BookExpo America

Do not miss book expo america this may if you would like to
have breakfast with famous actors and their new books in new york city!

An event that reverberates around the world and rivets all
eyes on new books and their authors, North America’s biggest book fair,
BookExpo America, is taking place this year May 24-26 at New York City’s Jacob
K. Javits Center. A different ‘breakfast with writers’ kicks off the morning of
each of the fair’s three days. What’s more, there are some celebrated Hollywood
personalities among the writers taking part. The Children’s Book Writers’
Breakfast on Tuesday, May 24th, for example, is being moderated by Julianne
Moore, author of “Freckleface Strawberry:

Best Friends Forever”. And among the authors being presented
on the morning of Wednesday, the 25th, you may come across Diane Keaton and her
book.

Print media andsocial media under the same roof

Another distinction of this year’s BookExpo

Read More

Goethe

Sb, goethe, goethe.

This is me that absolutely must roned at any reference to
german culture. So let it be mentioned here!

It is true too, let’s face it: There’s nobody quite like
Goethe. The dramas, like ‘Dr. Faustus’ and ‘Gotz von Berlichingen’(The Knight
with the Iron Hand), of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832) are still
performed in theaters today. His poems and novels like The Sorrows of Young
Werther are still printed and even read.

But it is not the works he produced as poet, writer,
theorist and natural scientist that make him such an absolute sine qua non.
With his universality and holistic view of nature, Goethe rose above the
Catholic-Protestant conflict in which Central Europe had been locked since the
16th century and above the debates between clerics and men of the Enlightenment
that were added to it in the 18th century, to become a towering figure who blazed
new paths in German culture. Naturally Goethe did not acco

Read More

Taner Alakus

Prof. Dr. Cicek Derman

Art comes into being when training, effort and patience
interlock. In our traditional arts especially, the purpose of art is not to
produce works but to turn ourselves into a work of art that will enhance our
moral character. If art is made with the joy and ardor of worship, the result
will be magnificent.

Taner Alakus

Art is the spiritual connection between teacher and student.
Just as art is the sultan of the spirit, so the practicing artist must be the
humblest among those spirits. Art is the artist’s own paradise.

Yrd. Doc. Huseyin gunduz

For art lovers and calligraphy buffs, a beautiful
inscription is a beautiful picture. For the artist who creates the work, it
reflects his inner world on paper in lines, shapes, colors and beautiful words.
Calligraphy is a language. It gives rise to a silent communication between people
whether they know that language or not.

Islam Secen

Read More

Italian Pasta

Italians have accorded pasta prominent status in their many
regional cuisines.

One of the first foodstuffs to be manufactured commercially,
pasta is universally popular. No one knows for sure when pasta entered the
cuisines of the world or who invented it. But the Italians can certainly be
credited with developing its manifold varieties and spreading them around the
world. Every form of dough that is rolled thin and cooked on a hot metal
surface can be regarded as a forerunner of pasta.

According to researchers on the subject, it is highly
probable that pasta emerged around the same time in all parts of the world
where flat bread was made. Perceiving as well-nigh miraculous the benefits of
yeast for adding volume to bread made with flour in times when it was almost
impossible to find economical foodstuffs that also kept well, mankind developed
some extraordinary religious rituals revolving around yeast. In her ‘Dictionary
of Ottoman Cuisine’, Priscilla Mary I

Read More

Vegetarians special taste

Special tastes for vegetarians

We also didn’t forget about our vegetarian guests among our
rich menus. Vegetarian meals, containing no animal by products, are being
prepared with fresh ingredients and all plant derived foods. Additionally,
Vegetarian Jain meals, which are prepared according to Jain customs, are also
one of our special meal alternatives.

About star alliance

The Star Alliance network was established in 1997 as the
first truly global airline alliance to offer worldwide reach, recognition and
seamless service to the international traveler. Its acceptance by the market
has been recognized by numerous awards, including the Air Transport World
Market Leadership Award, Best Airline Alliance by both Business Traveler
Magazine and Skytrax. The member airlines are: Adria Airways, Aegean Airlines,

Air Canada, Air China, Air New Zealand, ANA, Asiana Airlines,
Austrian, Bluelbmi, Bmssels Airlines, Continental Airlines, Croatia Airline

Read More

About Ataturk

For more information about the 20th quality convention and its program.

Held since 2007, amberFestival is Turkey’s first festival of electronic an. Organized around a specific theoretical concept every year, amberFestival has as this year’s theme, Next Ecology. For more information about this festival, November 4 to 13:

Making a big splash last year when it screened the award-winning film Logorama, which captured the Oscar for Best Short Animation Film in 2010, the Istanbul Animation Festival is awaiting animated film buffs again November 22 to 27.

Another small festival that manages to attract participants from countries all over the world is the Istanbul Short Film Festival, which also includes an international competition. For more information about this festival that is welcoming short film buffs November 23 to 30:

What they have said about Ataturk

Franklin Delano Roosevelt, U.S. President 1937

“I obtained inf

Read More

Diet

Wednesday

Breakfast Cut 1 boiled egg into four equal parts and season with very little olive oil, a little cumin, a little black pepper and red pepper flakes +1 slice of rye bread and plenty of parsley

Lunch: 1 small plate of pasta with minced meat +1 bowl low-fat yogurt + green salad with a little oil Afternoon: 2 scoops of vanilla or plain ice-cream Dinner: 1 bowl of functional detox soup +1 thin slice of rye bread + plenty of tomato and sliced cucumber Before bed: 1 peach or 1 nectarine

Functional detox soup Cook 5-6 washed fresh asparagus, 2-3 cloves of garlic, 1/2 cauliflower, 1 fresh pearl onion, 1/4 chicken breast in 1/2 cup of chicken stock, without adding oil and blend.

Thursday

Breakfast: 1 glass of fresh juice of a desired fruit +1 slice of cheese +1 slice of whole-wheat bread + plenty of tomatoes and cucumbers

Lunch: 1 bowl of Antioch-style lentils or instant soup with tomatoes or noodles +1 thin slice of wh

Read More

Soup diet

The way to lose weight is to increase the distance between energy intake and energy expenditure. Low-energy soups are more filling as they repress the hunger center. According to nutritionist and diet expert Selahattin Donmez, the soup diet will enable you to lose six kilograms in one month providing prevention against chronic illnesses, preventing dryness of the skin by increasing water in the body, and decreasing tension in the stomach. There is no other type of food offering such high nutritional value and is so filling in one meal. We recommend consuming a variety of healthy salads and the same goes for soups. For 10 years, I have started my afternoon and evening meals with a bowl of soup. Because you eat soup with a spoon and chew, it starts making you feel full in your mouth. And because it coats the stomach lining with a warm wave it prevents acid production in the stomach. It prepares the stomach for the digestion of the rest of the meal.

Does soup have any benefit

Read More

North Koptos

“He turned to the haven, and sailed down, and delayed not in the north of Koptos. When he was come to the place where we fell into the river, he said to his heart: ‘shall I not better turn back again to Koptos that I may lie by them? For, if not, when I go down to Memphis, and the King asks after his children, what shall I say to him? Can I tell him, “I have taken your children to the Thebaid, and killed them, while I remained alive, and I have come to Memphis still alive”?

Then he made them bring him a linen cloth of striped byssus; he made a band, bound the book firmly, and tied it upon him. Na.nefer.ka.ptah then went out of the awning of the royal boat and fell into the river. He cried on Ra; and all those who were on the bank made an outcry, saying: ‘Great woe! Sad woe! Is he lost, that good scribe and able man that has no equal?’

“The royal boat went on, without anyone on earth knowing where Na.nefer.ka.ptah was. It went on to Memphis, and they

Read More

Travel Bulgaria

A temptation to travel Bulgaria to see the Monastery and its unique architecture

Travel Bulgaria – The Rila Monastery – unity of spirituality, culture and nature…

travel bulgaria rila monestery

The Monastery has a unique architecture and takes about 8800 sq.m. When one looks from outside, it resembles a fortress. Due to its 24-metre stone walls, the Monastery has the shape of an irregular pentagon. Once the visitor travel Bulgaria is in, though, they are impressed by its architecture. Impressive arches and colonnades, covered wooden stairs and carved verandas…

St. Ivan of Rila

The hermit St. Ivan of Rila founded the monastery during the rule of Tsar Peter I. It is normal that the monastery bears the hermit’s name. Actually the hermit lived

Read More

Arabian bazaar

A typical Arabian bazaar

Souq Waqif is among the places that represent the city’s cultural and historical aspects.

There are different jewelries, earthenware, silk and spices in this bazaar. In the past, the Bedouin would trade sheep, goat and wool with other materials here. Nowadays, the area is being rearranged aiming for the outlook of a ‘souq’ (bazaar) of the 19th century. Souq Waqif is a typical Arabian bazaar. One can walk along its passages composing of corridors, check out categorized products, spice shops, clothier and gift shops. There are also many restaurants and hookah cafes here. Enjoy drinking tea at the cafes, watch football videos on big screens. Another bazaar that is worth seeing is the Omani Souq, which is located at the Haloul Street. This place is ideal for incense stick and wattle basket shopping. Gold Souq is another bazaar where you can shop for gold and jewelry.

On the trail of Islamic culture

Museum of Islami

Read More

Cold Winter

WHO SAYS WINTER IS COLD?

Here are a few tips for those who keep thinking ‘ about what to wear in these days when winter started to make clear its arrival and summer clothing is laid aside… Do not give up on summer’s warm shades, because this winter will not be as cold as you think!

Comfort is always number one…

Striped pieces, jean vest and jackets, jump suits, baggy trousers… Mango goes for comfort in designs this year. If you want elegance and comfort at the same time, check out these colorful designs. Leopard pattern and colors like yellow, blue, red, beige and black are up this season. Accessories are artsy as usual; complete your creat

Read More

Medicine and Art

How the medicine and the art can be related to each other? The last edition of the magazine “P” which elaborates carefully the topics chosen also carefully, expose the artistic dimension of the medicine joined with the visual examples.

The most ancient documents

The human bones and the surgical instruments found in the illustrations on the walls of the caves and during the diggings show that the practices of medicine are as old as the human history. The reliefs carved in the stones in the old eras, the medical equipment and the illustrated books of the Middle Age have been certainly not created for the sake of art. But these works bring together the medical scientific men and the artists. For example, the most ancient documents

Read More

Ancient Egypt

INTRODUCTION

In determining the development of the short story in Egypt, it is necessary to study the inscriptions on papyri and stone monuments, a process which the archaeologists are better fitted to accomplish than the literary historians, for there appears to have been little development in the form, and the earliest do not differ radically from the later stories, such as the two here included.

The few Egyptian tales that have survived may date back as early as the Thirtieth Century B.C. So far as can be determined, they are indigenously Egyptian, having Egyptian names, backgrounds, and customs. They are not only an invaluable commentary on the lives of the men of those times, but also genuinely moving and interesting stories.

Read More

Bulgaria Private Tours – Kazanlak Tour with rose picking for lovely Dutch people

Twelve happy and lovely Dutch people (six couples and twelve friends) left The Netherlands to visit my beautiful and friendly country, Bulgaria. They also joind one of our Bulgaria Private Tours.

We met on Friday, 20.05, the day of their Bulgaria Private Tours, Kazanlak. They travelled from Plovdiv and I was waiting for them in the village of Tarnichane, at the rose distillery. Some rose picking (well, it wasn’t as early as 5 am – Bulgaria Private Toursthe usual time to start the picking up), good and detailed information about the different oleaginous roses, the process of distilling and making rose oil and rose water, etc. Everything was fine but we missed the usual 10:30 coffee break. Back to our vehicle and off to Kazanlak. We had our coffee in the centre

Read More

BookExpo America

Do not miss book expo america this may if you would like to
have breakfast with famous actors and their new books in new york city!

An event that reverberates around the world and rivets all
eyes on new books and their authors, North America’s biggest book fair,
BookExpo America, is taking place this year May 24-26 at New York City’s Jacob
K. Javits Center. A different ‘breakfast with writers’ kicks off the morning of
each of the fair’s three days. What’s more, there are some celebrated Hollywood
personalities among the writers taking part. The Children’s Book Writers’
Breakfast on Tuesday, May 24th, for example, is being moderated by Julianne
Moore, author of “Freckleface Strawberry:

Best Friends Forever”. And among the authors being presented
on the morning of Wednesday, the 25th, you may come across Diane Keaton and her
book.

Print media andsocial media under the same roof

Another distinction of this year’s BookExpo

Read More

Goethe

Sb, goethe, goethe.

This is me that absolutely must roned at any reference to
german culture. So let it be mentioned here!

It is true too, let’s face it: There’s nobody quite like
Goethe. The dramas, like ‘Dr. Faustus’ and ‘Gotz von Berlichingen’(The Knight
with the Iron Hand), of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832) are still
performed in theaters today. His poems and novels like The Sorrows of Young
Werther are still printed and even read.

But it is not the works he produced as poet, writer,
theorist and natural scientist that make him such an absolute sine qua non.
With his universality and holistic view of nature, Goethe rose above the
Catholic-Protestant conflict in which Central Europe had been locked since the
16th century and above the debates between clerics and men of the Enlightenment
that were added to it in the 18th century, to become a towering figure who blazed
new paths in German culture. Naturally Goethe did not acco

Read More

Taner Alakus

Prof. Dr. Cicek Derman

Art comes into being when training, effort and patience
interlock. In our traditional arts especially, the purpose of art is not to
produce works but to turn ourselves into a work of art that will enhance our
moral character. If art is made with the joy and ardor of worship, the result
will be magnificent.

Taner Alakus

Art is the spiritual connection between teacher and student.
Just as art is the sultan of the spirit, so the practicing artist must be the
humblest among those spirits. Art is the artist’s own paradise.

Yrd. Doc. Huseyin gunduz

For art lovers and calligraphy buffs, a beautiful
inscription is a beautiful picture. For the artist who creates the work, it
reflects his inner world on paper in lines, shapes, colors and beautiful words.
Calligraphy is a language. It gives rise to a silent communication between people
whether they know that language or not.

Islam Secen

Read More

Italian Pasta

Italians have accorded pasta prominent status in their many
regional cuisines.

