Turkish Tea

Turkish Tea

Turkish tea, (Turkish called: çay) is a type of tea that is very popular drink in Turkey. Almost every Turkish people, daily several times drinking tea.

Turkish tea, a form of black tea, is produced on the eastern Black Sea coast, which has a mild climate with high precipitation and fertile soil. The most popular Turkish tea brands are : Çaykur and Doğuş. Within Turkey, the tea is usually known as Rize tea. Virtually all of the tea is produced in the Rize province, a Turkish province on the Black Sea coast.

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Touristic Places in Turkey - Part 1

Oludeniz

Most of the tourists visiting Turkey choose this country for its beautiful beaches. The best beaches of Turkey are located in Aegean and Mediterranean coasts. These beaches are famous for their clean coasts and diamond blue water. Patara, Olympos and Ölüdeniz are well known ones of them. The Butterfly Valley which is near Ölüdeniz Beach is famous for its natural beauty as well as its beach.

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Crossing The Bridge - The Sound Of Istanbul

Crossing The Bridge

Crossing the Bridge: The Sound of Istanbul is a 2005 film/documentary directed by Fatih Akın. The film is a journey through the music scene in modern Istanbul, Turkey as well as portraying its cultural life. It was screened out of competition at the 2005 Cannes Film Festival.

It features German musician Alexander Hacke (member of Einstürzende Neubauten) as the narrator. Hacke and Akın travelled around Istanbul with a mobile recording studio and a microphone, assembling an inspired portrait of Turkish music — from arabesque to indie rock and rap.

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Turkish Delight

Turkish Delight

Turkish delight, which is named Lokum in Turkish, is a kind of candy peculiar to Turkey. Its raw materials are sugar and starch. It is made by boiling a mixture consisting of sugar solution, starch suspension and citric acid. Boiled mixture is cooled until it gets a certain density. Then, it is poured into special moulds inside of which is covered by starch. The starch prevents the mixture sticking to the inner part of the moulds.

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