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Nazar Boncuğu
Nazar Boncuğu
Nazar Boncuğu is traditional Turkish talisman, usually made of glass, in many stiles, from simple to ornate. There is belief between Turkish people that it absorbs bad energy coming from evil eyes.

No tourist leaves Turkey without this charming souvenir.
(Location: Alanya)
Uploaded by slavica on 1/19/2007, viewed 10580 times.

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