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-Turkish Culture November 9, 2016
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1 . UD

ud

It must have come as a lute or aloe as it is made from the aloe today. Yahya Kemal “Old Istanbul is a lute sound” after hearing a lute sound of verses written … It is a sound that picks the wires that hit the döktürdüğü is pouring his heart Udin before the eyes of the listeners almost …

2 . Turkish Coffee

turkish-coffee

a cup of water to the pot, a spoon of coffee, optionally a little sugar … brewing a special, special smell, foam special taste … It is a special ceremony us Turkish coffee. Besides asks whether the delight served liquor, affection enough. If someone knows a look at the fortunes of Hel … tell us: these posters decorate the walls until 3 in the time

3 . Turkish Tea

turkish-tea

smell comes from moist and fertile soil … rabbit blood, albeit obvious, even if it is the Eastern Black Sea tea extract hometown … heats water under the kettle, on its own infused … in İncebelli, besides sugars income may lemon internal wished. Chats darkened, extends at night. Now dip the biscuits want is good … Tea with every aspect of the pretzels.

4 . Topkapi Dagger

topkapi-dagger

been the subject of films four emerald dagger … around the bezel diamonds Emerald … pearl inlaid and cabochons … also under the emerald of the blade’s top London -hour confidential … the 1740s made in the workshop of the Topkapi Palace, the Sultan Shah gift to Iran’s Mahmut I. … the road as the news of the murder of Nadir Shah he was brought back to the palace. That day is today the world’s most precious dagger that is on display at the Topkapi Palace.

5 . ŞUPPİLİ

suppili

A man who likes to produce both known and war … the last king of the Hittites … BC New Kingdom Period born in 1207, he had closed his eyes in 1178. The winner of the first naval battle recorded in history … our life with the 1.5-tonne sculpture located in the province of Hatay Tell Tayinat re-entered mound, then easily be unlikely.

6 . SUCUK

sucuk

Barbecued roast Is an identical coil pomegranates … sausage as you cross the bread … Is Heller was a fresh bread … Or especially the egg to have a break next to the market in the morning … then come, teas, cheeses, butter and bread. .. removes stone Adherent banquet breakfast of sausage market …

7 . Turkish Raki

turkish-raki

For some, water joining drink, not ice-free by whom, next to some water does not even drink … But this does not go dry a fact that dry raki … Next necessarily melon and feta cheese, hot or cold appetizers, fried bread … Strait from the fish of the Bosphorus ‘a hit yakamoz and moon the good friend he … has been its name from arak, is razaki grapes, or obtained from kımız not science is it the arikan but those inside with the smell of anise emitted lead to completely different realms in every sip …

8 . Evil Eye Bead

evil-eye-bead

Attila the Hun’s father Gokce Muncuk’s (Flirts) people from all evil, especially those believed to protect against witches. said also brought good luck, once “the eyes get a touch, you’re protected from the evil eye,” he loved things, mostly newborns to hang Nazar Boncuğu is here that blue beads … This poster, alongside Evil Eye hang on one’s view of you, your home , get a touch and your family.

9 . Turkish Hookah

turkish-hookah

Sudan smoke filtered through the East pulled as he pulls into the mystical aura. It türküs even has been the subject source of the smoke. “Hookah my lance in Silver made of silver” … Every breath you take from marpuç, nozzles from the air, the reminiscent ember flames, embers of oak … Besides not without tea or ıhlamursuz but leave in the meantime to cool, smoke take you in you memories from the clouds to the world …

10 . Iznik Tiles

iznik-tiles

nature and timing spread right across the world, 600 years of art in Iznik … from the Ottoman’s summit … Bursa Green Mosque, Süleymaniye and Selimiye as important mosques of the resources of the decorations that reflect the glory … of the palace, after the mosques dotting the various museums in the world Iznik tiles, is now on the wall to decorate.

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