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Transcript: The Republic of Turkey HFT 2080 Chloe Davis, Lucy Savill, Esther Quilon, Alex McHugh, Dylan Black, Garret Kildron, Marcus Wilson, & Jordyn Erickson Geography Maps Turkey is a large peninsula that bridges the continents of Europe and Asia. Turkey is surrounded on three sides by the Black Sea, the Mediterranean Sea, and the Aegean Sea. Istanbul, the largest city in Turkey, is built on land in the Bosporus seaway. World Map Continent Map Country Map History A Brief History of Turkey Turkey Fast Facts Quick Facts Capital: Ankara Main Cities: Istanbul, Ankara, Izmire, Gaziantep, Adana Population: 85 million Size: 783,562 sq km (302,535 sq miles) The Turkish Flag The current Turkish national flag was derived from the Ottoman version & finalized with the Turkish Flag Law of 1936. There are several legends about the origins of the flags design! The Turkish Flag 1 2 3 4 5 Major Turkish Wars Major Wars Great Turkish War (1683 - 1699) Also known as the Wars of the Holy League. The Ottoman Empire lost large amounts of land for the first time in their history. World War I (1914-1918) The Ottoman Empire sided with the Central Powers. Their defeat was a crucial step in the dissolution of the empire in 1922. Turkish War of Independence (May 19, 1919 - October 11, 1922) Can be broken up into the following wars: Civil War (Ottomans vs Nationalists) Greco-Turkish War Franko-Turkish War Turkish-Armenian War Historical Monuments Major Monuments Turkey is rich in both religious and cultural history. It holds many breath-taking historical monuments, some of which date back to the very beginnings of history and religion. Here are some of the most popular historical monuments in Turkey! Hagia Sophia Holy Grand Mosque Regarded as one of the most beautiful Mosques in the world, its history dates back to the 6th century. Located in the Fatih district of Istanbul. 1 Ephesus The Ephesus is known for its incredible Roman architecture. It dates back to about the 10th century BC, and is one of the most well preserved Roman cities from the Roman golden age. Located near the western shores of Turkey (a nine hour bus ride from Istanbul) 2 Göbekli Tepe Discovered in the 1990's. When found, it completely changed how archaeologists saw the ancient world. These ruins are about 12,000 years old, making them the oldest place of worship ever discovered. Located in the Sanliurfa city of southeastern Turkey. The best travel method is a 1 hour and 45 minute plane ride. 3 Topkapı Palace Built in the 15th century, Topkapı Palace was the home of Ottoman Sultans (members of the royal Ottoman family). It is now a museum that represents one of Turkeys most powerful eras. Located east of the Fatih district of Istanbul in Turkey. 4 Turkish Culture Turkey has a very diverse culture accumulated over the centuries as a result of successive civilizations, it is a mixture of different elements of the Oguz of Anatolia, and Ottoman which came after the Greeks and Romanians. Today Turkish culture is a mix of traditional Islamic culture and modern Western culture. This mix originally began as a result of the meeting of the Turks and their culture with those people on their way during the migration from Central Asia to the West. Culture The Turkish language is the official language of the state. Let's practice some common Turkish phrases! Language Almak Al + di + m = Aldim Grammar Example Religion Religion Turkey is a secular country, but it has a very large Muslim population. The military and government work diligently to keep the country secular. Over 90% of the population is Sunni Muslim. The remaining 10% belong to other Muslim sects, along with some Christians and Jews. Even if a Turk is not Muslim, they are very familiar with the practices. Turkey celebrates a lot more national and cultural festivals than religious holidays. This is probably due to the fact that the country is secular. Dining in Turkey Food Turkish people love to eat out - especially when they are enjoying their own cuisine. See some of the best foods Turkey has to offer in the video below! Meals in Turkey Meals Kahvaltı (breakfast): Usually eaten at home or in a hotel, although böreks (sweet or savoury filled pastries) and simits (sesame-encrusted bread rings) are popular eat-on-the-run alternatives. Ögle yemeği (lunch): Usually eaten at a cafe, lokanta (eatery serving ready-made food) or fast-food stand around noon. Akşam yemeği (dinner): The main meal of the day, eaten with family and/or friends around 6pm in rural areas and 7.30pm to 8pm in cities. Türk Kahve A thick and powerful brew, Türk kahve (Turkish coffee) is usually consumed in a couple of short sips. Order based on how sweet you would like the drink: çok şekerli means (very sweet) orta şekerli (middling) az şekerli (slightly sweet) şekersiz or sade (not at all) Don't drink the grounds at the bottom of the cup - get your fortune read with them! Coffee Turkish Dress Dress Women's Attire Women Women’s attire consists of baggy trousers Men's

