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Best Places to See in TurkeyBY: Sathish k Paul | Category: Travel | Submitted: 2010-10-28 18:44:15
Turkey is an amazing place. It is a place that has been called as the Gateway to the Orient. It has a lot of history attached to it and because of the history that the place has, there are also many historical and religious places that can be seen in the country. The natural scenery may not be excellent, but that is made up by the presence of the country between the two seas, the Black Sea and the Mediterranean Sea.
History of Turkey
Turkey was the nerve center of the world after the fall of the Roman Empire. The Roman Empire was dismantled by Constantinople who make Istanbul as his capital and ruled over many of the countries with his might. He was also the person who was mainly instrumental in making the religion of Christians to spread. He started spreading the Gospel that was preached here by people like St. Paul and St.Peter.
Turkey is also home to one of the tallest mountains in the world, Mt.Ararat. This is the place where the ark of Noah is said to have touched land first. This makes Turkey one of the most important places for Christians.
Turkey seems to be right in the middle of Europe and Asia and this is probably the reason for Turkey to be called as the connecting place between the two continents. This makes this place to be a gateway of culture. Turkey has got the essence of both Asia as well as Europe. This has made it into an unique place.
The climate of Turkey is that it can get quite hot. As a person travels to the South, the climate can get warmer and even hotter. Istanbul especially can be very hot. The whole country will become very cold and wet during the winter season, but during the summer season, the climate gets warm and even very hot.
The people of the county are very helpful. They are very friendly and if you are lost or if you need any help, they will go out of their way to help you. The men and women do not cross paths usually in public. Though the country is mainly Muslim, there are also Western culture that has been implemented in some aspect. This can be seen in the fact that though people do not eat Pork, there are places where Alcohol is not banned. This is mainly because of the adoption of the Western culture in certain aspects of life.
There are many international airports and any person who would like to enter the country can do so with one of the many airplane carriers that is available. Inland transport on the other hand, is a different story altogether. It would be best for you to fly from one place to another, if you can afford it. The reason for this is that the travel by vehicles in the road can be dangerous because Turkey has the highest incidence of accidents and once you get on to a cab, you will realize why this happens.
There are various places of interest in the country; a cruise in the many ferries would give a great view of the coast and all the other places of interest. This is one truly amazing place that everyone has to see.
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