Category Archives: Tradition

The Eshab-ı Kehf Cave

Tarsus district of Mersin is a very old township. Archaeological excavations show that the history of the city dates back to 7000 BC. The district, which was the center of Cilician civilization, hosted many civilizations. Despite its historical importance from Byzantium to Rome, the city does not stand out with this aspect. Tarsus has an […]

History of The Cane

Throughout the historical process, different types of canes have become the symbol of the status of different cultures, both between daily needs and within social norms. A luxury symbol in the history In ancient Egypt, the canes that were banned to slaves, only free people were allowed to carry, were between 90 cm and 180 […]

At the heart of Istanbul, Hagia Sophia

Hagia Sophia is great architectural beauty and an important monument both for Byzantine and for Ottoman Empires. Once a church, later a mosque, and now a museum at the Turkish Republic, Hagia Sophia has always been the precious of its time. Hagia Sophia is located in Istanbul Turkey. It is in the European part of the city in Sultanahmet area […]

Halvah

Halvah, in Turkey, and many Middle East countries is a common dessert. Halvah (Halva, Helva) has many varieties in many different countries. Also, it is known as amine soup. Last comes at dinner. Flour halva and semolina halvah are common in Turkish cuisine. Its main ingredients are flour or semolina, oil, sugar, milk, cream. Semolina […]

The Beautiful District Pamukkale

Pamukkale has been an intersection point of important cultures since ancient times and is famous for its healing hot springs. Also, this district, famous for its thermal waters containing calcium oxide, is one of the few natural areas in the world. The ancient city called Hierapolis, which is intertwined with Pamukkale, was named after Hiera, […]

Hot Spring

The hot springs are baths built on hot, healing waters that boil underground to the earth. The hot spring, which is considered as health tourism today, contains mineralized thermal waters and muds contained in these waters; it is a curing application that is used with bath, drinking, and respiratory tract and then combined with various […]

What Are the Benefits of Sumac?

The fruit of the sumac plant is reddish, sour. After drying with appropriate methods, table salt and ground are ground and “sumac” is obtained as a spice. It is especially preferred because it reduces the smell in onion salads. In studies, it has been observed that it has antioxidant properties like lemon. At the same […]

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