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1037 - 1453 - 1923 - 1927...

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545 AD - The First Mention 0f Turks

721 AD - First Written Records In Old Turkic Lang

921 AD - Turks Accept Islam

1037-1109 - Turkish Empire 0f The Great Selcuks

1288 - Foundation 0f Ottoman State By Osman

1453 - Conquest 0f Constantinople

1520-1566 - Reign 0f Sultan Süleyman

1923 - Proclamation 0f Turkish Republic

1927 - British/French Defeated In Gallipoli

1999 - PKK Leader Abdullah Ocalan Captured

Kelkitli Yavuz

Melbourne, Australia

#63 Sep 3, 2012
aldirmadan zokun zokun zokun ermenilere.

Since: Jun 10

Earth

#64 Sep 4, 2012
armenian jokes english In PPD Software
fun TURKISH facts

Coburg, Australia

#66 Sep 5, 2012
Fun & Interesting Facts about Turkey
Turkey is officially known as the ‘Republic of Turkey’.
Turkey is a democratic, secular, unitary and constitutional republic.
The Republic of Turkey was founded on October 29, 1923, under the leadership of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk.
Turkey is a member of the Council of Europe (1949), NATO (1952), OECD (1961), OSCE (1973) and the G20 industrial nations (1999).
Turkey became an associate member of European Union 1963 and reached a customs union agreement in 1995.
The capital of Turkey is Ankara, while its largest city is Istanbul.
The major religion of Turkey is Islam, while its official language is Turkish. Kurdish, Dimli and Azeri are also spoken in the country.
The monetary unit of Turkey is New Turkish lira.
The part of Turkey in Europe is called ‘Thrace’, while the part in Asia is called ‘Anatolia’.
The highest peak in Turkey is Mount Agri (5,166 m). It is also said to be the place where Noah's Ark came to rest.
The largest lake in Turkey is Lake Van.
Anatolia, the part of Turkey that is in Asia, was settled by Ionians (Greeks from Attica). It houses the Classical Greek Ionic column.
The Temple of Artemis (Diana), one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, was in Ephesus.
The Mausoleum at Halicarnassus, in southwestern Turkey, was one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.
St Paul (Saul) was born in Tarsus, situated to the east of Mersin.
Istanbul, initially Constantinople, was the capital of the Byzantine Empire and the Ottoman Empire.
St. Peter’s Church, situated in Antioch (Antakya)- Turkey, is the first church built by man.
St. Nicholas was born in Demre, on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey.
It were the Turks who introduced coffee to Europe.
Istanbul is the only city in the world that is spread over two continents.
Cherry was first introduced to Europe from Giresun (Northern Turkey).
All the ‘Seven Churches’ of Apocalypse are situated in the Aegean region of Anatolia, namely Ephesus, Smyrna (Izmir), Pergamum, Thyatira (Nazilli), Sardis, Philadelphia (Alasehir) and Laodicea.
The oldest known human settlement is in Catalhoyuk, Turkey (dating back to 7th millennium BC).
It was in ancient Anatolia that writing was first used by people.
The oldest tin mine in the world has been found in Göltepe, 60 miles to the south of Tarsus.
Turkey is the only secular Muslim country amongst all the Muslim countries in the world.
Turkey is one of the few countries in the world that is agriculturally self-sufficient.
There are approximately 9,000 species of flowers in Turkey, out of which 3,000 are native.

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falan filan

Portland, OR

#67 Sep 5, 2012
falan 545 AD - The First Mention 0f Turks filan
falan filan

Portland, OR

#68 Sep 14, 2012
falan 721 AD - First Written Records In Old Turkic Lang filaan

Since: Jun 10

Earth

#69 Sep 19, 2012
A Greek walks into a bar, goes to the counter and says to the barman,‘Have you seen my brother?’ The barman says,‘I don’t know. What does he look like?’
Bernard

Balzan, Malta

#70 Sep 27, 2012
Cosmic Storm wrote:
armenian jokes english In PPD Software
Where?
Kelkitli Yavuz

Melbourne, Australia

#71 Oct 1, 2012
sokarim ulen hayvan ermeni gotunuze sizin
baby jesus

Brazil

#72 Oct 1, 2012
Urgod.
Agro Ali

Melbourne, Australia

#73 Oct 2, 2012
im baaaaack toscrew all the armans lol
Okkesoglu

Bulgaria

#74 Oct 8, 2012
Cosmic Storm wrote:
A Greek walks into a bar, goes to the counter and says to the barman,‘Have you seen my brother?’ The barman says,‘I don’t know. What does he look like?’
Big brother.

Since: Jun 10

Earth

#75 Oct 16, 2012
There is an American, an Englishman and an Iraqi in a bar drinking beer.

The American breaks the glass and says: "We are so rich in America we dont care to drink from the same glass twice."

Then the Englishman takes his gun out and shoots his glass and says: "We have so much sand in England, that we dont care to drnk from the same glass twice."

Then the Iraqi, takes his gun out shoots the American and the Englihman and says: "We have so many American and English in our country, that we do not care to drink with the same people TWICE."
Kelkitli Yavuz

Melbourne, Australia

#76 Oct 28, 2012
sikdimin kalles ermenisi
deXter

Kansas City, MO

#77 Nov 5, 2012
Armenia is terrorists nest.
more facts 4u

Coburg, Australia

#78 Nov 8, 2012
More than two-thirds of Turkey's borders are coastline, these stretch for fully 6,000 km (3,730 miles) along the Aegean, eastern Mediterranean and Black Sea.

Turkey is one of the riches countries in species of flowers due to its varied landscape and climate. There are approximately 9,000 species of which 3,000 are native. In Europe there are only 11,500 species.@@@@@@
ASALA ANKARA 1982

Epping, Australia

#79 Nov 8, 2012
in all those dates you forgot to mention 1915 as the date were your government committed a organised well orchestrated genocide on the Armenian population of the ottoman empire were 1.5 million innocent souls lost there lives.

Since: Jun 10

Earth

#80 Nov 11, 2012
May the French ulcer love you and the Lord hate you.
Arabian curse

France was a long despotism tempered by epigrams.
Thomas Carlyle
Okkeshoglu

Bulgaria

#81 Dec 1, 2012
Cosmic Storm wrote:
May the French ulcer love you and the Lord hate you.
Arabian curse
France was a long despotism tempered by epigrams.
Thomas Carlyle
Arabs curse everybody.
el salvador

Istanbul, Turkey

#82 Dec 2, 2012
There is a mistake in date!!
1927(1915)- British/French Defeated In Gallipoli

Since: Jun 10

Earth

#83 Dec 17, 2012
Q: Where does Moshe hide money from his wife Sadie?
A: Under the vacuum cleaner

Q: Did you hear about the Jewish Mother cash machine?
A: When you take out some money, it says to you, what did you do with the last $50 I gave you?

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