Türkİye's Culture (World Culture #5) (Paperback)
T rkiye, /t ɾ.ci.je/, t̪ʰ ɾ.cʰi.je̞] T r‧ki‧ye or the Republic of T rkiye, is a sizable nation at the meeting point of Europe and Asia. Turkish society has been subjected to both Eastern and Western influences because of its geographic location between two continents, from the Eastern Mediterranean and Eastern Europe through Central Asia and the Caucasus. As a result, the culture contains special fusions of religious and secular rituals, as well as traditional and modern customs. In fact, Turks-some of the most secular people in the Islamic world-continue to debate their identity. It is also vital to highlight that there are substantial regional differences in cultural norms, social attitudes, and lifestyles. Localities (rural/urban), regions, social status, nationalities, and educational levels all varied significantly. But in general, a strong sense of national identity unites Turks. Additionally, they share several fundamental cultural principles like a sense of honor, hospitality, and neighborliness. This initiative intends to promote T rkiye's rich history, economy, cultural variety, festivals, food, stunning architecture, well-known locations, and a look at the country's current climate. T rkiye, which has four distinct seasons, is renowned across the world for its breathtaking natural beauty. In addition to skiing in various towns in the mountains, enjoying rafting in the rivers, and engaging in a variety of extreme activities, you may enjoy swimming and water sports in the seas that surround T rkiye. In T rkiye, where there are innumerable beauty that will only amaze you with their scenery, you'll feel as though you're in heaven You can also find distinct cultural features, traditions, beliefs, languages, or dialects in even the smallest Turkish cities, regardless of how few people reside there.