Turkey". This site is for
friends of Turkey in the first place, for them
to share everything in here
with their friends
all over the world and
or future friends and lovers of Turkey who
we strongly hope will visit this paradise
country at one stage of their lives. We hope it
will serve the purpose of promoting Turkey by
showing beautiful videos of historical places
and tourism resorts from all over the country..
and it is a great pleasure and honor for us
to give the people of our globe the
opportunity to have Turkey and her beauties
within a click-reach distance. and please, "DO
VISIT US" AGAIN & AGAIN because each time
you do, you are very likely to find new videos
uploaded. Pls also write to us if you would like
to see videos of a specific place or event and
we will do our best to put them here for
the prominent statesmen of the 20th century, few have articulated the supreme importance of culture as did Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, founder of the Turkish Republic, who stated: "Culture is the foundation of the Turkish Republic."
BODRUM is a
Turkish port in Mugla Province. It is on the
Bodrum Peninsula near the northwest entrance
to the Gulf of Gökova, and faces the Greek
island of Kos. Today, it is a center of
tourism and yachting. It is the ancient
Halicarnassus of Caria, renowned for the
Our Window - Mustafa Hunca
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