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Turkey is a country which is located on two continents;

Asia and Europe

Where is Turkey and wich famous city?

TURKISH FLAG
DRAPEAU TURC

COUNTRY PROFILE
Official Name
Republic of Turkey
Date of Foundation
29 October 1923
Capital
Ankara
Population
76 million
Language
The official language is Turkish. English
is widely spoken in major cities.
Currency
TL (Turkish Lira) 1 Euro approximately
equals to 2,30 Turkish Liras. .
Food
As with many Mediterranean nations
Turkish food is very healthy, fresh and
enjoyable.

Mustafa Kemal ATATRK, was an Ottoman and Turkish army


officer, revolutionary statesman, writer, and the first President of
Turkey. He is credited with being the founder of the Republic of
Turkey.

PRESIDENT
RECEP TAYYP ERDOAN

HISTORY

Antiquity
The Anatolian peninsula (also
called Minor Asia), comprising
most of modern Turkey, is one of
the oldest continually inhabited
regions in the world due to its
location at the intersection of Asia
and Europe.

Gbekli Tepe, the first


evidence of man presence in
the world.

Portion of the legendary walls


Troy (VII), identified as the
site of the Trojan War

The temple of artemis is one of the seven


wonders of the world.

RELIGION
Turkey is officially a secular Republic.
The Turkish Constitution provides the
freedom of religion and conscience, but
does not represent or promote a
religion. The population of Turkey is
predominantly Muslim (99%).The
remainder of the population are mainly
Christians and Jews.

Blue Mosque

CLIMATE
black sea
climate

continental
climate

mix
climate
continental
climate

Mediterranean
climate
Mediterranean
climate

continental
climate

In Turkish Culture Turkish coffee is so important


People like to drink Turkish coffee and when you go
to some place they will ask you: How would you
like Turkish coffee? You have to say Sade(without
sugar),orta(a little bit sugar),Sekerli(with sugar)
And they will bring Turkish coffee with same
delight and water

Turkish coffe
from 14.
century until
now

BODY LANGUAGE AND


GESTCULATNG

Gift Giving Etiquette


The only time you would
need to give any great
thought to gifts would be if
you were invited to a
Turk's home for dinner. The
most usual gifts to take are
pastries, (especially
'baklava') and decorative
items for the home such as
ornaments or vases.

Turkishhand-wovencarpets
areexportingall over the world.

TURKISH
FOOD,
DESSERTS
AND
DRINKS

Dner Kebab is a
Turkish dish made of
lamb meat. It is cooked
on a vertical spit and
sliced off to order and
served wrapped in bread
with salad.

i kebab

Adana kebab

Mant dumplings consist of a spiced meat mixture,


usually lamb or ground beef, in a dough wrapper, either
boiled or steamed.
Mant are typically served topped with yogurt and garlic
and spiced with red pepper powder and melted butter,
and topped with ground sumac and dried mint.

Simit is a circular bread with sesame seeds

Dolma is a family of stuffed vegetable dishes in the cuisines of the former


Ottoman Empire.
Perhaps the best-known is the grape-leaf dolma.
Common vegetables to stuff include eggplant, tomato and pepper.
The stuffing may or may not include meat.
Meat dolma are generally served warm, often with sauce;
meatless ones are generally served cold with yogurt.

Tarhana soup is a dried-yogurt


based soup.

TURKISH DELIGHT

Baklava is a rich, sweet pastry made of layers of phyllo


dough filled with chopped nuts and sweetened with
syrup or honey.

Ayran is a yogurt-based
beverage. It is a mixture
of yogurt, cold water,
and sometimes salt.
Ayran is usually served
chilled, and is a common
accompaniment to
dner, kebab, etc.

Turkish tea is a type of


tea that is popular
mainly in the Turkishspeaking countries.
Within Turkey, the tea
is usually known as
Rize tea. Virtually all of
the tea is produced in
the Rize province, a
Turkish province on the
Black Sea coast.

SOME
POPULAR
DESTINATIO
NS IN
TURKEY

Cappadocia: The famous fairy chimneys

ldeniz (Deadsea)

Mardin Houses / Mardin

Ancient Ruins in zmir

Ancient Ruins in zmir

Nemrut Mount

PAMUKKALE

Smela Monastery

Trojan Horse

stiklal Avenue:Topkap
The
Most Famous Avenue in
stanbul

Palace

Mor Hananyo Monastery in Mersin

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