One of the first foodstuffs to be manufactured commercially,
pasta is universally popular. No one knows for sure when pasta entered the
cuisines of the world or who invented it. But the Italians can certainly be
credited with developing its manifold varieties and spreading them around the
world. Every form of dough that is rolled thin and cooked on a hot metal
surface can be regarded as a forerunner of pasta.

According to researchers on the subject, it is highly
probable that pasta emerged around the same time in all parts of the world
where flat bread was made. Perceiving as well-nigh miraculous the benefits of
yeast for adding volume to bread made with flour in times when it was almost
impossible to find economical foodstuffs that also kept well, mankind developed
some extraordinary religious rituals revolving around yeast. In her ‘Dictionary
of Ottoman Cuisine’, Priscilla Mary I

Read More

Vegetarians special taste

Special tastes for vegetarians

We also didn’t forget about our vegetarian guests among our
rich menus. Vegetarian meals, containing no animal by products, are being
prepared with fresh ingredients and all plant derived foods. Additionally,
Vegetarian Jain meals, which are prepared according to Jain customs, are also
one of our special meal alternatives.

About star alliance

The Star Alliance network was established in 1997 as the
first truly global airline alliance to offer worldwide reach, recognition and
seamless service to the international traveler. Its acceptance by the market
has been recognized by numerous awards, including the Air Transport World
Market Leadership Award, Best Airline Alliance by both Business Traveler
Magazine and Skytrax. The member airlines are: Adria Airways, Aegean Airlines,

Air Canada, Air China, Air New Zealand, ANA, Asiana Airlines,
Austrian, Bluelbmi, Bmssels Airlines, Continental Airlines, Croatia Airline

Read More

About Ataturk

For more information about the 20th quality convention and its program.

Held since 2007, amberFestival is Turkey’s first festival of electronic an. Organized around a specific theoretical concept every year, amberFestival has as this year’s theme, Next Ecology. For more information about this festival, November 4 to 13:

Making a big splash last year when it screened the award-winning film Logorama, which captured the Oscar for Best Short Animation Film in 2010, the Istanbul Animation Festival is awaiting animated film buffs again November 22 to 27.

Another small festival that manages to attract participants from countries all over the world is the Istanbul Short Film Festival, which also includes an international competition. For more information about this festival that is welcoming short film buffs November 23 to 30:

What they have said about Ataturk

Franklin Delano Roosevelt, U.S. President 1937

“I obtained inf

Read More

Diet

Wednesday

Breakfast Cut 1 boiled egg into four equal parts and season with very little olive oil, a little cumin, a little black pepper and red pepper flakes +1 slice of rye bread and plenty of parsley

Lunch: 1 small plate of pasta with minced meat +1 bowl low-fat yogurt + green salad with a little oil Afternoon: 2 scoops of vanilla or plain ice-cream Dinner: 1 bowl of functional detox soup +1 thin slice of rye bread + plenty of tomato and sliced cucumber Before bed: 1 peach or 1 nectarine

Functional detox soup Cook 5-6 washed fresh asparagus, 2-3 cloves of garlic, 1/2 cauliflower, 1 fresh pearl onion, 1/4 chicken breast in 1/2 cup of chicken stock, without adding oil and blend.

Thursday

Breakfast: 1 glass of fresh juice of a desired fruit +1 slice of cheese +1 slice of whole-wheat bread + plenty of tomatoes and cucumbers

Lunch: 1 bowl of Antioch-style lentils or instant soup with tomatoes or noodles +1 thin slice of wh

Read More

Soup diet

The way to lose weight is to increase the distance between energy intake and energy expenditure. Low-energy soups are more filling as they repress the hunger center. According to nutritionist and diet expert Selahattin Donmez, the soup diet will enable you to lose six kilograms in one month providing prevention against chronic illnesses, preventing dryness of the skin by increasing water in the body, and decreasing tension in the stomach. There is no other type of food offering such high nutritional value and is so filling in one meal. We recommend consuming a variety of healthy salads and the same goes for soups. For 10 years, I have started my afternoon and evening meals with a bowl of soup. Because you eat soup with a spoon and chew, it starts making you feel full in your mouth. And because it coats the stomach lining with a warm wave it prevents acid production in the stomach. It prepares the stomach for the digestion of the rest of the meal.

Does soup have any benefit

Read More

North Koptos

“He turned to the haven, and sailed down, and delayed not in the north of Koptos. When he was come to the place where we fell into the river, he said to his heart: ‘shall I not better turn back again to Koptos that I may lie by them? For, if not, when I go down to Memphis, and the King asks after his children, what shall I say to him? Can I tell him, “I have taken your children to the Thebaid, and killed them, while I remained alive, and I have come to Memphis still alive”?

Then he made them bring him a linen cloth of striped byssus; he made a band, bound the book firmly, and tied it upon him. Na.nefer.ka.ptah then went out of the awning of the royal boat and fell into the river. He cried on Ra; and all those who were on the bank made an outcry, saying: ‘Great woe! Sad woe! Is he lost, that good scribe and able man that has no equal?’

“The royal boat went on, without anyone on earth knowing where Na.nefer.ka.ptah was. It went on to Memphis, and they

Read More

Travel Bulgaria

A temptation to travel Bulgaria to see the Monastery and its unique architecture

Travel Bulgaria – The Rila Monastery – unity of spirituality, culture and nature…

travel bulgaria rila monestery

The Monastery has a unique architecture and takes about 8800 sq.m. When one looks from outside, it resembles a fortress. Due to its 24-metre stone walls, the Monastery has the shape of an irregular pentagon. Once the visitor travel Bulgaria is in, though, they are impressed by its architecture. Impressive arches and colonnades, covered wooden stairs and carved verandas…

St. Ivan of Rila

The hermit St. Ivan of Rila founded the monastery during the rule of Tsar Peter I. It is normal that the monastery bears the hermit’s name. Actually the hermit lived

Read More

Arabian bazaar

A typical Arabian bazaar

Souq Waqif is among the places that represent the city’s cultural and historical aspects.

There are different jewelries, earthenware, silk and spices in this bazaar. In the past, the Bedouin would trade sheep, goat and wool with other materials here. Nowadays, the area is being rearranged aiming for the outlook of a ‘souq’ (bazaar) of the 19th century. Souq Waqif is a typical Arabian bazaar. One can walk along its passages composing of corridors, check out categorized products, spice shops, clothier and gift shops. There are also many restaurants and hookah cafes here. Enjoy drinking tea at the cafes, watch football videos on big screens. Another bazaar that is worth seeing is the Omani Souq, which is located at the Haloul Street. This place is ideal for incense stick and wattle basket shopping. Gold Souq is another bazaar where you can shop for gold and jewelry.

On the trail of Islamic culture

Museum of Islami

Read More

Cold Winter

WHO SAYS WINTER IS COLD?

Here are a few tips for those who keep thinking ‘ about what to wear in these days when winter started to make clear its arrival and summer clothing is laid aside… Do not give up on summer’s warm shades, because this winter will not be as cold as you think!

Comfort is always number one…

Striped pieces, jean vest and jackets, jump suits, baggy trousers… Mango goes for comfort in designs this year. If you want elegance and comfort at the same time, check out these colorful designs. Leopard pattern and colors like yellow, blue, red, beige and black are up this season. Accessories are artsy as usual; complete your creat

Read More

Medicine and Art

How the medicine and the art can be related to each other? The last edition of the magazine “P” which elaborates carefully the topics chosen also carefully, expose the artistic dimension of the medicine joined with the visual examples.

The most ancient documents

The human bones and the surgical instruments found in the illustrations on the walls of the caves and during the diggings show that the practices of medicine are as old as the human history. The reliefs carved in the stones in the old eras, the medical equipment and the illustrated books of the Middle Age have been certainly not created for the sake of art. But these works bring together the medical scientific men and the artists. For example, the most ancient documents

Read More

Ancient Egypt

INTRODUCTION

In determining the development of the short story in Egypt, it is necessary to study the inscriptions on papyri and stone monuments, a process which the archaeologists are better fitted to accomplish than the literary historians, for there appears to have been little development in the form, and the earliest do not differ radically from the later stories, such as the two here included.

The few Egyptian tales that have survived may date back as early as the Thirtieth Century B.C. So far as can be determined, they are indigenously Egyptian, having Egyptian names, backgrounds, and customs. They are not only an invaluable commentary on the lives of the men of those times, but also genuinely moving and interesting stories.

Read More

Bulgaria Private Tours – Kazanlak Tour with rose picking for lovely Dutch people

Twelve happy and lovely Dutch people (six couples and twelve friends) left The Netherlands to visit my beautiful and friendly country, Bulgaria. They also joind one of our Bulgaria Private Tours.

We met on Friday, 20.05, the day of their Bulgaria Private Tours, Kazanlak. They travelled from Plovdiv and I was waiting for them in the village of Tarnichane, at the rose distillery. Some rose picking (well, it wasn’t as early as 5 am – Bulgaria Private Toursthe usual time to start the picking up), good and detailed information about the different oleaginous roses, the process of distilling and making rose oil and rose water, etc. Everything was fine but we missed the usual 10:30 coffee break. Back to our vehicle and off to Kazanlak. We had our coffee in the centre

Read More

BookExpo America

Do not miss book expo america this may if you would like to
have breakfast with famous actors and their new books in new york city!

An event that reverberates around the world and rivets all
eyes on new books and their authors, North America’s biggest book fair,
BookExpo America, is taking place this year May 24-26 at New York City’s Jacob
K. Javits Center. A different ‘breakfast with writers’ kicks off the morning of
each of the fair’s three days. What’s more, there are some celebrated Hollywood
personalities among the writers taking part. The Children’s Book Writers’
Breakfast on Tuesday, May 24th, for example, is being moderated by Julianne
Moore, author of “Freckleface Strawberry:

Best Friends Forever”. And among the authors being presented
on the morning of Wednesday, the 25th, you may come across Diane Keaton and her
book.

Print media andsocial media under the same roof

Another distinction of this year’s BookExpo

Read More

Goethe

Sb, goethe, goethe.

This is me that absolutely must roned at any reference to
german culture. So let it be mentioned here!

It is true too, let’s face it: There’s nobody quite like
Goethe. The dramas, like ‘Dr. Faustus’ and ‘Gotz von Berlichingen’(The Knight
with the Iron Hand), of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832) are still
performed in theaters today. His poems and novels like The Sorrows of Young
Werther are still printed and even read.

But it is not the works he produced as poet, writer,
theorist and natural scientist that make him such an absolute sine qua non.
With his universality and holistic view of nature, Goethe rose above the
Catholic-Protestant conflict in which Central Europe had been locked since the
16th century and above the debates between clerics and men of the Enlightenment
that were added to it in the 18th century, to become a towering figure who blazed
new paths in German culture. Naturally Goethe did not acco

Read More

Taner Alakus

Prof. Dr. Cicek Derman

Art comes into being when training, effort and patience
interlock. In our traditional arts especially, the purpose of art is not to
produce works but to turn ourselves into a work of art that will enhance our
moral character. If art is made with the joy and ardor of worship, the result
will be magnificent.

Taner Alakus

Art is the spiritual connection between teacher and student.
Just as art is the sultan of the spirit, so the practicing artist must be the
humblest among those spirits. Art is the artist’s own paradise.

Yrd. Doc. Huseyin gunduz

For art lovers and calligraphy buffs, a beautiful
inscription is a beautiful picture. For the artist who creates the work, it
reflects his inner world on paper in lines, shapes, colors and beautiful words.
Calligraphy is a language. It gives rise to a silent communication between people
whether they know that language or not.

Islam Secen

Read More

Italian Pasta

Italians have accorded pasta prominent status in their many
regional cuisines.

One of the first foodstuffs to be manufactured commercially,
pasta is universally popular. No one knows for sure when pasta entered the
cuisines of the world or who invented it. But the Italians can certainly be
credited with developing its manifold varieties and spreading them around the
world. Every form of dough that is rolled thin and cooked on a hot metal
surface can be regarded as a forerunner of pasta.

According to researchers on the subject, it is highly
probable that pasta emerged around the same time in all parts of the world
where flat bread was made. Perceiving as well-nigh miraculous the benefits of
yeast for adding volume to bread made with flour in times when it was almost
impossible to find economical foodstuffs that also kept well, mankind developed
some extraordinary religious rituals revolving around yeast. In her ‘Dictionary
of Ottoman Cuisine’, Priscilla Mary I

Read More

Vegetarians special taste

Special tastes for vegetarians

We also didn’t forget about our vegetarian guests among our
rich menus. Vegetarian meals, containing no animal by products, are being
prepared with fresh ingredients and all plant derived foods. Additionally,
Vegetarian Jain meals, which are prepared according to Jain customs, are also
one of our special meal alternatives.

About star alliance

The Star Alliance network was established in 1997 as the
first truly global airline alliance to offer worldwide reach, recognition and
seamless service to the international traveler. Its acceptance by the market
has been recognized by numerous awards, including the Air Transport World
Market Leadership Award, Best Airline Alliance by both Business Traveler
Magazine and Skytrax. The member airlines are: Adria Airways, Aegean Airlines,

Air Canada, Air China, Air New Zealand, ANA, Asiana Airlines,
Austrian, Bluelbmi, Bmssels Airlines, Continental Airlines, Croatia Airline

Read More

About Ataturk

For more information about the 20th quality convention and its program.

Held since 2007, amberFestival is Turkey’s first festival of electronic an. Organized around a specific theoretical concept every year, amberFestival has as this year’s theme, Next Ecology. For more information about this festival, November 4 to 13:

Making a big splash last year when it screened the award-winning film Logorama, which captured the Oscar for Best Short Animation Film in 2010, the Istanbul Animation Festival is awaiting animated film buffs again November 22 to 27.

