: August 30th
Republic Day: October 29th

Based on the lunar calandar:
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Turkish Lira

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