Topography of Turkey
- Read more about the geography and topography of Turkey
History of Turkey - Presents a detailed historical background and culture of Turkey
Life & People of Turkey - Study the characteristics, background, and details on the people of Turkey
Local Cuisine of Turkey - Find out delicious local cuisines of Turkey
Holidays in Turkey - Check out a list of the local holidays in Turkey
Festivals in Turkey - Learn about the festivals in Turkey
Embassies of Turkey - Provides an Embassy database for Turkey
Attractions in Turkey - Discover the best places to visit, sight seeing, and tourist attractions in Turkey
Maps of Turkey - Discover a detailed map of Turkey
Weather for cities of Turkey - Browse weather forecast, hourly conditions, temperature, sunrise, sunset, and other weather related reports for the cities of Turkey
Shopping in Turkey - Find out the best places for shopping in Turkey
Restaurants in Turkey - Browse a list of eat-outs in Turkey
Geography of Turkey - Highlights the location, map references, area, land boundaries, climate, natural resources, land use, natural hazards, environment, and geography of Turkey
People of Turkey - Learn about the population, age structure, birth and death rate, sex ratio, nationality, ethnic groups, religions, languages, and literacy in Turkey
Communications in Turkey - Browse statistics on telephones, mobile and cellular lines in use, radio broadcast stations, televisions, internet country code, ISP's, internet users, and facts on communications in Turkey
Transportation in Turkey - Offers statistical details on the railways, highways, waterways, ports & harbors, airports, and other facts on transportation in Turkey
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Do's and Don'ts in Turkey
Do see the movie Gallipoli, starring Australian Mel Gibson, for background on the
terrible battle on Turkish soil.
The simplest way to get rid of pestering salesmen and coastal Romeos requires no language skills at alljust tilt your head back quickly, close your eyes and lift your eyebrows. It isn't rudeit just means "not interested" and works like a charm.
In the certain part of the country, you may have to dress conservatively , if you're a woman traveling alone in Turkey.
Do not back away from a price you've offered when bargainingits considered extremely rude not to buy something after stating or accepting a price. Do bargain hard. If you are trying to buy a rug, you should offer 60%-70% of the asking price.
Do be on time for appointments.
Do remove shoes before entering mosques and observe a respectful silence. Wear clothing that covers your legs and upper arms (which means no shorts or sleeveless shirts). Women should carry scarves to cover their heads.
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