Another small festival that manages to attract participants from countries all over the world is the Istanbul Short Film Festival, which also includes an international competition. For more information about this festival that is welcoming short film buffs November 23 to 30:

What they have said about Ataturk

Franklin Delano Roosevelt, U.S. President 1937

“I obtained inf

Read More

Diet

Wednesday

Breakfast Cut 1 boiled egg into four equal parts and season with very little olive oil, a little cumin, a little black pepper and red pepper flakes +1 slice of rye bread and plenty of parsley

Lunch: 1 small plate of pasta with minced meat +1 bowl low-fat yogurt + green salad with a little oil Afternoon: 2 scoops of vanilla or plain ice-cream Dinner: 1 bowl of functional detox soup +1 thin slice of rye bread + plenty of tomato and sliced cucumber Before bed: 1 peach or 1 nectarine

Functional detox soup Cook 5-6 washed fresh asparagus, 2-3 cloves of garlic, 1/2 cauliflower, 1 fresh pearl onion, 1/4 chicken breast in 1/2 cup of chicken stock, without adding oil and blend.

Thursday

Breakfast: 1 glass of fresh juice of a desired fruit +1 slice of cheese +1 slice of whole-wheat bread + plenty of tomatoes and cucumbers

Lunch: 1 bowl of Antioch-style lentils or instant soup with tomatoes or noodles +1 thin slice of wh

Read More

Soup diet

The way to lose weight is to increase the distance between energy intake and energy expenditure. Low-energy soups are more filling as they repress the hunger center. According to nutritionist and diet expert Selahattin Donmez, the soup diet will enable you to lose six kilograms in one month providing prevention against chronic illnesses, preventing dryness of the skin by increasing water in the body, and decreasing tension in the stomach. There is no other type of food offering such high nutritional value and is so filling in one meal. We recommend consuming a variety of healthy salads and the same goes for soups. For 10 years, I have started my afternoon and evening meals with a bowl of soup. Because you eat soup with a spoon and chew, it starts making you feel full in your mouth. And because it coats the stomach lining with a warm wave it prevents acid production in the stomach. It prepares the stomach for the digestion of the rest of the meal.

Does soup have any benefit

Read More

North Koptos

“He turned to the haven, and sailed down, and delayed not in the north of Koptos. When he was come to the place where we fell into the river, he said to his heart: ‘shall I not better turn back again to Koptos that I may lie by them? For, if not, when I go down to Memphis, and the King asks after his children, what shall I say to him? Can I tell him, “I have taken your children to the Thebaid, and killed them, while I remained alive, and I have come to Memphis still alive”?

Then he made them bring him a linen cloth of striped byssus; he made a band, bound the book firmly, and tied it upon him. Na.nefer.ka.ptah then went out of the awning of the royal boat and fell into the river. He cried on Ra; and all those who were on the bank made an outcry, saying: ‘Great woe! Sad woe! Is he lost, that good scribe and able man that has no equal?’

“The royal boat went on, without anyone on earth knowing where Na.nefer.ka.ptah was. It went on to Memphis, and they

Read More

Travel Bulgaria

A temptation to travel Bulgaria to see the Monastery and its unique architecture

Travel Bulgaria – The Rila Monastery – unity of spirituality, culture and nature…

travel bulgaria rila monestery

The Monastery has a unique architecture and takes about 8800 sq.m. When one looks from outside, it resembles a fortress. Due to its 24-metre stone walls, the Monastery has the shape of an irregular pentagon. Once the visitor travel Bulgaria is in, though, they are impressed by its architecture. Impressive arches and colonnades, covered wooden stairs and carved verandas…

St. Ivan of Rila

The hermit St. Ivan of Rila founded the monastery during the rule of Tsar Peter I. It is normal that the monastery bears the hermit’s name. Actually the hermit lived

Read More

Arabian bazaar

A typical Arabian bazaar

Souq Waqif is among the places that represent the city’s cultural and historical aspects.

There are different jewelries, earthenware, silk and spices in this bazaar. In the past, the Bedouin would trade sheep, goat and wool with other materials here. Nowadays, the area is being rearranged aiming for the outlook of a ‘souq’ (bazaar) of the 19th century. Souq Waqif is a typical Arabian bazaar. One can walk along its passages composing of corridors, check out categorized products, spice shops, clothier and gift shops. There are also many restaurants and hookah cafes here. Enjoy drinking tea at the cafes, watch football videos on big screens. Another bazaar that is worth seeing is the Omani Souq, which is located at the Haloul Street. This place is ideal for incense stick and wattle basket shopping. Gold Souq is another bazaar where you can shop for gold and jewelry.

On the trail of Islamic culture

Museum of Islami

Read More

Cold Winter

WHO SAYS WINTER IS COLD?

Here are a few tips for those who keep thinking ‘ about what to wear in these days when winter started to make clear its arrival and summer clothing is laid aside… Do not give up on summer’s warm shades, because this winter will not be as cold as you think!

Comfort is always number one…

Striped pieces, jean vest and jackets, jump suits, baggy trousers… Mango goes for comfort in designs this year. If you want elegance and comfort at the same time, check out these colorful designs. Leopard pattern and colors like yellow, blue, red, beige and black are up this season. Accessories are artsy as usual; complete your creat

Read More

Medicine and Art

How the medicine and the art can be related to each other? The last edition of the magazine “P” which elaborates carefully the topics chosen also carefully, expose the artistic dimension of the medicine joined with the visual examples.

The most ancient documents

The human bones and the surgical instruments found in the illustrations on the walls of the caves and during the diggings show that the practices of medicine are as old as the human history. The reliefs carved in the stones in the old eras, the medical equipment and the illustrated books of the Middle Age have been certainly not created for the sake of art. But these works bring together the medical scientific men and the artists. For example, the most ancient documents

Read More

Ancient Egypt

INTRODUCTION

In determining the development of the short story in Egypt, it is necessary to study the inscriptions on papyri and stone monuments, a process which the archaeologists are better fitted to accomplish than the literary historians, for there appears to have been little development in the form, and the earliest do not differ radically from the later stories, such as the two here included.

The few Egyptian tales that have survived may date back as early as the Thirtieth Century B.C. So far as can be determined, they are indigenously Egyptian, having Egyptian names, backgrounds, and customs. They are not only an invaluable commentary on the lives of the men of those times, but also genuinely moving and interesting stories.

Read More

Bulgaria Private Tours – Kazanlak Tour with rose picking for lovely Dutch people

Twelve happy and lovely Dutch people (six couples and twelve friends) left The Netherlands to visit my beautiful and friendly country, Bulgaria. They also joind one of our Bulgaria Private Tours.

We met on Friday, 20.05, the day of their Bulgaria Private Tours, Kazanlak. They travelled from Plovdiv and I was waiting for them in the village of Tarnichane, at the rose distillery. Some rose picking (well, it wasn’t as early as 5 am – Bulgaria Private Toursthe usual time to start the picking up), good and detailed information about the different oleaginous roses, the process of distilling and making rose oil and rose water, etc. Everything was fine but we missed the usual 10:30 coffee break. Back to our vehicle and off to Kazanlak. We had our coffee in the centre

Read More

BookExpo America

Do not miss book expo america this may if you would like to
have breakfast with famous actors and their new books in new york city!

An event that reverberates around the world and rivets all
eyes on new books and their authors, North America’s biggest book fair,
BookExpo America, is taking place this year May 24-26 at New York City’s Jacob
K. Javits Center. A different ‘breakfast with writers’ kicks off the morning of
each of the fair’s three days. What’s more, there are some celebrated Hollywood
personalities among the writers taking part. The Children’s Book Writers’
Breakfast on Tuesday, May 24th, for example, is being moderated by Julianne
Moore, author of “Freckleface Strawberry:

Best Friends Forever”. And among the authors being presented
on the morning of Wednesday, the 25th, you may come across Diane Keaton and her
book.

Print media andsocial media under the same roof

Another distinction of this year’s BookExpo

Read More

Goethe

Sb, goethe, goethe.

This is me that absolutely must roned at any reference to
german culture. So let it be mentioned here!

It is true too, let’s face it: There’s nobody quite like
Goethe. The dramas, like ‘Dr. Faustus’ and ‘Gotz von Berlichingen’(The Knight
with the Iron Hand), of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832) are still
performed in theaters today. His poems and novels like The Sorrows of Young
Werther are still printed and even read.

But it is not the works he produced as poet, writer,
theorist and natural scientist that make him such an absolute sine qua non.
With his universality and holistic view of nature, Goethe rose above the
Catholic-Protestant conflict in which Central Europe had been locked since the
16th century and above the debates between clerics and men of the Enlightenment
that were added to it in the 18th century, to become a towering figure who blazed
new paths in German culture. Naturally Goethe did not acco

Read More

Taner Alakus

Prof. Dr. Cicek Derman

Art comes into being when training, effort and patience
interlock. In our traditional arts especially, the purpose of art is not to
produce works but to turn ourselves into a work of art that will enhance our
moral character. If art is made with the joy and ardor of worship, the result
will be magnificent.

Taner Alakus

Art is the spiritual connection between teacher and student.
Just as art is the sultan of the spirit, so the practicing artist must be the
humblest among those spirits. Art is the artist’s own paradise.

Yrd. Doc. Huseyin gunduz

For art lovers and calligraphy buffs, a beautiful
inscription is a beautiful picture. For the artist who creates the work, it
reflects his inner world on paper in lines, shapes, colors and beautiful words.
Calligraphy is a language. It gives rise to a silent communication between people
whether they know that language or not.

Islam Secen

Read More

Italian Pasta

Italians have accorded pasta prominent status in their many
regional cuisines.

One of the first foodstuffs to be manufactured commercially,
pasta is universally popular. No one knows for sure when pasta entered the
cuisines of the world or who invented it. But the Italians can certainly be
credited with developing its manifold varieties and spreading them around the
world. Every form of dough that is rolled thin and cooked on a hot metal
surface can be regarded as a forerunner of pasta.

According to researchers on the subject, it is highly
probable that pasta emerged around the same time in all parts of the world
where flat bread was made. Perceiving as well-nigh miraculous the benefits of
yeast for adding volume to bread made with flour in times when it was almost
impossible to find economical foodstuffs that also kept well, mankind developed
some extraordinary religious rituals revolving around yeast. In her ‘Dictionary
of Ottoman Cuisine’, Priscilla Mary I

Read More

Vegetarians special taste

Special tastes for vegetarians

We also didn’t forget about our vegetarian guests among our
rich menus. Vegetarian meals, containing no animal by products, are being
prepared with fresh ingredients and all plant derived foods. Additionally,
Vegetarian Jain meals, which are prepared according to Jain customs, are also
one of our special meal alternatives.

About star alliance

The Star Alliance network was established in 1997 as the
first truly global airline alliance to offer worldwide reach, recognition and
seamless service to the international traveler. Its acceptance by the market
has been recognized by numerous awards, including the Air Transport World
Market Leadership Award, Best Airline Alliance by both Business Traveler
Magazine and Skytrax. The member airlines are: Adria Airways, Aegean Airlines,

Air Canada, Air China, Air New Zealand, ANA, Asiana Airlines,
Austrian, Bluelbmi, Bmssels Airlines, Continental Airlines, Croatia Airline

Read More

About Ataturk

For more information about the 20th quality convention and its program.

Held since 2007, amberFestival is Turkey’s first festival of electronic an. Organized around a specific theoretical concept every year, amberFestival has as this year’s theme, Next Ecology. For more information about this festival, November 4 to 13:

Making a big splash last year when it screened the award-winning film Logorama, which captured the Oscar for Best Short Animation Film in 2010, the Istanbul Animation Festival is awaiting animated film buffs again November 22 to 27.

Another small festival that manages to attract participants from countries all over the world is the Istanbul Short Film Festival, which also includes an international competition. For more information about this festival that is welcoming short film buffs November 23 to 30:

What they have said about Ataturk

Franklin Delano Roosevelt, U.S. President 1937

“I obtained inf

Read More

Diet

Wednesday

Breakfast Cut 1 boiled egg into four equal parts and season with very little olive oil, a little cumin, a little black pepper and red pepper flakes +1 slice of rye bread and plenty of parsley

Lunch: 1 small plate of pasta with minced meat +1 bowl low-fat yogurt + green salad with a little oil Afternoon: 2 scoops of vanilla or plain ice-cream Dinner: 1 bowl of functional detox soup +1 thin slice of rye bread + plenty of tomato and sliced cucumber Before bed: 1 peach or 1 nectarine

Functional detox soup Cook 5-6 washed fresh asparagus, 2-3 cloves of garlic, 1/2 cauliflower, 1 fresh pearl onion, 1/4 chicken breast in 1/2 cup of chicken stock, without adding oil and blend.

Thursday

Breakfast: 1 glass of fresh juice of a desired fruit +1 slice of cheese +1 slice of whole-wheat bread + plenty of tomatoes and cucumbers

Lunch: 1 bowl of Antioch-style lentils or instant soup with tomatoes or noodles +1 thin slice of wh

Read More

Soup diet

The way to lose weight is to increase the distance between energy intake and energy expenditure. Low-energy soups are more filling as they repress the hunger center. According to nutritionist and diet expert Selahattin Donmez, the soup diet will enable you to lose six kilograms in one month providing prevention against chronic illnesses, preventing dryness of the skin by increasing water in the body, and decreasing tension in the stomach. There is no other type of food offering such high nutritional value and is so filling in one meal. We recommend consuming a variety of healthy salads and the same goes for soups. For 10 years, I have started my afternoon and evening meals with a bowl of soup. Because you eat soup with a spoon and chew, it starts making you feel full in your mouth. And because it coats the stomach lining with a warm wave it prevents acid production in the stomach. It prepares the stomach for the digestion of the rest of the meal.

Does soup have any benefit

Read More

North Koptos

“He turned to the haven, and sailed down, and delayed not in the north of Koptos. When he was come to the place where we fell into the river, he said to his heart: ‘shall I not better turn back again to Koptos that I may lie by them? For, if not, when I go down to Memphis, and the King asks after his children, what shall I say to him? Can I tell him, “I have taken your children to the Thebaid, and killed them, while I remained alive, and I have come to Memphis still alive”?

Then he made them bring him a linen cloth of striped byssus; he made a band, bound the book firmly, and tied it upon him. Na.nefer.ka.ptah then went out of the awning of the royal boat and fell into the river. He cried on Ra; and all those who were on the bank made an outcry, saying: ‘Great woe! Sad woe! Is he lost, that good scribe and able man that has no equal?’

