WAY AWAYDate of publication
Title : A Magical Christmas in Turkey - Istanbul, Cappadocia, and more
Lasting : 1.20.14
Date of publication :
Views : 125.218
Downloaded once : 0
Keşke İstanbul'un dışına çıkıp koylerinide ziyaret etseydiniz Türkiye'nin Ege Akdeniz Marmara iç Anadolu ve Doğu illerinide gezseydiniz çok iyi anlardınız Türkiye'nin nekadar iyi insanlarla dolu olduğunu ve doğa harikası yerlele doludur Anadolu çok şey kaçırıyorsunuz antik kentlerle dolu yerleri var yemek konusunda çok zengindir inanın her defasında gelmek isteyeceksiniz Türkiye'ye
Hello we hope all is well . We have just booked our next Adventure to Turkey . We have just got back from Bulgaria. we are sorry we have took a little while to respond to this video but we have been really busy. Turkey does look great . we have been to Turkey befor but never at Christmas. Thanks for sharing . Kind Regards Sarah and Glenn
kinda unfortunate because Ihlara Valley is really beautiful in the summer.. basically forest in a canyon with a river middle of it lots of fruit trees cool cafes on the river and IN the river you can basically sit in the river bare foot. or on a platform above the river.. tasty food especially gözleme with tea.. i highly suggest you visit Ihlara valley and Göreme in the summer.. up until 10 year i lived close by Ihlara Valley now i live in the Netherlands for about 22 years and everytime i go on vacation to my village in Aksaray/Nevsehir i visit Ihlara Valley..
1:09:00 I hope you two see my comment. After the 11th-12th century Seljukid conquests, the majority of local Byzantine Christians gradually converted to Islam, intermarried with the Oghuz Turkic settlers coming from western Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan via Iran and thus they got Turkicised. However, in the early 20th century, there were still a lot of Orthodox Christians in Cappadocia, about 70% of them spoke Greek and the rest were monolingual with Turkish. During the 1924 population exchange between Greece and Turkey, all of them had to left Cappadocia for Greece. Their houses were repopulated by the Muslim Greek and Turkish immigrants from Greece.
Hey Ashley&Josh, It is always a reall pleasure to follow you anywhere you go your videos are rewording it feels like being intuch with a good friend espcially the tusdedsy tibit videos - as you talked abeut yoursellves . The last videos I saw were trips to Turkey, Berlin nothing since 12.2019 -I looked for more but find nothing but your former videos so did you stop your traveling ? did you stop sending videos ? did I miss something ? Wish you all the best from the heart !!!... It's a plesure to know you. All the best enjoy the beauty of life ! Judy
The grand bazaar you went to does not translate that way in Turkish.. in Turkish it called "Closed Market... No idea why they translated it as Grand Bazaar??? It must be because it is Humongous bazaar... LOL... by the way you should introduce yourselves and tell us where you are from in California... you never told us... lol...
before the christianity and islam we turks have an holiday called "Nardugan" Nardoqan or Narduğan was celebrated by Turks on December 21, the longest night of the year and the night of the winter solstice. On this night, symbolizing old sun, becomes smaller as the days become shorter in the Northern Hemisphere, and dies on December 22, the winter solstice. It is said to be defeated by the dark and evil powers. On December 23 becomes the new sun.
Lady knows how to cheat in Tavla game, her dice are 5x5 she plays 6x6 and man your dice are 3x3 but you think it is 2x2. You can't count your stone actual place as 1 next part calculation starts at 1. I watch you in 1 year while your journey is in Turkey , you come to me as my family :))