Turkey and world

Geographically, Turkey is considered as the center of the world, since it connects west to the east, Middle East to Europe, where you hear all world languages spoken. This fact brings a huge amount of capital to Turkey every single year regardless what exactly happens in the area. Investment in Turkey is always an option on the desk for businessmen.

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Even the most frugal of travelers cannot resist shopping when they visit Turkey. Whether you want to merely browse for a cultural experience, or spend money on the most famous things to buy in Turkey, the lure is too much. We have a few suggestions on the most popular items, but before we list them, let's talk about haggling on expensive items, which is a Turkish tradition.

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Ramadan (also called Ramazan) will begin in Turkey on June the 6th 2016 and last until July the 4th during which dedicated followers of Islam will fast from morning to night. This religious time happens all across the world and many people often ask me, if it will affect their travel plans and if they should make alternative arrangements.

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Being a foreigner in a country and visiting only the museums, the parks, and the restaurants and diving into daily life and the transport problems in addition to not being able to find the customary goods in the markets are completely different things. so, when you decide to live in Istanbul, you will most probably find an environment which is very different from what you are used to.

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A comparison to living costs in the Europe of a few of the simple items shows only what advantages the Turks enjoy, A litre of petrol while quite expensive, is still about 20 pence more affordable, a pint of beer is just a Euro more affordable. Whilst a can of Coke is more affordable in the Europe, a loaf of bread is significantly less than half the Europe cost at around 20p.

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