“The royal boat went on, without anyone on earth knowing where Na.nefer.ka.ptah was. It went on to Memphis, and they

Read More

Travel Bulgaria

A temptation to travel Bulgaria to see the Monastery and its unique architecture

Travel Bulgaria – The Rila Monastery – unity of spirituality, culture and nature…

travel bulgaria rila monestery

The Monastery has a unique architecture and takes about 8800 sq.m. When one looks from outside, it resembles a fortress. Due to its 24-metre stone walls, the Monastery has the shape of an irregular pentagon. Once the visitor travel Bulgaria is in, though, they are impressed by its architecture. Impressive arches and colonnades, covered wooden stairs and carved verandas…

St. Ivan of Rila

The hermit St. Ivan of Rila founded the monastery during the rule of Tsar Peter I. It is normal that the monastery bears the hermit’s name. Actually the hermit lived

Read More

Arabian bazaar

A typical Arabian bazaar

Souq Waqif is among the places that represent the city’s cultural and historical aspects.

There are different jewelries, earthenware, silk and spices in this bazaar. In the past, the Bedouin would trade sheep, goat and wool with other materials here. Nowadays, the area is being rearranged aiming for the outlook of a ‘souq’ (bazaar) of the 19th century. Souq Waqif is a typical Arabian bazaar. One can walk along its passages composing of corridors, check out categorized products, spice shops, clothier and gift shops. There are also many restaurants and hookah cafes here. Enjoy drinking tea at the cafes, watch football videos on big screens. Another bazaar that is worth seeing is the Omani Souq, which is located at the Haloul Street. This place is ideal for incense stick and wattle basket shopping. Gold Souq is another bazaar where you can shop for gold and jewelry.

On the trail of Islamic culture

Museum of Islami

Read More

Cold Winter

WHO SAYS WINTER IS COLD?

Here are a few tips for those who keep thinking ‘ about what to wear in these days when winter started to make clear its arrival and summer clothing is laid aside… Do not give up on summer’s warm shades, because this winter will not be as cold as you think!

Comfort is always number one…

Striped pieces, jean vest and jackets, jump suits, baggy trousers… Mango goes for comfort in designs this year. If you want elegance and comfort at the same time, check out these colorful designs. Leopard pattern and colors like yellow, blue, red, beige and black are up this season. Accessories are artsy as usual; complete your creat

Read More

Medicine and Art

How the medicine and the art can be related to each other? The last edition of the magazine “P” which elaborates carefully the topics chosen also carefully, expose the artistic dimension of the medicine joined with the visual examples.

The most ancient documents

The human bones and the surgical instruments found in the illustrations on the walls of the caves and during the diggings show that the practices of medicine are as old as the human history. The reliefs carved in the stones in the old eras, the medical equipment and the illustrated books of the Middle Age have been certainly not created for the sake of art. But these works bring together the medical scientific men and the artists. For example, the most ancient documents

Read More

Ancient Egypt

INTRODUCTION

In determining the development of the short story in Egypt, it is necessary to study the inscriptions on papyri and stone monuments, a process which the archaeologists are better fitted to accomplish than the literary historians, for there appears to have been little development in the form, and the earliest do not differ radically from the later stories, such as the two here included.

The few Egyptian tales that have survived may date back as early as the Thirtieth Century B.C. So far as can be determined, they are indigenously Egyptian, having Egyptian names, backgrounds, and customs. They are not only an invaluable commentary on the lives of the men of those times, but also genuinely moving and interesting stories.

Read More

Bulgaria Private Tours – Kazanlak Tour with rose picking for lovely Dutch people

Twelve happy and lovely Dutch people (six couples and twelve friends) left The Netherlands to visit my beautiful and friendly country, Bulgaria. They also joind one of our Bulgaria Private Tours.

We met on Friday, 20.05, the day of their Bulgaria Private Tours, Kazanlak. They travelled from Plovdiv and I was waiting for them in the village of Tarnichane, at the rose distillery. Some rose picking (well, it wasn’t as early as 5 am – Bulgaria Private Toursthe usual time to start the picking up), good and detailed information about the different oleaginous roses, the process of distilling and making rose oil and rose water, etc. Everything was fine but we missed the usual 10:30 coffee break. Back to our vehicle and off to Kazanlak. We had our coffee in the centre

Read More

BookExpo America

Do not miss book expo america this may if you would like to
have breakfast with famous actors and their new books in new york city!

An event that reverberates around the world and rivets all
eyes on new books and their authors, North America’s biggest book fair,
BookExpo America, is taking place this year May 24-26 at New York City’s Jacob
K. Javits Center. A different ‘breakfast with writers’ kicks off the morning of
each of the fair’s three days. What’s more, there are some celebrated Hollywood
personalities among the writers taking part. The Children’s Book Writers’
Breakfast on Tuesday, May 24th, for example, is being moderated by Julianne
Moore, author of “Freckleface Strawberry:

Best Friends Forever”. And among the authors being presented
on the morning of Wednesday, the 25th, you may come across Diane Keaton and her
book.

Print media andsocial media under the same roof

Another distinction of this year’s BookExpo

Read More

Goethe

Sb, goethe, goethe.

This is me that absolutely must roned at any reference to
german culture. So let it be mentioned here!

It is true too, let’s face it: There’s nobody quite like
Goethe. The dramas, like ‘Dr. Faustus’ and ‘Gotz von Berlichingen’(The Knight
with the Iron Hand), of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832) are still
performed in theaters today. His poems and novels like The Sorrows of Young
Werther are still printed and even read.

But it is not the works he produced as poet, writer,
theorist and natural scientist that make him such an absolute sine qua non.
With his universality and holistic view of nature, Goethe rose above the
Catholic-Protestant conflict in which Central Europe had been locked since the
16th century and above the debates between clerics and men of the Enlightenment
that were added to it in the 18th century, to become a towering figure who blazed
new paths in German culture. Naturally Goethe did not acco

Read More

Taner Alakus

Prof. Dr. Cicek Derman

Art comes into being when training, effort and patience
interlock. In our traditional arts especially, the purpose of art is not to
produce works but to turn ourselves into a work of art that will enhance our
moral character. If art is made with the joy and ardor of worship, the result
will be magnificent.

Taner Alakus

Art is the spiritual connection between teacher and student.
Just as art is the sultan of the spirit, so the practicing artist must be the
humblest among those spirits. Art is the artist’s own paradise.

Yrd. Doc. Huseyin gunduz

For art lovers and calligraphy buffs, a beautiful
inscription is a beautiful picture. For the artist who creates the work, it
reflects his inner world on paper in lines, shapes, colors and beautiful words.
Calligraphy is a language. It gives rise to a silent communication between people
whether they know that language or not.

Islam Secen

Read More

Italian Pasta

Italians have accorded pasta prominent status in their many
regional cuisines.

One of the first foodstuffs to be manufactured commercially,
pasta is universally popular. No one knows for sure when pasta entered the
cuisines of the world or who invented it. But the Italians can certainly be
credited with developing its manifold varieties and spreading them around the
world. Every form of dough that is rolled thin and cooked on a hot metal
surface can be regarded as a forerunner of pasta.

According to researchers on the subject, it is highly
probable that pasta emerged around the same time in all parts of the world
where flat bread was made. Perceiving as well-nigh miraculous the benefits of
yeast for adding volume to bread made with flour in times when it was almost
impossible to find economical foodstuffs that also kept well, mankind developed
some extraordinary religious rituals revolving around yeast. In her ‘Dictionary
of Ottoman Cuisine’, Priscilla Mary I

Read More

Vegetarians special taste

Special tastes for vegetarians

We also didn’t forget about our vegetarian guests among our
rich menus. Vegetarian meals, containing no animal by products, are being
prepared with fresh ingredients and all plant derived foods. Additionally,
Vegetarian Jain meals, which are prepared according to Jain customs, are also
one of our special meal alternatives.

About star alliance

The Star Alliance network was established in 1997 as the
first truly global airline alliance to offer worldwide reach, recognition and
seamless service to the international traveler. Its acceptance by the market
has been recognized by numerous awards, including the Air Transport World
Market Leadership Award, Best Airline Alliance by both Business Traveler
Magazine and Skytrax. The member airlines are: Adria Airways, Aegean Airlines,

Air Canada, Air China, Air New Zealand, ANA, Asiana Airlines,
Austrian, Bluelbmi, Bmssels Airlines, Continental Airlines, Croatia Airline

Read More

About Ataturk

For more information about the 20th quality convention and its program.

Held since 2007, amberFestival is Turkey’s first festival of electronic an. Organized around a specific theoretical concept every year, amberFestival has as this year’s theme, Next Ecology. For more information about this festival, November 4 to 13:

Making a big splash last year when it screened the award-winning film Logorama, which captured the Oscar for Best Short Animation Film in 2010, the Istanbul Animation Festival is awaiting animated film buffs again November 22 to 27.

Another small festival that manages to attract participants from countries all over the world is the Istanbul Short Film Festival, which also includes an international competition. For more information about this festival that is welcoming short film buffs November 23 to 30:

What they have said about Ataturk

Franklin Delano Roosevelt, U.S. President 1937

“I obtained inf

Read More

Diet

Wednesday

Breakfast Cut 1 boiled egg into four equal parts and season with very little olive oil, a little cumin, a little black pepper and red pepper flakes +1 slice of rye bread and plenty of parsley

Lunch: 1 small plate of pasta with minced meat +1 bowl low-fat yogurt + green salad with a little oil Afternoon: 2 scoops of vanilla or plain ice-cream Dinner: 1 bowl of functional detox soup +1 thin slice of rye bread + plenty of tomato and sliced cucumber Before bed: 1 peach or 1 nectarine

Functional detox soup Cook 5-6 washed fresh asparagus, 2-3 cloves of garlic, 1/2 cauliflower, 1 fresh pearl onion, 1/4 chicken breast in 1/2 cup of chicken stock, without adding oil and blend.

Thursday

Breakfast: 1 glass of fresh juice of a desired fruit +1 slice of cheese +1 slice of whole-wheat bread + plenty of tomatoes and cucumbers

Lunch: 1 bowl of Antioch-style lentils or instant soup with tomatoes or noodles +1 thin slice of wh

Read More

Soup diet

The way to lose weight is to increase the distance between energy intake and energy expenditure. Low-energy soups are more filling as they repress the hunger center. According to nutritionist and diet expert Selahattin Donmez, the soup diet will enable you to lose six kilograms in one month providing prevention against chronic illnesses, preventing dryness of the skin by increasing water in the body, and decreasing tension in the stomach. There is no other type of food offering such high nutritional value and is so filling in one meal. We recommend consuming a variety of healthy salads and the same goes for soups. For 10 years, I have started my afternoon and evening meals with a bowl of soup. Because you eat soup with a spoon and chew, it starts making you feel full in your mouth. And because it coats the stomach lining with a warm wave it prevents acid production in the stomach. It prepares the stomach for the digestion of the rest of the meal.

Does soup have any benefit

Read More

North Koptos

“He turned to the haven, and sailed down, and delayed not in the north of Koptos. When he was come to the place where we fell into the river, he said to his heart: ‘shall I not better turn back again to Koptos that I may lie by them? For, if not, when I go down to Memphis, and the King asks after his children, what shall I say to him? Can I tell him, “I have taken your children to the Thebaid, and killed them, while I remained alive, and I have come to Memphis still alive”?

Then he made them bring him a linen cloth of striped byssus; he made a band, bound the book firmly, and tied it upon him. Na.nefer.ka.ptah then went out of the awning of the royal boat and fell into the river. He cried on Ra; and all those who were on the bank made an outcry, saying: ‘Great woe! Sad woe! Is he lost, that good scribe and able man that has no equal?’

“The royal boat went on, without anyone on earth knowing where Na.nefer.ka.ptah was. It went on to Memphis, and they

Read More

Travel Bulgaria

A temptation to travel Bulgaria to see the Monastery and its unique architecture

Travel Bulgaria – The Rila Monastery – unity of spirituality, culture and nature…

travel bulgaria rila monestery

The Monastery has a unique architecture and takes about 8800 sq.m. When one looks from outside, it resembles a fortress. Due to its 24-metre stone walls, the Monastery has the shape of an irregular pentagon. Once the visitor travel Bulgaria is in, though, they are impressed by its architecture. Impressive arches and colonnades, covered wooden stairs and carved verandas…

St. Ivan of Rila

The hermit St. Ivan of Rila founded the monastery during the rule of Tsar Peter I. It is normal that the monastery bears the hermit’s name. Actually the hermit lived

Read More

Arabian bazaar

A typical Arabian bazaar

Souq Waqif is among the places that represent the city’s cultural and historical aspects.

There are different jewelries, earthenware, silk and spices in this bazaar. In the past, the Bedouin would trade sheep, goat and wool with other materials here. Nowadays, the area is being rearranged aiming for the outlook of a ‘souq’ (bazaar) of the 19th century. Souq Waqif is a typical Arabian bazaar. One can walk along its passages composing of corridors, check out categorized products, spice shops, clothier and gift shops. There are also many restaurants and hookah cafes here. Enjoy drinking tea at the cafes, watch football videos on big screens. Another bazaar that is worth seeing is the Omani Souq, which is located at the Haloul Street. This place is ideal for incense stick and wattle basket shopping. Gold Souq is another bazaar where you can shop for gold and jewelry.

On the trail of Islamic culture

Museum of Islami

Read More

Cold Winter

WHO SAYS WINTER IS COLD?

Here are a few tips for those who keep thinking ‘ about what to wear in these days when winter started to make clear its arrival and summer clothing is laid aside… Do not give up on summer’s warm shades, because this winter will not be as cold as you think!

Comfort is always number one…

Striped pieces, jean vest and jackets, jump suits, baggy trousers… Mango goes for comfort in designs this year. If you want elegance and comfort at the same time, check out these colorful designs. Leopard pattern and colors like yellow, blue, red, beige and black are up this season. Accessories are artsy as usual; complete your creat

Read More

Medicine and Art

How the medicine and the art can be related to each other? The last edition of the magazine “P” which elaborates carefully the topics chosen also carefully, expose the artistic dimension of the medicine joined with the visual examples.