Turkey Presentation

Transcript: Business In Turkey Agenda Flights Capital City & Population Language Addressing people Business Dressing Entertaining Appointments & Meetings Gift giving Interesting Facts Closing a Deal Ankara Flights Cheapest Flight Airline:Air Canada Departure Time:8:55pm Arrival Time:11:05pm Turkey has a growing population of 74,815,703 Location Languages: Turkish,Kurdish, Arabic,Armenian, Greek How to address Business people When meeting shake hands firmly. Friends and relations would greet each other with either one or two kisses on the cheek. When meeting someone for the first time Turkish people tend to address people by ‘Mr’ or ‘Mrs’ followed by their first name. Dressing for Business Business dress is conservative. You will be expected to wear a suit and tie.Women should wear smart professional outfits. Arranging appointments & meetings avoid arranging meetings during the month of Ramadon Also avoid the months of July & August because that is the time they have their holidays. Appropriate\Inappropriate conversation topics avoid bringing up political conversations When talking to a person always have eye contact dont back away from the person you are speaking to keep close to them, it's rude to not stand close to them while talking. Gift Giving ! Turkish people like gifts from other countries. Some Turkish people drink and some don't be 100% they drink before buying them any alcohol If you are invited to their home, then you must bring a gift, they mostly perfer the sweets "Baklava" Entertaining Turkish people enjoy going out for dinner, they feel relaxed and can open up conversations easily The host always pays for the meal. Business Cards business cards are exchanged with formal ritual Use both hands when exchanging business cards Have one side of your business card translated into Turkish. Interesting Facts ! Turkish people introduced coffee to Europe. Closing a Deal They prefer to do business with those they know and respect, therefore spend time establishing a personal relationship. Being polite and respectful is a must when dealing with business Its extremely rude to get straight to the point in business, you must take things slow and get to know the person better Decision making is slow in turkey because they feel they need to know you very well to start a business Thanks for watching!! Flight Price:1,475 The oldest Chuch built by men was in Turkey Ephesus and Halicarnasus (the place for the two of the Seven Wonders of the ancient world) are in Turkey. Most men love talking about sports and soccer. Ask about their family. 20hrs 10min - 1 Stop Ask about their history and culture. Turkish coffee or tea will be served at the end of every meal It is important to schedule business appointments in advance to ensure that you avoid Turkish holidays

Turkey presentation

Transcript: Ankara is the capital of Turkey. Almost 6 million people are living in Ankara. Turkey is a transcontinental country, located mostly on Anatolia in Western Asia and on East Thrace in Southeastern Europe. Turkey is bordered by eight countries: - Bulgaria - Iran - Greece - Azerbaijani - Georgia - Iraq - Armenia - Syria Lahmacun Historical Places Black Sea Traditional Meals History of TURKEY The Mediterranean Sea is to the south; the Aegean Sea is to the west; and the Black Sea is to the north. The Sea of Marmara, the Bosphorus and the Dardanelles demarcate the boundary between Thrace and Anatolia; they also separate Europe and Asia. Turkey's location at the crossroads of Europe and Asia makes it a country of significant geostrategic importance. Kadayıf Special Foods and Drinks of TURKEY TURKEY Istanbul is the largest city of Turkey. Approximately, 14 million people are living in Istanbul. There are a lot of historical buildings, museums, parks and shopping centers. Also it is connecting Asia and Europe. Turkish Kebabs Türk Lokumu Döner Sis Kebap Drinks Ankara Istanbul Izmir Bursa Konya The Rumeli Fortress Marmaris YSS Bridge - Historical Places - Seaside Resorts - Natural Parks In 2017, Turkey attracted more than 32.4 million foreign tourists. Most popular seaside places: - Bodrum - Marmaris - Antalya Sütlaç içli köfte Mediterranean Sea Kemer Historical Places Yaprak Sarma Most Important Cities Presenter : Muhammet Pazar Em4c Ayran Baklava Basilica Cistern Sea of Marmara There are so much kind of dishes in Turkish kitchen. Most important dishes are: - Kebabs - Special Deserts - Traditional Meals - Drinks 1400 m FSM Bridge Deserts The Republic of Turkey was created after the overthrow of Sultan Mehmet VI Vahdettin by the new Republican Parliament in 1922. It was declareted as Republic in 1923. Turkey is a democratic, secular, unitary, constitutional republic with a diverse cultural heritage. TURKEY Turkish Kebabs ISTANBUL ANKARA Antalya Galata Kulesi Adana Kebap Capital City: Ankara Largest City: Istanbul Population (2018) : 80,810,525 Area: 783,562 km2 Official Language: Turkish Currency: Turkish Lira Calling code: +90 Turkey consists of 81 provinces and 7 districts Dikilitas Traditional Meals istiklal caddesi Bridges in ISTANBUL Location of TURKEY Tourism in TURKEY Deserts Haiga Sophia Karnıyarık Serbet Republic of TURKEY Bosphorus Bridge Bodrum iskender kebap Historical Places Blue Mosque Aegean Sea

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