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Turkey Information

Turkey welcomes you
Another useful web site by the Turkish Ministry of Tourism.

Turkish Embassy in Washington
Web site of the Turkish Embassy in Washington. This site has a rich content, covers many topics about Turkey and the Turkish culture.

CIA Turkey Factbook
Detailed information about Turkey, from CIA's world factbook.

Guide to Turkey
Turkey traveler's guide by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism.

Property in Turkey
Consultancy, advice and options on housing in Turkey.

All About Turkey
On this site Burak Sansal, experienced professional tour guide, introduce Turkey's history, tourist sites, regions, culture and religion.

About Turkey
Hundreds of information pages and photos about Turkey: Touristic Informations, Commercial and non-commercial sites, Information about Turkish cuisine and many other useful informatons

Property In Turkey
The Turkish Property People are a UK bassed specialist consultancy ofering villas and apartments built by the regions premierc construction companies who have a first class reputation for both the quality of their work and thier customer care.

Turkish Parasol Homes. co. uk
Altinkum Estate Agency providing information and advice on buying holiday home and investment property in Turkey

Villas in Bodrum
A new development in Bodrum, Turkey by an award winning UK developer.




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Turkish lesson by admin
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Numbers

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Özledim Seni...
(Missed You...)

Poem by Can Yücel
Story Past Tense

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Level: intermediate
Date and Time

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Pool Pool

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Korkuyorum
(I am Afraid)

Poem by Unknown
Canım Seninle Olmak İstiyor
(I Want to Be with You)

Poem by Zuhal Olcay
Seviyorum Seni
(I Love You)

Poem by Nazım Hikmet
Seni Düşünmek
(Thinking of You)

Poem by Nazım Hikmet