The most ancient documents

The human bones and the surgical instruments found in the illustrations on the walls of the caves and during the diggings show that the practices of medicine are as old as the human history. The reliefs carved in the stones in the old eras, the medical equipment and the illustrated books of the Middle Age have been certainly not created for the sake of art. But these works bring together the medical scientific men and the artists. For example, the most ancient documents

Read More

Ancient Egypt

INTRODUCTION

In determining the development of the short story in Egypt, it is necessary to study the inscriptions on papyri and stone monuments, a process which the archaeologists are better fitted to accomplish than the literary historians, for there appears to have been little development in the form, and the earliest do not differ radically from the later stories, such as the two here included.

The few Egyptian tales that have survived may date back as early as the Thirtieth Century B.C. So far as can be determined, they are indigenously Egyptian, having Egyptian names, backgrounds, and customs. They are not only an invaluable commentary on the lives of the men of those times, but also genuinely moving and interesting stories.

Read More

Bulgaria Private Tours – Kazanlak Tour with rose picking for lovely Dutch people

Twelve happy and lovely Dutch people (six couples and twelve friends) left The Netherlands to visit my beautiful and friendly country, Bulgaria. They also joind one of our Bulgaria Private Tours.

We met on Friday, 20.05, the day of their Bulgaria Private Tours, Kazanlak. They travelled from Plovdiv and I was waiting for them in the village of Tarnichane, at the rose distillery. Some rose picking (well, it wasn’t as early as 5 am – Bulgaria Private Toursthe usual time to start the picking up), good and detailed information about the different oleaginous roses, the process of distilling and making rose oil and rose water, etc. Everything was fine but we missed the usual 10:30 coffee break. Back to our vehicle and off to Kazanlak. We had our coffee in the centre

Read More

BookExpo America

Do not miss book expo america this may if you would like to
have breakfast with famous actors and their new books in new york city!

An event that reverberates around the world and rivets all
eyes on new books and their authors, North America’s biggest book fair,
BookExpo America, is taking place this year May 24-26 at New York City’s Jacob
K. Javits Center. A different ‘breakfast with writers’ kicks off the morning of
each of the fair’s three days. What’s more, there are some celebrated Hollywood
personalities among the writers taking part. The Children’s Book Writers’
Breakfast on Tuesday, May 24th, for example, is being moderated by Julianne
Moore, author of “Freckleface Strawberry:

Best Friends Forever”. And among the authors being presented
on the morning of Wednesday, the 25th, you may come across Diane Keaton and her
book.

Print media andsocial media under the same roof

Another distinction of this year’s BookExpo

Read More

Goethe

Sb, goethe, goethe.

This is me that absolutely must roned at any reference to
german culture. So let it be mentioned here!

It is true too, let’s face it: There’s nobody quite like
Goethe. The dramas, like ‘Dr. Faustus’ and ‘Gotz von Berlichingen’(The Knight
with the Iron Hand), of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832) are still
performed in theaters today. His poems and novels like The Sorrows of Young
Werther are still printed and even read.

But it is not the works he produced as poet, writer,
theorist and natural scientist that make him such an absolute sine qua non.
With his universality and holistic view of nature, Goethe rose above the
Catholic-Protestant conflict in which Central Europe had been locked since the
16th century and above the debates between clerics and men of the Enlightenment
that were added to it in the 18th century, to become a towering figure who blazed
new paths in German culture. Naturally Goethe did not acco

Read More

Taner Alakus

Prof. Dr. Cicek Derman

Art comes into being when training, effort and patience
interlock. In our traditional arts especially, the purpose of art is not to
produce works but to turn ourselves into a work of art that will enhance our
moral character. If art is made with the joy and ardor of worship, the result
will be magnificent.

Taner Alakus

Art is the spiritual connection between teacher and student.
Just as art is the sultan of the spirit, so the practicing artist must be the
humblest among those spirits. Art is the artist’s own paradise.

Yrd. Doc. Huseyin gunduz

For art lovers and calligraphy buffs, a beautiful
inscription is a beautiful picture. For the artist who creates the work, it
reflects his inner world on paper in lines, shapes, colors and beautiful words.
Calligraphy is a language. It gives rise to a silent communication between people
whether they know that language or not.

Islam Secen

Read More

Italian Pasta

Italians have accorded pasta prominent status in their many
regional cuisines.

One of the first foodstuffs to be manufactured commercially,
pasta is universally popular. No one knows for sure when pasta entered the
cuisines of the world or who invented it. But the Italians can certainly be
credited with developing its manifold varieties and spreading them around the
world. Every form of dough that is rolled thin and cooked on a hot metal
surface can be regarded as a forerunner of pasta.

According to researchers on the subject, it is highly
probable that pasta emerged around the same time in all parts of the world
where flat bread was made. Perceiving as well-nigh miraculous the benefits of
yeast for adding volume to bread made with flour in times when it was almost
impossible to find economical foodstuffs that also kept well, mankind developed
some extraordinary religious rituals revolving around yeast. In her ‘Dictionary
of Ottoman Cuisine’, Priscilla Mary I

Read More

Vegetarians special taste

Special tastes for vegetarians

We also didn’t forget about our vegetarian guests among our
rich menus. Vegetarian meals, containing no animal by products, are being
prepared with fresh ingredients and all plant derived foods. Additionally,
Vegetarian Jain meals, which are prepared according to Jain customs, are also
one of our special meal alternatives.

About star alliance

The Star Alliance network was established in 1997 as the
first truly global airline alliance to offer worldwide reach, recognition and
seamless service to the international traveler. Its acceptance by the market
has been recognized by numerous awards, including the Air Transport World
Market Leadership Award, Best Airline Alliance by both Business Traveler
Magazine and Skytrax. The member airlines are: Adria Airways, Aegean Airlines,

Air Canada, Air China, Air New Zealand, ANA, Asiana Airlines,
Austrian, Bluelbmi, Bmssels Airlines, Continental Airlines, Croatia Airline

Read More

About Ataturk

For more information about the 20th quality convention and its program.

Held since 2007, amberFestival is Turkey’s first festival of electronic an. Organized around a specific theoretical concept every year, amberFestival has as this year’s theme, Next Ecology. For more information about this festival, November 4 to 13:

Making a big splash last year when it screened the award-winning film Logorama, which captured the Oscar for Best Short Animation Film in 2010, the Istanbul Animation Festival is awaiting animated film buffs again November 22 to 27.

Another small festival that manages to attract participants from countries all over the world is the Istanbul Short Film Festival, which also includes an international competition. For more information about this festival that is welcoming short film buffs November 23 to 30:

What they have said about Ataturk

Franklin Delano Roosevelt, U.S. President 1937

“I obtained inf

Read More

Diet

Wednesday

Breakfast Cut 1 boiled egg into four equal parts and season with very little olive oil, a little cumin, a little black pepper and red pepper flakes +1 slice of rye bread and plenty of parsley

Lunch: 1 small plate of pasta with minced meat +1 bowl low-fat yogurt + green salad with a little oil Afternoon: 2 scoops of vanilla or plain ice-cream Dinner: 1 bowl of functional detox soup +1 thin slice of rye bread + plenty of tomato and sliced cucumber Before bed: 1 peach or 1 nectarine

Functional detox soup Cook 5-6 washed fresh asparagus, 2-3 cloves of garlic, 1/2 cauliflower, 1 fresh pearl onion, 1/4 chicken breast in 1/2 cup of chicken stock, without adding oil and blend.

Thursday

Breakfast: 1 glass of fresh juice of a desired fruit +1 slice of cheese +1 slice of whole-wheat bread + plenty of tomatoes and cucumbers

Lunch: 1 bowl of Antioch-style lentils or instant soup with tomatoes or noodles +1 thin slice of wh

Read More

Soup diet

The way to lose weight is to increase the distance between energy intake and energy expenditure. Low-energy soups are more filling as they repress the hunger center. According to nutritionist and diet expert Selahattin Donmez, the soup diet will enable you to lose six kilograms in one month providing prevention against chronic illnesses, preventing dryness of the skin by increasing water in the body, and decreasing tension in the stomach. There is no other type of food offering such high nutritional value and is so filling in one meal. We recommend consuming a variety of healthy salads and the same goes for soups. For 10 years, I have started my afternoon and evening meals with a bowl of soup. Because you eat soup with a spoon and chew, it starts making you feel full in your mouth. And because it coats the stomach lining with a warm wave it prevents acid production in the stomach. It prepares the stomach for the digestion of the rest of the meal.

Does soup have any benefit

Read More

North Koptos

“He turned to the haven, and sailed down, and delayed not in the north of Koptos. When he was come to the place where we fell into the river, he said to his heart: ‘shall I not better turn back again to Koptos that I may lie by them? For, if not, when I go down to Memphis, and the King asks after his children, what shall I say to him? Can I tell him, “I have taken your children to the Thebaid, and killed them, while I remained alive, and I have come to Memphis still alive”?

Then he made them bring him a linen cloth of striped byssus; he made a band, bound the book firmly, and tied it upon him. Na.nefer.ka.ptah then went out of the awning of the royal boat and fell into the river. He cried on Ra; and all those who were on the bank made an outcry, saying: ‘Great woe! Sad woe! Is he lost, that good scribe and able man that has no equal?’

“The royal boat went on, without anyone on earth knowing where Na.nefer.ka.ptah was. It went on to Memphis, and they

Read More

Travel Bulgaria

A temptation to travel Bulgaria to see the Monastery and its unique architecture

Travel Bulgaria – The Rila Monastery – unity of spirituality, culture and nature…

travel bulgaria rila monestery

The Monastery has a unique architecture and takes about 8800 sq.m. When one looks from outside, it resembles a fortress. Due to its 24-metre stone walls, the Monastery has the shape of an irregular pentagon. Once the visitor travel Bulgaria is in, though, they are impressed by its architecture. Impressive arches and colonnades, covered wooden stairs and carved verandas…

St. Ivan of Rila

The hermit St. Ivan of Rila founded the monastery during the rule of Tsar Peter I. It is normal that the monastery bears the hermit’s name. Actually the hermit lived

Read More

Arabian bazaar

A typical Arabian bazaar

Souq Waqif is among the places that represent the city’s cultural and historical aspects.

There are different jewelries, earthenware, silk and spices in this bazaar. In the past, the Bedouin would trade sheep, goat and wool with other materials here. Nowadays, the area is being rearranged aiming for the outlook of a ‘souq’ (bazaar) of the 19th century. Souq Waqif is a typical Arabian bazaar. One can walk along its passages composing of corridors, check out categorized products, spice shops, clothier and gift shops. There are also many restaurants and hookah cafes here. Enjoy drinking tea at the cafes, watch football videos on big screens. Another bazaar that is worth seeing is the Omani Souq, which is located at the Haloul Street. This place is ideal for incense stick and wattle basket shopping. Gold Souq is another bazaar where you can shop for gold and jewelry.

On the trail of Islamic culture

Museum of Islami

Read More

Cold Winter

WHO SAYS WINTER IS COLD?

Here are a few tips for those who keep thinking ‘ about what to wear in these days when winter started to make clear its arrival and summer clothing is laid aside… Do not give up on summer’s warm shades, because this winter will not be as cold as you think!

Comfort is always number one…

Striped pieces, jean vest and jackets, jump suits, baggy trousers… Mango goes for comfort in designs this year. If you want elegance and comfort at the same time, check out these colorful designs. Leopard pattern and colors like yellow, blue, red, beige and black are up this season. Accessories are artsy as usual; complete your creat

Read More

Medicine and Art

How the medicine and the art can be related to each other? The last edition of the magazine “P” which elaborates carefully the topics chosen also carefully, expose the artistic dimension of the medicine joined with the visual examples.

The most ancient documents

The human bones and the surgical instruments found in the illustrations on the walls of the caves and during the diggings show that the practices of medicine are as old as the human history. The reliefs carved in the stones in the old eras, the medical equipment and the illustrated books of the Middle Age have been certainly not created for the sake of art. But these works bring together the medical scientific men and the artists. For example, the most ancient documents

Read More

Ancient Egypt

INTRODUCTION

In determining the development of the short story in Egypt, it is necessary to study the inscriptions on papyri and stone monuments, a process which the archaeologists are better fitted to accomplish than the literary historians, for there appears to have been little development in the form, and the earliest do not differ radically from the later stories, such as the two here included.

The few Egyptian tales that have survived may date back as early as the Thirtieth Century B.C. So far as can be determined, they are indigenously Egyptian, having Egyptian names, backgrounds, and customs. They are not only an invaluable commentary on the lives of the men of those times, but also genuinely moving and interesting stories.

Read More

Bulgaria Private Tours – Kazanlak Tour with rose picking for lovely Dutch people

Twelve happy and lovely Dutch people (six couples and twelve friends) left The Netherlands to visit my beautiful and friendly country, Bulgaria. They also joind one of our Bulgaria Private Tours.

We met on Friday, 20.05, the day of their Bulgaria Private Tours, Kazanlak. They travelled from Plovdiv and I was waiting for them in the village of Tarnichane, at the rose distillery. Some rose picking (well, it wasn’t as early as 5 am – Bulgaria Private Toursthe usual time to start the picking up), good and detailed information about the different oleaginous roses, the process of distilling and making rose oil and rose water, etc. Everything was fine but we missed the usual 10:30 coffee break. Back to our vehicle and off to Kazanlak. We had our coffee in the centre

Read More

BookExpo America

Do not miss book expo america this may if you would like to
have breakfast with famous actors and their new books in new york city!

An event that reverberates around the world and rivets all
eyes on new books and their authors, North America’s biggest book fair,
BookExpo America, is taking place this year May 24-26 at New York City’s Jacob
K. Javits Center. A different ‘breakfast with writers’ kicks off the morning of
each of the fair’s three days. What’s more, there are some celebrated Hollywood
personalities among the writers taking part. The Children’s Book Writers’
Breakfast on Tuesday, May 24th, for example, is being moderated by Julianne
Moore, author of “Freckleface Strawberry:

Best Friends Forever”. And among the authors being presented
on the morning of Wednesday, the 25th, you may come across Diane Keaton and her
book.

Print media andsocial media under the same roof

Another distinction of this year’s BookExpo

Read More

Goethe

Sb, goethe, goethe.

This is me that absolutely must roned at any reference to
german culture. So let it be mentioned here!

