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History of Turkish Çini Art

History of Turkish Ceramics Cini Art

History of Turkish Ceramics (Çini, Tile Art) History Turkish Ceramics Çini Art Decoration in Çini Art Traditional Kütahya Ware Conclusions Çini is a kind of ornamentation art, mostly a mixture of architectural ornaments, daily use items or objects for decoration purposes. They are shaped objects from mud which is usually kaolin, quartz, clay and feldspar […]

Turkish Coffee Reading: Introduction to Turkish Coffee Fortune Telling

Turkish Coffee Fortune Telling

Turkish Coffee fortune telling that has been used as a method of prophecy has some ground rules. Those rules are not written in books, and can’t be learned by reading scholarly articles. The best way to learn how to read a fortune is by our mothers, our aunts. If you’re wondering how to read Turkish […]

7 Benefits of Copper Cups

Benefits Copper Cups

First, let’s talk about the definition of ayurveda, which will be one of the themes of this article. Ayurveda’s origin point is India, a 5,000-year-old natural healing system based on Vedic culture. The ayurvedic system is a lifestyle that includes aromatherapy and sports activities which will increase our consciousness, boost health, delay aging, increase our […]

Where Can I Buy Turkish Towels?

Buy Turkish Towels

A Turkish towel is a towel made in Turkey on looms with Turkish cotton. Turkish towels were invented in the 17th century in Bursa, Turkey. They also can be called Turkish peshtemal bath towels, pestemals, and hammams. Now you know what a Turkish towel is, and you know that the secret to a Turkish towel’s absorbency is thanks […]

Kilim History

Kilim History

Many motifs are used in traditional kilims, each with many variations. In Turkish Anatolia in particular, women wove themes significant for their lives into their rugs, whether before marriage or during married life. Some motifs represent desires, such as for happiness and children; others, for protection against threats such as wolves and scorpions, or against […]

Turkish Dolma, Yaprak Sarma and Meatball Machine

Dolma Machine

Rolling Machine for Stuffed Grape Leaf. Turkish Dolma, Yaprak Sarma Machine. Practical, stuffed winding machine. Now very easy to roll the grape leaves and quick! How to use Turkish Dolma Machine Instructions: Depending on the thickness required, adjust the lever to 1, 2, or 3. Level 3 = Thinnest. Place the roller on a flat […]

Turkish Health & Beauty Products

Turkish Health Beauty

Dalan Antique Olive Oil Soap Dalan Antique 100% pure Olive Oil soap for 70 years Dalan Antique, 100% pure olive oil soap, is an indispensable natural beauty remedy of Turkish bath culture. It is continues to be produced with traditional handmade methods for 70 years. 100% Natural, from 100% Aegean olive Dalan Antique is made […]

Turkish Food & Baverages

Turkish Foods - Baverages

Turkish Tea by CAYKUR | Earl Grey, Green, Organic, Black Tea ÇAYKUR is the leading tea producer of Turkey and is state owned. With plantations in the northeastern city of Rize by the Black sea coast, Caykur tea produces more than half of all Turkish tea consumed in Turkey, which is the highest per capital in […]

Centuries Years Old Ottoman Tradition: What Is Peshtemal?

What Is Peshtemal

Peshtemal, which is one of the indispensable parts of Turkish culture, is a piece of cloth that we often see in Turkish baths and spa centers. These worldwide famous clothes that date back to the Ottoman Empire period are among the most popular items that attract the attention of tourists visiting Turkey. There are many […]

False Facts About Turkish Coffee

False Facts About Turkish Coffee

Özdemir Pasha, the governor of Yemen, loves the coffee he drinks for the first time in his life and brings it to Istanbul in 1543. Yemen coffee meets the Turkish culture and a new coffee, which is delicious, tasty, foamy, and known as Turkish Coffee emerges. Turkish people love the Turkish coffee a lot, internalizes […]