Zyra's front page //// Places //// Countries of the World //// Site Index

Turkey and Turkish references


Turkey On The Web All Season Tours offers Turkey tours and Vacation, Guaranteed departure, Religious Tours, Gulet cruise, Europe Cities & Sights, Hotels in Istanbul and Izmir, Blue Cruise, Turkish Escorted vacation and Guides, information, ASTA, IATA and Budget and luxury holidays. - http://www.turkeyontheweb.com

Oguz Kagan Aslan - was http://www.oguzkaganaslan.com/ - has been taken over by cybersquatters! Bad news!

The ancient city of Ephesus can be seen at Ephesus Guide, with numerous 3D panoramic images.

http://home.epix.net/~maywrite/ - historical mysteries that are set in and around the 6th century Constantinople court of Emperor Justinian I

Turkish Towels - available!Thomas Cook - Turkey

Holiday Mate - for Turkish Breaks!

Turkish Delight - a delicious delicacy

Turkey Holiday Destination - picture by Thomas Cook

True, it is a country, which folks in the west call "Turkey" That's the same word that's used for a type of bird which is popularly eaten at Xmas, Thanksgiving, etc. But what do people in Turkey (the country) call the bird that's called "turkey"? Answer: "The American Bird"! Seriously, I'm not making this up. (Purists may note that The American Bird is not exactly a turkey, but there are similarities).

If you'd like to visit Turkey and see how the country is coping with becoming a modern progressive place (and joining Europe) while still keeping the best of its exotic traditional cultural aspects, there are some handy travel contacts here too.

If you've got some Turkish souvenirs with "Constantinople" on them, they are of antiquity value, as the city is now called Istanbul.