It is true too, let’s face it: There’s nobody quite like
Goethe. The dramas, like ‘Dr. Faustus’ and ‘Gotz von Berlichingen’(The Knight
with the Iron Hand), of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832) are still
performed in theaters today. His poems and novels like The Sorrows of Young
Werther are still printed and even read.

But it is not the works he produced as poet, writer,
theorist and natural scientist that make him such an absolute sine qua non.
With his universality and holistic view of nature, Goethe rose above the
Catholic-Protestant conflict in which Central Europe had been locked since the
16th century and above the debates between clerics and men of the Enlightenment
that were added to it in the 18th century, to become a towering figure who blazed
new paths in German culture. Naturally Goethe did not acco

Read More

Taner Alakus

Prof. Dr. Cicek Derman

Art comes into being when training, effort and patience
interlock. In our traditional arts especially, the purpose of art is not to
produce works but to turn ourselves into a work of art that will enhance our
moral character. If art is made with the joy and ardor of worship, the result
will be magnificent.

Taner Alakus

Art is the spiritual connection between teacher and student.
Just as art is the sultan of the spirit, so the practicing artist must be the
humblest among those spirits. Art is the artist’s own paradise.

Yrd. Doc. Huseyin gunduz

For art lovers and calligraphy buffs, a beautiful
inscription is a beautiful picture. For the artist who creates the work, it
reflects his inner world on paper in lines, shapes, colors and beautiful words.
Calligraphy is a language. It gives rise to a silent communication between people
whether they know that language or not.

Islam Secen

Read More

Italian Pasta

Italians have accorded pasta prominent status in their many
regional cuisines.

One of the first foodstuffs to be manufactured commercially,
pasta is universally popular. No one knows for sure when pasta entered the
cuisines of the world or who invented it. But the Italians can certainly be
credited with developing its manifold varieties and spreading them around the
world. Every form of dough that is rolled thin and cooked on a hot metal
surface can be regarded as a forerunner of pasta.

According to researchers on the subject, it is highly
probable that pasta emerged around the same time in all parts of the world
where flat bread was made. Perceiving as well-nigh miraculous the benefits of
yeast for adding volume to bread made with flour in times when it was almost
impossible to find economical foodstuffs that also kept well, mankind developed
some extraordinary religious rituals revolving around yeast. In her ‘Dictionary
of Ottoman Cuisine’, Priscilla Mary I

Read More

Vegetarians special taste

Special tastes for vegetarians

We also didn’t forget about our vegetarian guests among our
rich menus. Vegetarian meals, containing no animal by products, are being
prepared with fresh ingredients and all plant derived foods. Additionally,
Vegetarian Jain meals, which are prepared according to Jain customs, are also
one of our special meal alternatives.

About star alliance

The Star Alliance network was established in 1997 as the
first truly global airline alliance to offer worldwide reach, recognition and
seamless service to the international traveler. Its acceptance by the market
has been recognized by numerous awards, including the Air Transport World
Market Leadership Award, Best Airline Alliance by both Business Traveler
Magazine and Skytrax. The member airlines are: Adria Airways, Aegean Airlines,

Air Canada, Air China, Air New Zealand, ANA, Asiana Airlines,
Austrian, Bluelbmi, Bmssels Airlines, Continental Airlines, Croatia Airline

Read More

About Ataturk

For more information about the 20th quality convention and its program.

Held since 2007, amberFestival is Turkey’s first festival of electronic an. Organized around a specific theoretical concept every year, amberFestival has as this year’s theme, Next Ecology. For more information about this festival, November 4 to 13:

Making a big splash last year when it screened the award-winning film Logorama, which captured the Oscar for Best Short Animation Film in 2010, the Istanbul Animation Festival is awaiting animated film buffs again November 22 to 27.

Another small festival that manages to attract participants from countries all over the world is the Istanbul Short Film Festival, which also includes an international competition. For more information about this festival that is welcoming short film buffs November 23 to 30:

What they have said about Ataturk

Franklin Delano Roosevelt, U.S. President 1937

“I obtained inf

Read More

Diet

Wednesday

Breakfast Cut 1 boiled egg into four equal parts and season with very little olive oil, a little cumin, a little black pepper and red pepper flakes +1 slice of rye bread and plenty of parsley

Lunch: 1 small plate of pasta with minced meat +1 bowl low-fat yogurt + green salad with a little oil Afternoon: 2 scoops of vanilla or plain ice-cream Dinner: 1 bowl of functional detox soup +1 thin slice of rye bread + plenty of tomato and sliced cucumber Before bed: 1 peach or 1 nectarine

Functional detox soup Cook 5-6 washed fresh asparagus, 2-3 cloves of garlic, 1/2 cauliflower, 1 fresh pearl onion, 1/4 chicken breast in 1/2 cup of chicken stock, without adding oil and blend.

Thursday

Breakfast: 1 glass of fresh juice of a desired fruit +1 slice of cheese +1 slice of whole-wheat bread + plenty of tomatoes and cucumbers

Lunch: 1 bowl of Antioch-style lentils or instant soup with tomatoes or noodles +1 thin slice of wh

Read More

Soup diet

The way to lose weight is to increase the distance between energy intake and energy expenditure. Low-energy soups are more filling as they repress the hunger center. According to nutritionist and diet expert Selahattin Donmez, the soup diet will enable you to lose six kilograms in one month providing prevention against chronic illnesses, preventing dryness of the skin by increasing water in the body, and decreasing tension in the stomach. There is no other type of food offering such high nutritional value and is so filling in one meal. We recommend consuming a variety of healthy salads and the same goes for soups. For 10 years, I have started my afternoon and evening meals with a bowl of soup. Because you eat soup with a spoon and chew, it starts making you feel full in your mouth. And because it coats the stomach lining with a warm wave it prevents acid production in the stomach. It prepares the stomach for the digestion of the rest of the meal.

Does soup have any benefit

Read More

North Koptos

“He turned to the haven, and sailed down, and delayed not in the north of Koptos. When he was come to the place where we fell into the river, he said to his heart: ‘shall I not better turn back again to Koptos that I may lie by them? For, if not, when I go down to Memphis, and the King asks after his children, what shall I say to him? Can I tell him, “I have taken your children to the Thebaid, and killed them, while I remained alive, and I have come to Memphis still alive”?

Then he made them bring him a linen cloth of striped byssus; he made a band, bound the book firmly, and tied it upon him. Na.nefer.ka.ptah then went out of the awning of the royal boat and fell into the river. He cried on Ra; and all those who were on the bank made an outcry, saying: ‘Great woe! Sad woe! Is he lost, that good scribe and able man that has no equal?’

“The royal boat went on, without anyone on earth knowing where Na.nefer.ka.ptah was. It went on to Memphis, and they

Read More

Travel Bulgaria

A temptation to travel Bulgaria to see the Monastery and its unique architecture

Travel Bulgaria – The Rila Monastery – unity of spirituality, culture and nature…

travel bulgaria rila monestery

The Monastery has a unique architecture and takes about 8800 sq.m. When one looks from outside, it resembles a fortress. Due to its 24-metre stone walls, the Monastery has the shape of an irregular pentagon. Once the visitor travel Bulgaria is in, though, they are impressed by its architecture. Impressive arches and colonnades, covered wooden stairs and carved verandas…

St. Ivan of Rila

The hermit St. Ivan of Rila founded the monastery during the rule of Tsar Peter I. It is normal that the monastery bears the hermit’s name. Actually the hermit lived

Read More

Arabian bazaar

A typical Arabian bazaar

Souq Waqif is among the places that represent the city’s cultural and historical aspects.

There are different jewelries, earthenware, silk and spices in this bazaar. In the past, the Bedouin would trade sheep, goat and wool with other materials here. Nowadays, the area is being rearranged aiming for the outlook of a ‘souq’ (bazaar) of the 19th century. Souq Waqif is a typical Arabian bazaar. One can walk along its passages composing of corridors, check out categorized products, spice shops, clothier and gift shops. There are also many restaurants and hookah cafes here. Enjoy drinking tea at the cafes, watch football videos on big screens. Another bazaar that is worth seeing is the Omani Souq, which is located at the Haloul Street. This place is ideal for incense stick and wattle basket shopping. Gold Souq is another bazaar where you can shop for gold and jewelry.

On the trail of Islamic culture

Museum of Islami

Read More

Cold Winter

WHO SAYS WINTER IS COLD?

Here are a few tips for those who keep thinking ‘ about what to wear in these days when winter started to make clear its arrival and summer clothing is laid aside… Do not give up on summer’s warm shades, because this winter will not be as cold as you think!

Comfort is always number one…

Striped pieces, jean vest and jackets, jump suits, baggy trousers… Mango goes for comfort in designs this year. If you want elegance and comfort at the same time, check out these colorful designs. Leopard pattern and colors like yellow, blue, red, beige and black are up this season. Accessories are artsy as usual; complete your creat

Read More

Medicine and Art

How the medicine and the art can be related to each other? The last edition of the magazine “P” which elaborates carefully the topics chosen also carefully, expose the artistic dimension of the medicine joined with the visual examples.

The most ancient documents

The human bones and the surgical instruments found in the illustrations on the walls of the caves and during the diggings show that the practices of medicine are as old as the human history. The reliefs carved in the stones in the old eras, the medical equipment and the illustrated books of the Middle Age have been certainly not created for the sake of art. But these works bring together the medical scientific men and the artists. For example, the most ancient documents

Read More

Ancient Egypt

INTRODUCTION

In determining the development of the short story in Egypt, it is necessary to study the inscriptions on papyri and stone monuments, a process which the archaeologists are better fitted to accomplish than the literary historians, for there appears to have been little development in the form, and the earliest do not differ radically from the later stories, such as the two here included.

The few Egyptian tales that have survived may date back as early as the Thirtieth Century B.C. So far as can be determined, they are indigenously Egyptian, having Egyptian names, backgrounds, and customs. They are not only an invaluable commentary on the lives of the men of those times, but also genuinely moving and interesting stories.

Read More

Bulgaria Private Tours – Kazanlak Tour with rose picking for lovely Dutch people

Twelve happy and lovely Dutch people (six couples and twelve friends) left The Netherlands to visit my beautiful and friendly country, Bulgaria. They also joind one of our Bulgaria Private Tours.

We met on Friday, 20.05, the day of their Bulgaria Private Tours, Kazanlak. They travelled from Plovdiv and I was waiting for them in the village of Tarnichane, at the rose distillery. Some rose picking (well, it wasn’t as early as 5 am – Bulgaria Private Toursthe usual time to start the picking up), good and detailed information about the different oleaginous roses, the process of distilling and making rose oil and rose water, etc. Everything was fine but we missed the usual 10:30 coffee break. Back to our vehicle and off to Kazanlak. We had our coffee in the centre

Read More

BookExpo America

Do not miss book expo america this may if you would like to
have breakfast with famous actors and their new books in new york city!

An event that reverberates around the world and rivets all
eyes on new books and their authors, North America’s biggest book fair,
BookExpo America, is taking place this year May 24-26 at New York City’s Jacob
K. Javits Center. A different ‘breakfast with writers’ kicks off the morning of
each of the fair’s three days. What’s more, there are some celebrated Hollywood
personalities among the writers taking part. The Children’s Book Writers’
Breakfast on Tuesday, May 24th, for example, is being moderated by Julianne
Moore, author of “Freckleface Strawberry:

Best Friends Forever”. And among the authors being presented
on the morning of Wednesday, the 25th, you may come across Diane Keaton and her
book.

Print media andsocial media under the same roof

Another distinction of this year’s BookExpo

Read More

Goethe

Sb, goethe, goethe.

This is me that absolutely must roned at any reference to
german culture. So let it be mentioned here!

It is true too, let’s face it: There’s nobody quite like
Goethe. The dramas, like ‘Dr. Faustus’ and ‘Gotz von Berlichingen’(The Knight
with the Iron Hand), of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832) are still
performed in theaters today. His poems and novels like The Sorrows of Young
Werther are still printed and even read.

But it is not the works he produced as poet, writer,
theorist and natural scientist that make him such an absolute sine qua non.
With his universality and holistic view of nature, Goethe rose above the
Catholic-Protestant conflict in which Central Europe had been locked since the
16th century and above the debates between clerics and men of the Enlightenment
that were added to it in the 18th century, to become a towering figure who blazed
new paths in German culture. Naturally Goethe did not acco

Read More

Taner Alakus

Prof. Dr. Cicek Derman

Art comes into being when training, effort and patience
interlock. In our traditional arts especially, the purpose of art is not to
produce works but to turn ourselves into a work of art that will enhance our
moral character. If art is made with the joy and ardor of worship, the result
will be magnificent.

Taner Alakus

Art is the spiritual connection between teacher and student.
Just as art is the sultan of the spirit, so the practicing artist must be the
humblest among those spirits. Art is the artist’s own paradise.

Yrd. Doc. Huseyin gunduz

For art lovers and calligraphy buffs, a beautiful
inscription is a beautiful picture. For the artist who creates the work, it
reflects his inner world on paper in lines, shapes, colors and beautiful words.
Calligraphy is a language. It gives rise to a silent communication between people
whether they know that language or not.

Islam Secen

Read More

Italian Pasta

Italians have accorded pasta prominent status in their many
regional cuisines.

One of the first foodstuffs to be manufactured commercially,
pasta is universally popular. No one knows for sure when pasta entered the
cuisines of the world or who invented it. But the Italians can certainly be
credited with developing its manifold varieties and spreading them around the
world. Every form of dough that is rolled thin and cooked on a hot metal
surface can be regarded as a forerunner of pasta.

According to researchers on the subject, it is highly
probable that pasta emerged around the same time in all parts of the world
where flat bread was made. Perceiving as well-nigh miraculous the benefits of
yeast for adding volume to bread made with flour in times when it was almost
impossible to find economical foodstuffs that also kept well, mankind developed
some extraordinary religious rituals revolving around yeast. In her ‘Dictionary
of Ottoman Cuisine’, Priscilla Mary I

Read More

Vegetarians special taste

Special tastes for vegetarians

We also didn’t forget about our vegetarian guests among our
rich menus. Vegetarian meals, containing no animal by products, are being
prepared with fresh ingredients and all plant derived foods. Additionally,
Vegetarian Jain meals, which are prepared according to Jain customs, are also
one of our special meal alternatives.

