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    General  Information Kayseri: A cultural mosaic of diverse civilizations and home to innumerable natural wonders, Kayseri has been Anatolia’s most important commercial center for many centuries. Founded by the Hittite around 4000BC and surrounded by numerous mounds and tumuli, Kayseri province sheds light on Anatolian history. N...

    General  Information There are lots of pieces of art, reflecting Ancient Age, Medieval Age, Byzantium and Ottoman culture in a territory city, Kırklareli, and it has an ideal center position for coastal tourism, culture, caravan, camping and water sports tourism, hunt and nature tourism like various branches. Attractions Kırklar...

    General  Information Çorum: Famous for its roasted chickpeas, Çorum was settled for the first time in the Neolithic Era and is now home to several sites inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Çorum dating back as far as 7000 years is the first settlement that fell under the rule of the Hittites by the time they took control...

    General  Information Nevsehir: Inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage for its Cappadocia district, Nevsehir fascinates visitors with its natural and historical attractions. Nevsehir, with its settlements dating back to 7000 BC lived under the rule of many different civilizations. The city was taken by the Ottoman Empire in 1466, ...

    General  Information Izmir:  The pearl of the west, is Turkey's third largest city and one of the most important port cities. It has a great nature and a rich historical and cultural heritage. Also known as Old Izmir, Smyrna, built on an islet of hundred acres flourished into a great center oF civilization over time. Establishe...

    General  Information Canakkale: A strait connecting Europe and Asia as well as the Aegean and the Marmara Seas; and the most important center of the civilizations of Troy and Assos but most importantly the symbol of independence. The city, which was called Hellespont and Dardanelles in the ancient times, took the name Çanakkale...

    General  Information A city with its roots back in 7000 BC, formerly named Tralleis and Guzelhisar (meaning Beautiful Citadel) and home to various ancient civilizations: Aydin. The famous historian of the antique world, Herodotus describes the city as the place lying beneath the most beautiful sky that one can imagine with a mo...

    General  Information Adiyaman: A city of civilizations, founded in the 40000 BC on the Southeastern Taurus Mountain complex, one of the first human settlements to be known. Home to 16 different civilizations, this ancient city is one of the prominent archeological sites in the world. The famous Mount Nemrud and its ruins fro...

    General  Information Gaziantep: Previously known as Antioch and located in the center of the first civilizations on the historical Silk Road, Gaziantep is Turkeys sixth largest city worldwide famous for its Baklava. The city of Gaziantep is one of the first settlements in Anatolia. Founded between the Mediterranean territory and ...

    General  Information Mugla:  Muğla, at the crossroads of the Aegean and Mediterranean Region, is a piece of paradise comprised of coves such as Bodrum, Marmaris, Fethiye, Gocek and many more. Mugla is an indispensable summer resort offering a myriad of beautiful and unique holiday resorts. Located at the foot of Mount Hisar,...

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      ‘Lives in Common: Arabs and Jews in Jerusalem, Jaffa and Hebron’
      ‘Lives in Common: Arabs and Jews in Jerusalem, Jaffa and Hebron’
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      by JOSEPH RICHARD PREVILLE and JULIE POUCHER HARBIN Once upon a time, Jews and Arabs in Palestine were partners, neighbors, and friends. Israeli scholar Menachem Klein reminds us of this historical fact in Lives in Common: Arabs and Jews in Jerusalem, Jaffa and Hebron (Hurst & Company, 2014). And, he explains how the shared native identity between Jews and Arabs was shattered by t...

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      President Erdogan’s ideas about the Presidental System Of New Turkey
      President Erdogan’s ideas about the Presidental System Of New Turkey
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      President Erdoğan, who answered the questions of journalists during a live TV program, made important statements on a variety of subjects including domestic policy, foreign policy, debates on presidential system, the upcoming elections and parallel state structure. Emphasizing that adopting a new Constitution is the most important matter concerning the construction of New Turkey, Preside...

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      Michelle Collins on soap life
      Michelle Collins on soap life
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      Michelle Collins became one of a select band of actors who have appeared in both EastEnders and Coronation Street when she became landlady of the Rovers Return. But criticism of her accent and her own claims of being marginalised meant her three years in Britain’s best-loved soap were marred with controversy. Now in her explosive new book, This Is Me, she reveals for the first time wha...

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      Former City Minister Lord Myners
      Former City Minister Lord Myners
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      The man brought in to revive the fortunes of the Co-Op Group quit last night just four months into his job. Former Labour City Minister Lord Myners did not hold back in his assessment of the company. In his initial review, he said the Co-op group had made “breathtakingly value-destructive decisions”. Speaking last month, he said in an internal video: “The executive team has been treat...

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