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Created by Pro Turkish Blogger on Sep 24, 2012

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Turkey Joined The NATO in 1952

There Are 4 Million Armenians Working In Turkey

The Official Language Is Turkish

Turkish Soap Operas Are Huge

Turks Are Extremely Hospitable

Turkish Population:72,927,000

Currency - Turkish Lira

Life Expectancy - 69

Literacy Percent - 87

Turkey Joined The UN in 1945

Since: Jun 10

Earth

#21 Nov 1, 2012
Riddle
What`s the difference between kosher dietary laws, and women?
You can understand women
iste liste

Portland, OR

#22 Nov 3, 2012
iste Turkish Soap Operas Are Huge listee
AFG Thug

Australia

#23 Nov 13, 2012
Keep on reading.

Since: Dec 11

Istanbul, Turkey

#24 Nov 13, 2012
AFG Thug wrote:
Keep on reading.
An excellent advice.
Top Ten Did you know

Brunswick, Australia

#25 Nov 19, 2012
Top Ten " Did you know ? "

1 - Mt. Ararat (Noah's Ark) is in Turkey.

2 - First Coinage in history was invented by the
Lydians in the 7th C BC, in Asia Minor.

3 - St. Nichola known as Santa Claus, was born
and lived as bishop of Myra (Kale) in Turkey.

4 - Turkish women received the rights to vote
and to be elected to office in 1934 = earlier than
Swiss, Greek, Italian and French women.

5 - St. Paul was born in Tarsus, southern part
of Turkey and undertook most of his missionary
journeys in Anatolia (Asia Minor).

6 - The Seven Churches of Revelation are all
located in Turkey; Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamum,
Thyatira, Sardis, Philadelpia and Laodicea.

7 - Turkey is the largest producer of hazelnuts
in the world.

8 - Turkey uses the Latin Alphabet and Gregorian
Calendar.

9 - Tulips were introduced to Holland from
Anatolia by Ogier Ghiselinde Busbecq. He was
the ambassador of Charles V to Suleyman the
Magnificient in 1554.

10 - Two of the seven wonders of the world are
in Turkey;

- The Temple of Artemis at Ephesus
- The Mausoleum at Halicarnasus - Bodrum
Boy Jesus

Brazil

#26 Nov 19, 2012
Icmiser.
tif4u

Brunswick, Australia

#27 Nov 27, 2012
Istanbul does not have a primary urban park, unlike other large cities, but it does have a number of green areas. Gülhane Park and Yıldız Park were originally included within the grounds of two of Istanbul`s palaces—Topkapı Palace and Yıldız Palace—but they were repurposed as public parks in the early decades of the Turkish Republic
trythisforsize

Brunswick, Australia

#28 Dec 12, 2012
Part of Turkey’s south western shore was a wedding gift from Mark Antony to Cleopatra.* The famous Trojan Wars took place in western Turkey, around the site where a wooden model of the Trojan Horse has been erected at the site.* Alexander the Great conquered a large territory in what is now Turkey and cut the Gordion Knot in the Phrygian capital (Gordium) not far from Turkey's present-day capital (Ankara).

* 0ne of the seven wonders, The Temple of Artemis at Ephesus (today only base ruins remained in Selcuk, Izmir)* One of the seven wonders, The Mausoleum at Halicarnassus today only base ruins remained in Bodrum, Mugla.
ASALA ANKARA 1982