About star alliance

The Star Alliance network was established in 1997 as the
first truly global airline alliance to offer worldwide reach, recognition and
seamless service to the international traveler. Its acceptance by the market
has been recognized by numerous awards, including the Air Transport World
Market Leadership Award, Best Airline Alliance by both Business Traveler
Magazine and Skytrax. The member airlines are: Adria Airways, Aegean Airlines,

Air Canada, Air China, Air New Zealand, ANA, Asiana Airlines,
Austrian, Bluelbmi, Bmssels Airlines, Continental Airlines, Croatia Airline

Read More

About Ataturk

For more information about the 20th quality convention and its program.

Held since 2007, amberFestival is Turkey’s first festival of electronic an. Organized around a specific theoretical concept every year, amberFestival has as this year’s theme, Next Ecology. For more information about this festival, November 4 to 13:

Making a big splash last year when it screened the award-winning film Logorama, which captured the Oscar for Best Short Animation Film in 2010, the Istanbul Animation Festival is awaiting animated film buffs again November 22 to 27.

Another small festival that manages to attract participants from countries all over the world is the Istanbul Short Film Festival, which also includes an international competition. For more information about this festival that is welcoming short film buffs November 23 to 30:

What they have said about Ataturk

Franklin Delano Roosevelt, U.S. President 1937

“I obtained inf

Read More

Diet

Wednesday

Breakfast Cut 1 boiled egg into four equal parts and season with very little olive oil, a little cumin, a little black pepper and red pepper flakes +1 slice of rye bread and plenty of parsley

Lunch: 1 small plate of pasta with minced meat +1 bowl low-fat yogurt + green salad with a little oil Afternoon: 2 scoops of vanilla or plain ice-cream Dinner: 1 bowl of functional detox soup +1 thin slice of rye bread + plenty of tomato and sliced cucumber Before bed: 1 peach or 1 nectarine

Functional detox soup Cook 5-6 washed fresh asparagus, 2-3 cloves of garlic, 1/2 cauliflower, 1 fresh pearl onion, 1/4 chicken breast in 1/2 cup of chicken stock, without adding oil and blend.

Thursday

Breakfast: 1 glass of fresh juice of a desired fruit +1 slice of cheese +1 slice of whole-wheat bread + plenty of tomatoes and cucumbers

Lunch: 1 bowl of Antioch-style lentils or instant soup with tomatoes or noodles +1 thin slice of wh

Read More

Soup diet

The way to lose weight is to increase the distance between energy intake and energy expenditure. Low-energy soups are more filling as they repress the hunger center. According to nutritionist and diet expert Selahattin Donmez, the soup diet will enable you to lose six kilograms in one month providing prevention against chronic illnesses, preventing dryness of the skin by increasing water in the body, and decreasing tension in the stomach. There is no other type of food offering such high nutritional value and is so filling in one meal. We recommend consuming a variety of healthy salads and the same goes for soups. For 10 years, I have started my afternoon and evening meals with a bowl of soup. Because you eat soup with a spoon and chew, it starts making you feel full in your mouth. And because it coats the stomach lining with a warm wave it prevents acid production in the stomach. It prepares the stomach for the digestion of the rest of the meal.

Does soup have any benefit

Read More

North Koptos

“He turned to the haven, and sailed down, and delayed not in the north of Koptos. When he was come to the place where we fell into the river, he said to his heart: ‘shall I not better turn back again to Koptos that I may lie by them? For, if not, when I go down to Memphis, and the King asks after his children, what shall I say to him? Can I tell him, “I have taken your children to the Thebaid, and killed them, while I remained alive, and I have come to Memphis still alive”?

Then he made them bring him a linen cloth of striped byssus; he made a band, bound the book firmly, and tied it upon him. Na.nefer.ka.ptah then went out of the awning of the royal boat and fell into the river. He cried on Ra; and all those who were on the bank made an outcry, saying: ‘Great woe! Sad woe! Is he lost, that good scribe and able man that has no equal?’

“The royal boat went on, without anyone on earth knowing where Na.nefer.ka.ptah was. It went on to Memphis, and they

Read More

Travel Bulgaria

A temptation to travel Bulgaria to see the Monastery and its unique architecture

Travel Bulgaria – The Rila Monastery – unity of spirituality, culture and nature…

travel bulgaria rila monestery

The Monastery has a unique architecture and takes about 8800 sq.m. When one looks from outside, it resembles a fortress. Due to its 24-metre stone walls, the Monastery has the shape of an irregular pentagon. Once the visitor travel Bulgaria is in, though, they are impressed by its architecture. Impressive arches and colonnades, covered wooden stairs and carved verandas…

St. Ivan of Rila

The hermit St. Ivan of Rila founded the monastery during the rule of Tsar Peter I. It is normal that the monastery bears the hermit’s name. Actually the hermit lived

Read More

Arabian bazaar

A typical Arabian bazaar

Souq Waqif is among the places that represent the city’s cultural and historical aspects.

There are different jewelries, earthenware, silk and spices in this bazaar. In the past, the Bedouin would trade sheep, goat and wool with other materials here. Nowadays, the area is being rearranged aiming for the outlook of a ‘souq’ (bazaar) of the 19th century. Souq Waqif is a typical Arabian bazaar. One can walk along its passages composing of corridors, check out categorized products, spice shops, clothier and gift shops. There are also many restaurants and hookah cafes here. Enjoy drinking tea at the cafes, watch football videos on big screens. Another bazaar that is worth seeing is the Omani Souq, which is located at the Haloul Street. This place is ideal for incense stick and wattle basket shopping. Gold Souq is another bazaar where you can shop for gold and jewelry.

On the trail of Islamic culture

Museum of Islami

Read More

Cold Winter

WHO SAYS WINTER IS COLD?

Here are a few tips for those who keep thinking ‘ about what to wear in these days when winter started to make clear its arrival and summer clothing is laid aside… Do not give up on summer’s warm shades, because this winter will not be as cold as you think!

Comfort is always number one…

Striped pieces, jean vest and jackets, jump suits, baggy trousers… Mango goes for comfort in designs this year. If you want elegance and comfort at the same time, check out these colorful designs. Leopard pattern and colors like yellow, blue, red, beige and black are up this season. Accessories are artsy as usual; complete your creat

Read More

Medicine and Art

How the medicine and the art can be related to each other? The last edition of the magazine “P” which elaborates carefully the topics chosen also carefully, expose the artistic dimension of the medicine joined with the visual examples.

The most ancient documents

The human bones and the surgical instruments found in the illustrations on the walls of the caves and during the diggings show that the practices of medicine are as old as the human history. The reliefs carved in the stones in the old eras, the medical equipment and the illustrated books of the Middle Age have been certainly not created for the sake of art. But these works bring together the medical scientific men and the artists. For example, the most ancient documents

Read More

Ancient Egypt

INTRODUCTION

In determining the development of the short story in Egypt, it is necessary to study the inscriptions on papyri and stone monuments, a process which the archaeologists are better fitted to accomplish than the literary historians, for there appears to have been little development in the form, and the earliest do not differ radically from the later stories, such as the two here included.

The few Egyptian tales that have survived may date back as early as the Thirtieth Century B.C. So far as can be determined, they are indigenously Egyptian, having Egyptian names, backgrounds, and customs. They are not only an invaluable commentary on the lives of the men of those times, but also genuinely moving and interesting stories.

Read More

Bulgaria Private Tours – Kazanlak Tour with rose picking for lovely Dutch people

Twelve happy and lovely Dutch people (six couples and twelve friends) left The Netherlands to visit my beautiful and friendly country, Bulgaria. They also joind one of our Bulgaria Private Tours.

We met on Friday, 20.05, the day of their Bulgaria Private Tours, Kazanlak. They travelled from Plovdiv and I was waiting for them in the village of Tarnichane, at the rose distillery. Some rose picking (well, it wasn’t as early as 5 am – Bulgaria Private Toursthe usual time to start the picking up), good and detailed information about the different oleaginous roses, the process of distilling and making rose oil and rose water, etc. Everything was fine but we missed the usual 10:30 coffee break. Back to our vehicle and off to Kazanlak. We had our coffee in the centre

Read More

BookExpo America

Do not miss book expo america this may if you would like to
have breakfast with famous actors and their new books in new york city!

An event that reverberates around the world and rivets all
eyes on new books and their authors, North America’s biggest book fair,
BookExpo America, is taking place this year May 24-26 at New York City’s Jacob
K. Javits Center. A different ‘breakfast with writers’ kicks off the morning of
each of the fair’s three days. What’s more, there are some celebrated Hollywood
personalities among the writers taking part. The Children’s Book Writers’
Breakfast on Tuesday, May 24th, for example, is being moderated by Julianne
Moore, author of “Freckleface Strawberry:

Best Friends Forever”. And among the authors being presented
on the morning of Wednesday, the 25th, you may come across Diane Keaton and her
book.

Print media andsocial media under the same roof

Another distinction of this year’s BookExpo

Read More

Goethe

Sb, goethe, goethe.

This is me that absolutely must roned at any reference to
german culture. So let it be mentioned here!

It is true too, let’s face it: There’s nobody quite like
Goethe. The dramas, like ‘Dr. Faustus’ and ‘Gotz von Berlichingen’(The Knight
with the Iron Hand), of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832) are still
performed in theaters today. His poems and novels like The Sorrows of Young
Werther are still printed and even read.

But it is not the works he produced as poet, writer,
theorist and natural scientist that make him such an absolute sine qua non.
With his universality and holistic view of nature, Goethe rose above the
Catholic-Protestant conflict in which Central Europe had been locked since the
16th century and above the debates between clerics and men of the Enlightenment
that were added to it in the 18th century, to become a towering figure who blazed
new paths in German culture. Naturally Goethe did not acco

Read More

Taner Alakus

Prof. Dr. Cicek Derman

Art comes into being when training, effort and patience
interlock. In our traditional arts especially, the purpose of art is not to
produce works but to turn ourselves into a work of art that will enhance our
moral character. If art is made with the joy and ardor of worship, the result
will be magnificent.

Taner Alakus

Art is the spiritual connection between teacher and student.
Just as art is the sultan of the spirit, so the practicing artist must be the
humblest among those spirits. Art is the artist’s own paradise.

Yrd. Doc. Huseyin gunduz

For art lovers and calligraphy buffs, a beautiful
inscription is a beautiful picture. For the artist who creates the work, it
reflects his inner world on paper in lines, shapes, colors and beautiful words.
Calligraphy is a language. It gives rise to a silent communication between people
whether they know that language or not.

Islam Secen

Read More

Italian Pasta

Italians have accorded pasta prominent status in their many
regional cuisines.

One of the first foodstuffs to be manufactured commercially,
pasta is universally popular. No one knows for sure when pasta entered the
cuisines of the world or who invented it. But the Italians can certainly be
credited with developing its manifold varieties and spreading them around the
world. Every form of dough that is rolled thin and cooked on a hot metal
surface can be regarded as a forerunner of pasta.

According to researchers on the subject, it is highly
probable that pasta emerged around the same time in all parts of the world
where flat bread was made. Perceiving as well-nigh miraculous the benefits of
yeast for adding volume to bread made with flour in times when it was almost
impossible to find economical foodstuffs that also kept well, mankind developed
some extraordinary religious rituals revolving around yeast. In her ‘Dictionary
of Ottoman Cuisine’, Priscilla Mary I

Read More

Vegetarians special taste

Special tastes for vegetarians

We also didn’t forget about our vegetarian guests among our
rich menus. Vegetarian meals, containing no animal by products, are being
prepared with fresh ingredients and all plant derived foods. Additionally,
Vegetarian Jain meals, which are prepared according to Jain customs, are also
one of our special meal alternatives.

About star alliance

The Star Alliance network was established in 1997 as the
first truly global airline alliance to offer worldwide reach, recognition and
seamless service to the international traveler. Its acceptance by the market
has been recognized by numerous awards, including the Air Transport World
Market Leadership Award, Best Airline Alliance by both Business Traveler
Magazine and Skytrax. The member airlines are: Adria Airways, Aegean Airlines,

Air Canada, Air China, Air New Zealand, ANA, Asiana Airlines,
Austrian, Bluelbmi, Bmssels Airlines, Continental Airlines, Croatia Airline

Read More

About Ataturk

For more information about the 20th quality convention and its program.

Held since 2007, amberFestival is Turkey’s first festival of electronic an. Organized around a specific theoretical concept every year, amberFestival has as this year’s theme, Next Ecology. For more information about this festival, November 4 to 13:

Making a big splash last year when it screened the award-winning film Logorama, which captured the Oscar for Best Short Animation Film in 2010, the Istanbul Animation Festival is awaiting animated film buffs again November 22 to 27.

Another small festival that manages to attract participants from countries all over the world is the Istanbul Short Film Festival, which also includes an international competition. For more information about this festival that is welcoming short film buffs November 23 to 30:

What they have said about Ataturk

Franklin Delano Roosevelt, U.S. President 1937

“I obtained inf

Read More

Diet

Wednesday

Breakfast Cut 1 boiled egg into four equal parts and season with very little olive oil, a little cumin, a little black pepper and red pepper flakes +1 slice of rye bread and plenty of parsley

Lunch: 1 small plate of pasta with minced meat +1 bowl low-fat yogurt + green salad with a little oil Afternoon: 2 scoops of vanilla or plain ice-cream Dinner: 1 bowl of functional detox soup +1 thin slice of rye bread + plenty of tomato and sliced cucumber Before bed: 1 peach or 1 nectarine

Functional detox soup Cook 5-6 washed fresh asparagus, 2-3 cloves of garlic, 1/2 cauliflower, 1 fresh pearl onion, 1/4 chicken breast in 1/2 cup of chicken stock, without adding oil and blend.

