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ISTANBUL GUIDE
Submitted by ISTANBULGUIDE on 2011-01-19 17:30:59 (via www.ourexplorer.com)
Not only working for the international cruise lines as an offical-licenced local guide in istanbul but also taking private excursions for the explorers like you is a source of joy to me since 2001

thank you for time and consideration
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love&peace
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Mt. Ararat - eastern Anatolia
Submitted by futtrup on 2010-09-28 15:24:56 (via www.futtrup.name)
Trek to the peak of 5137 m Ararat mountain in eastern Anatolia. Ararat is one of the most beautiful mountains in the world. Free standing and cone shaped. A marvel.
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Sweating, Massages and Relaxing in Turkish Bath -Hammam-
Submitted by Anonymous on 2010-07-10 06:48:19 (via turkeyculture.org)
Information about Turkish steam bath.
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Sumela Manastiri
Submitted by mango61 on 2010-05-18 08:49:37 (via www.sumelascamping.com)
The Sümela Monastery (Greek: Turkish: Sümela Manastr) stands at the foot of a steep cliff facing the Altındere valley in the region of Maçka in Trabzon Province, Turkey. hotel:lux, quality, confortable TRABZON MEYDAN CICEK PANSIYON
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Cappadocia: underground cities and cave churches
Submitted by ManjaB on 2010-02-19 02:42:24 (via www.off-the-beaten-track.net)
A trip to a part of Anatolia that was shaped by volcanic eruptions, millions of years ago, and erosion. The results are stunning: bizarre tuff formations, cave dwellings and complete underground cities. With lots of pictures.   More...
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OUT Turkey Active
Submitted by Intrepidtravel on 2008-10-20 14:53:50 (via www.intrepidtravel.com)
Snorkel in Anzac Cove, Tread the sorrowful soil at Gallipoli, Cycle through lush scenery around Kas, Hike along the ancient Lycian Way, Kayak over a sunken city, Walk among frozen waterfalls, Bathe in ancient thermal springs
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Travelogue Istanbul
Submitted by Erhard on 2008-09-07 08:43:57 (via www.vivien-und-erhard.de)
Informations and impressions from our trip to Istanbul including photos from Bosphorus, Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia Museum, and more   More...
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The Turkish Male and the Subservient Woman
Submitted by ieuandolby on 2008-07-16 10:03:27 (via seamania.blogspot.com)
In Turkey the one thing that Christians and Muslims have in common is that the woman remains subservient. From a stool in a bar in Pendik, Istanbul it dawned on me that the day that women are allowed in bars will be the day that trouble starts to brew!   More...
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A long walk to Istanbul
Submitted by ieuandolby on 2008-07-16 10:00:17 (via seamania.blogspot.com)
Turkey somehow manages to combine religious divide to the extent that all live in harmony! As I set off on a 17 KM trek to Istanbul I saw life, not as a tourist but as an accepted observer to a society that could show Europe plenty on how to live without constant squabling!   More...
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Lycia: Sailing through the Centuries
Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-08-02 13:39:27 (via www.petersommer.com)
A feature exploring ancient Lycia in southern Turkey - its archaeology, history, and spectacular landscapes. A look at travelling by gulet along this craggy steep shore riddled with Greek and Roman cities.
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