Rydalmere, Australia

#29 Dec 12, 2012
Top Ten Did you know wrote:
Top Ten " Did you know ? "
1 - Mt. Ararat (Noah's Ark) is in Turkey.
2 - First Coinage in history was invented by the
Lydians in the 7th C BC, in Asia Minor.
3 - St. Nichola known as Santa Claus, was born
and lived as bishop of Myra (Kale) in Turkey.
4 - Turkish women received the rights to vote
and to be elected to office in 1934 = earlier than
Swiss, Greek, Italian and French women.
5 - St. Paul was born in Tarsus, southern part
of Turkey and undertook most of his missionary
journeys in Anatolia (Asia Minor).
6 - The Seven Churches of Revelation are all
located in Turkey; Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamum,
Thyatira, Sardis, Philadelpia and Laodicea.
7 - Turkey is the largest producer of hazelnuts
in the world.
8 - Turkey uses the Latin Alphabet and Gregorian
Calendar.
9 - Tulips were introduced to Holland from
Anatolia by Ogier Ghiselinde Busbecq. He was
the ambassador of Charles V to Suleyman the
Magnificient in 1554.
10 - Two of the seven wonders of the world are
in Turkey;
- The Temple of Artemis at Ephesus
- The Mausoleum at Halicarnasus - Bodrum
1 mt ararat is the armenian identity the armenian mountain you stole it ,.. the hall world knows this!!...
2 .Lydians not turks .. and dont say you come from them , your people come from mongolia .
3 st nichola was a saint , a christian ... not muslim .
4 who cares , you still bash your women and rape them ..
5 st paul was not born in turkey , there was no such thing as turkey .. he was born in cilicia , which was an armenian kingdom !!
6. the seven churches are not mosques , and they belonged in greek borders . you stole there lands !
7 largest producer of hazelnuts ? who cares!!
8 . latin came from europe and not turkey so you had no alphabet so you chose to use others .. not that intelligent i might add ..
9 tulips ? who cares .
10 only if derzor was in turkey .. they would have the largest mass grave of murdered people in the world ..

Since: Sep 10

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#30 Jan 4, 2013
Armenian Terrorists at Work in U.S Part1 - YouTube

4 parts
jartjurt

Portland, OR

#31 Jan 4, 2013
jartReally Reading Real Reads...
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Shane

Australia

#32 Feb 1, 2013
Red set go man go.
Drivers seat

Australia

#33 Feb 10, 2013
Lets drive to phil is
Sacma Sapan

Portland, OR

#34 Mar 1, 2013
Really Reading Real Reads...
ssapan

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#35 Mar 27, 2013
Armenian violence, history cannot be ignored, for history is both the cause of Armenian terrorism and its only cure. Armenian terrorism ...

Armenian violence, history cannot be ignored, for history is both the cause of Armenian terrorism and its only cure. Armenian terrorism ...
saka maka

Portland, OR

#36 Mar 27, 2013
Really Reading Real Reads...
makaa
Tayfur

Australia

#37 Apr 8, 2013
Billy wrote:
There are 4 Indians working at McDonalds.
Funny bre.
GCG

Werribee, Australia

#38 Apr 10, 2013
Billy wrote:
There are 4 Indians working at McDonalds.
Ita.
lambroni ardziv

Katy, TX

#39 Apr 10, 2013
Top Ten Did you know wrote:
Top Ten " Did you know ? "
1 - Mt. Ararat (Noah's Ark) is in Turkey.
2 - First Coinage in history was invented by the
Lydians in the 7th C BC, in Asia Minor.
3 - St. Nichola known as Santa Claus, was born
and lived as bishop of Myra (Kale) in Turkey.
4 - Turkish women received the rights to vote
and to be elected to office in 1934 = earlier than
Swiss, Greek, Italian and French women.
5 - St. Paul was born in Tarsus, southern part
of Turkey and undertook most of his missionary
journeys in Anatolia (Asia Minor).
6 - The Seven Churches of Revelation are all
located in Turkey; Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamum,
Thyatira, Sardis, Philadelpia and Laodicea.
7 - Turkey is the largest producer of hazelnuts
in the world.
8 - Turkey uses the Latin Alphabet and Gregorian
Calendar.
9 - Tulips were introduced to Holland from
Anatolia by Ogier Ghiselinde Busbecq. He was
the ambassador of Charles V to Suleyman the
Magnificient in 1554.
10 - Two of the seven wonders of the world are
in Turkey;
- The Temple of Artemis at Ephesus
- The Mausoleum at Halicarnasus - Bodrum
this sounds like a turkish travel advertisement hahaha there was no turkey associated with any one of these items
Can

Australia

#40 Apr 17, 2013
Im voting Turkish Soap Operas Are Huge

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