facts about the people of Turkey
Iranian people, the Turkish people attach great importance to the family and
visit each other at every opportunity.
visits take place mostly in Eid al-Adha and Eid al-Fitr, Turkey’s most
world, Instagram is the most accessible virtual program to share photos and
videos, but Turkish users have the highest usage rate in the world.
probably heard of Constantinople. Constantinople is Istanbul, which used to be
the capital of the Roman Empire.
It is interesting
to know that the world’s first university was built in the city of Haran,
holds two monuments of the Seven Wonders of the World: Artemis Temple,
valuable silk carpet in the world is in the country of Turks. To see this
carpet, go to the Rumi Museum in Konya, Turkey.
famous Santa Claus in the world, Saint Nicholas, was also born there.
the first coin of the world, which belongs to BC, was made.
world’s first handmade church was discovered in Antioch, Turkey. The name of
this church is Saint Peter.
passionate about eating soup and can be found in almost every meal.
of the tulip flower is not known, but in Ottoman times the Turks were very
interested in the tulip flower and introduced it to the Europeans. It is even
rumored that Sultan Suleiman brought the tulip flower to the Netherlands and is
now one of the most famous Dutch flowers.
want to see the longest snow skiing route in Europe, travel to Turkey.
believe that agriculture began in Turkey about 11,000 years ago. It is now one
of the top cereal producing countries.
world’s most famous coffee in this country.
patriotism of the Turks is so low that no one can complain about their country.
They accept their country as it is.
the hands of the elderly and the elderly is a sign of respect. When leaving
home, Turks often kiss their father or mother’s hand as a farewell.
a country that respects women’s rights and is one of the first countries to
give women the right to vote.
It has the
oldest and largest shopping malls in the world. Istanbul’s big market is so big
that it is impossible to browse the whole market in one day. There are 4000
shops along the 61 streets where 25,000 people work.
Turkish dessert is a dessert with chicken. The combination of cinnamon, milk,
sugar, and chicken… a little strange, but it tastes incredibly delicious.
been named among the sixth tourist destinations in the world because of its
historical and cultural monuments.
Beach, west of the Fatah area, hosts rare Mediterranean turtles that lay there
for laying between May and October. The turtles are digging something about 300
pits for spawning.
Istanbul is Turkey’s largest city, it has not been chosen as its capital.
official religion of the Turks remains the religion of Islam despite the
secular policy of the Turks.
found in Turkish resorts, but it is interesting to note that the country has neither
desert nor native camel.
have been surnamed for about 84 years. The surname has not been customary
between them until now.
provides about 80 percent of the world’s export fund.