Thursday

Breakfast: 1 glass of fresh juice of a desired fruit +1 slice of cheese +1 slice of whole-wheat bread + plenty of tomatoes and cucumbers

Lunch: 1 bowl of Antioch-style lentils or instant soup with tomatoes or noodles +1 thin slice of wh

Read More

Soup diet

The way to lose weight is to increase the distance between energy intake and energy expenditure. Low-energy soups are more filling as they repress the hunger center. According to nutritionist and diet expert Selahattin Donmez, the soup diet will enable you to lose six kilograms in one month providing prevention against chronic illnesses, preventing dryness of the skin by increasing water in the body, and decreasing tension in the stomach. There is no other type of food offering such high nutritional value and is so filling in one meal. We recommend consuming a variety of healthy salads and the same goes for soups. For 10 years, I have started my afternoon and evening meals with a bowl of soup. Because you eat soup with a spoon and chew, it starts making you feel full in your mouth. And because it coats the stomach lining with a warm wave it prevents acid production in the stomach. It prepares the stomach for the digestion of the rest of the meal.

Does soup have any benefit

Read More

North Koptos

“He turned to the haven, and sailed down, and delayed not in the north of Koptos. When he was come to the place where we fell into the river, he said to his heart: ‘shall I not better turn back again to Koptos that I may lie by them? For, if not, when I go down to Memphis, and the King asks after his children, what shall I say to him? Can I tell him, “I have taken your children to the Thebaid, and killed them, while I remained alive, and I have come to Memphis still alive”?

Then he made them bring him a linen cloth of striped byssus; he made a band, bound the book firmly, and tied it upon him. Na.nefer.ka.ptah then went out of the awning of the royal boat and fell into the river. He cried on Ra; and all those who were on the bank made an outcry, saying: ‘Great woe! Sad woe! Is he lost, that good scribe and able man that has no equal?’

“The royal boat went on, without anyone on earth knowing where Na.nefer.ka.ptah was. It went on to Memphis, and they

Read More

Travel Bulgaria

A temptation to travel Bulgaria to see the Monastery and its unique architecture

Travel Bulgaria – The Rila Monastery – unity of spirituality, culture and nature…

travel bulgaria rila monestery

The Monastery has a unique architecture and takes about 8800 sq.m. When one looks from outside, it resembles a fortress. Due to its 24-metre stone walls, the Monastery has the shape of an irregular pentagon. Once the visitor travel Bulgaria is in, though, they are impressed by its architecture. Impressive arches and colonnades, covered wooden stairs and carved verandas…

St. Ivan of Rila

The hermit St. Ivan of Rila founded the monastery during the rule of Tsar Peter I. It is normal that the monastery bears the hermit’s name. Actually the hermit lived

Read More

Arabian bazaar

A typical Arabian bazaar

Souq Waqif is among the places that represent the city’s cultural and historical aspects.

There are different jewelries, earthenware, silk and spices in this bazaar. In the past, the Bedouin would trade sheep, goat and wool with other materials here. Nowadays, the area is being rearranged aiming for the outlook of a ‘souq’ (bazaar) of the 19th century. Souq Waqif is a typical Arabian bazaar. One can walk along its passages composing of corridors, check out categorized products, spice shops, clothier and gift shops. There are also many restaurants and hookah cafes here. Enjoy drinking tea at the cafes, watch football videos on big screens. Another bazaar that is worth seeing is the Omani Souq, which is located at the Haloul Street. This place is ideal for incense stick and wattle basket shopping. Gold Souq is another bazaar where you can shop for gold and jewelry.

On the trail of Islamic culture

Museum of Islami

Read More

Cold Winter

WHO SAYS WINTER IS COLD?

Here are a few tips for those who keep thinking ‘ about what to wear in these days when winter started to make clear its arrival and summer clothing is laid aside… Do not give up on summer’s warm shades, because this winter will not be as cold as you think!

Comfort is always number one…

Striped pieces, jean vest and jackets, jump suits, baggy trousers… Mango goes for comfort in designs this year. If you want elegance and comfort at the same time, check out these colorful designs. Leopard pattern and colors like yellow, blue, red, beige and black are up this season. Accessories are artsy as usual; complete your creat

Read More

Medicine and Art

How the medicine and the art can be related to each other? The last edition of the magazine “P” which elaborates carefully the topics chosen also carefully, expose the artistic dimension of the medicine joined with the visual examples.

The most ancient documents

The human bones and the surgical instruments found in the illustrations on the walls of the caves and during the diggings show that the practices of medicine are as old as the human history. The reliefs carved in the stones in the old eras, the medical equipment and the illustrated books of the Middle Age have been certainly not created for the sake of art. But these works bring together the medical scientific men and the artists. For example, the most ancient documents

Read More

Ancient Egypt

INTRODUCTION

In determining the development of the short story in Egypt, it is necessary to study the inscriptions on papyri and stone monuments, a process which the archaeologists are better fitted to accomplish than the literary historians, for there appears to have been little development in the form, and the earliest do not differ radically from the later stories, such as the two here included.

The few Egyptian tales that have survived may date back as early as the Thirtieth Century B.C. So far as can be determined, they are indigenously Egyptian, having Egyptian names, backgrounds, and customs. They are not only an invaluable commentary on the lives of the men of those times, but also genuinely moving and interesting stories.

Read More

Bulgaria Private Tours – Kazanlak Tour with rose picking for lovely Dutch people

Twelve happy and lovely Dutch people (six couples and twelve friends) left The Netherlands to visit my beautiful and friendly country, Bulgaria. They also joind one of our Bulgaria Private Tours.

We met on Friday, 20.05, the day of their Bulgaria Private Tours, Kazanlak. They travelled from Plovdiv and I was waiting for them in the village of Tarnichane, at the rose distillery. Some rose picking (well, it wasn’t as early as 5 am – Bulgaria Private Toursthe usual time to start the picking up), good and detailed information about the different oleaginous roses, the process of distilling and making rose oil and rose water, etc. Everything was fine but we missed the usual 10:30 coffee break. Back to our vehicle and off to Kazanlak. We had our coffee in the centre

Read More

BookExpo America

Do not miss book expo america this may if you would like to
have breakfast with famous actors and their new books in new york city!

An event that reverberates around the world and rivets all
eyes on new books and their authors, North America’s biggest book fair,
BookExpo America, is taking place this year May 24-26 at New York City’s Jacob
K. Javits Center. A different ‘breakfast with writers’ kicks off the morning of
each of the fair’s three days. What’s more, there are some celebrated Hollywood
personalities among the writers taking part. The Children’s Book Writers’
Breakfast on Tuesday, May 24th, for example, is being moderated by Julianne
Moore, author of “Freckleface Strawberry:

Best Friends Forever”. And among the authors being presented
on the morning of Wednesday, the 25th, you may come across Diane Keaton and her
book.

Print media andsocial media under the same roof

Another distinction of this year’s BookExpo

Read More

Goethe

Sb, goethe, goethe.

This is me that absolutely must roned at any reference to
german culture. So let it be mentioned here!

It is true too, let’s face it: There’s nobody quite like
Goethe. The dramas, like ‘Dr. Faustus’ and ‘Gotz von Berlichingen’(The Knight
with the Iron Hand), of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832) are still
performed in theaters today. His poems and novels like The Sorrows of Young
Werther are still printed and even read.

But it is not the works he produced as poet, writer,
theorist and natural scientist that make him such an absolute sine qua non.
With his universality and holistic view of nature, Goethe rose above the
Catholic-Protestant conflict in which Central Europe had been locked since the
16th century and above the debates between clerics and men of the Enlightenment
that were added to it in the 18th century, to become a towering figure who blazed
new paths in German culture. Naturally Goethe did not acco

Read More

Taner Alakus

Prof. Dr. Cicek Derman

Art comes into being when training, effort and patience
interlock. In our traditional arts especially, the purpose of art is not to
produce works but to turn ourselves into a work of art that will enhance our
moral character. If art is made with the joy and ardor of worship, the result
will be magnificent.

Taner Alakus

Art is the spiritual connection between teacher and student.
Just as art is the sultan of the spirit, so the practicing artist must be the
humblest among those spirits. Art is the artist’s own paradise.

Yrd. Doc. Huseyin gunduz

For art lovers and calligraphy buffs, a beautiful
inscription is a beautiful picture. For the artist who creates the work, it
reflects his inner world on paper in lines, shapes, colors and beautiful words.
Calligraphy is a language. It gives rise to a silent communication between people
whether they know that language or not.

Islam Secen

Read More

Italian Pasta

Italians have accorded pasta prominent status in their many
regional cuisines.

One of the first foodstuffs to be manufactured commercially,
pasta is universally popular. No one knows for sure when pasta entered the
cuisines of the world or who invented it. But the Italians can certainly be
credited with developing its manifold varieties and spreading them around the
world. Every form of dough that is rolled thin and cooked on a hot metal
surface can be regarded as a forerunner of pasta.

According to researchers on the subject, it is highly
probable that pasta emerged around the same time in all parts of the world
where flat bread was made. Perceiving as well-nigh miraculous the benefits of
yeast for adding volume to bread made with flour in times when it was almost
impossible to find economical foodstuffs that also kept well, mankind developed
some extraordinary religious rituals revolving around yeast. In her ‘Dictionary
of Ottoman Cuisine’, Priscilla Mary I

Read More

Vegetarians special taste

Special tastes for vegetarians

We also didn’t forget about our vegetarian guests among our
rich menus. Vegetarian meals, containing no animal by products, are being
prepared with fresh ingredients and all plant derived foods. Additionally,
Vegetarian Jain meals, which are prepared according to Jain customs, are also
one of our special meal alternatives.

About star alliance

The Star Alliance network was established in 1997 as the
first truly global airline alliance to offer worldwide reach, recognition and
seamless service to the international traveler. Its acceptance by the market
has been recognized by numerous awards, including the Air Transport World
Market Leadership Award, Best Airline Alliance by both Business Traveler
Magazine and Skytrax. The member airlines are: Adria Airways, Aegean Airlines,

Air Canada, Air China, Air New Zealand, ANA, Asiana Airlines,
Austrian, Bluelbmi, Bmssels Airlines, Continental Airlines, Croatia Airline

Read More

About Ataturk

For more information about the 20th quality convention and its program.

Held since 2007, amberFestival is Turkey’s first festival of electronic an. Organized around a specific theoretical concept every year, amberFestival has as this year’s theme, Next Ecology. For more information about this festival, November 4 to 13:

Making a big splash last year when it screened the award-winning film Logorama, which captured the Oscar for Best Short Animation Film in 2010, the Istanbul Animation Festival is awaiting animated film buffs again November 22 to 27.

Another small festival that manages to attract participants from countries all over the world is the Istanbul Short Film Festival, which also includes an international competition. For more information about this festival that is welcoming short film buffs November 23 to 30:

What they have said about Ataturk

Franklin Delano Roosevelt, U.S. President 1937

“I obtained inf

Read More

Diet

Wednesday

Breakfast Cut 1 boiled egg into four equal parts and season with very little olive oil, a little cumin, a little black pepper and red pepper flakes +1 slice of rye bread and plenty of parsley

Lunch: 1 small plate of pasta with minced meat +1 bowl low-fat yogurt + green salad with a little oil Afternoon: 2 scoops of vanilla or plain ice-cream Dinner: 1 bowl of functional detox soup +1 thin slice of rye bread + plenty of tomato and sliced cucumber Before bed: 1 peach or 1 nectarine

Functional detox soup Cook 5-6 washed fresh asparagus, 2-3 cloves of garlic, 1/2 cauliflower, 1 fresh pearl onion, 1/4 chicken breast in 1/2 cup of chicken stock, without adding oil and blend.

Thursday

Breakfast: 1 glass of fresh juice of a desired fruit +1 slice of cheese +1 slice of whole-wheat bread + plenty of tomatoes and cucumbers

Lunch: 1 bowl of Antioch-style lentils or instant soup with tomatoes or noodles +1 thin slice of wh

Read More

Soup diet

The way to lose weight is to increase the distance between energy intake and energy expenditure. Low-energy soups are more filling as they repress the hunger center. According to nutritionist and diet expert Selahattin Donmez, the soup diet will enable you to lose six kilograms in one month providing prevention against chronic illnesses, preventing dryness of the skin by increasing water in the body, and decreasing tension in the stomach. There is no other type of food offering such high nutritional value and is so filling in one meal. We recommend consuming a variety of healthy salads and the same goes for soups. For 10 years, I have started my afternoon and evening meals with a bowl of soup. Because you eat soup with a spoon and chew, it starts making you feel full in your mouth. And because it coats the stomach lining with a warm wave it prevents acid production in the stomach. It prepares the stomach for the digestion of the rest of the meal.

Does soup have any benefit

Read More

North Koptos

“He turned to the haven, and sailed down, and delayed not in the north of Koptos. When he was come to the place where we fell into the river, he said to his heart: ‘shall I not better turn back again to Koptos that I may lie by them? For, if not, when I go down to Memphis, and the King asks after his children, what shall I say to him? Can I tell him, “I have taken your children to the Thebaid, and killed them, while I remained alive, and I have come to Memphis still alive”?

Then he made them bring him a linen cloth of striped byssus; he made a band, bound the book firmly, and tied it upon him. Na.nefer.ka.ptah then went out of the awning of the royal boat and fell into the river. He cried on Ra; and all those who were on the bank made an outcry, saying: ‘Great woe! Sad woe! Is he lost, that good scribe and able man that has no equal?’

“The royal boat went on, without anyone on earth knowing where Na.nefer.ka.ptah was. It went on to Memphis, and they

Read More

Travel Bulgaria

A temptation to travel Bulgaria to see the Monastery and its unique architecture

Travel Bulgaria – The Rila Monastery – unity of spirituality, culture and nature…

travel bulgaria rila monestery

The Monastery has a unique architecture and takes about 8800 sq.m. When one looks from outside, it resembles a fortress. Due to its 24-metre stone walls, the Monastery has the shape of an irregular pentagon. Once the visitor travel Bulgaria is in, though, they are impressed by its architecture. Impressive arches and colonnades, covered wooden stairs and carved verandas…

St. Ivan of Rila

The hermit St. Ivan of Rila founded the monastery during the rule of Tsar Peter I. It is normal that the monastery bears the hermit’s name. Actually the hermit lived

Read More

Arabian bazaar

A typical Arabian bazaar

Souq Waqif is among the places that represent the city’s cultural and historical aspects.

There are different jewelries, earthenware, silk and spices in this bazaar. In the past, the Bedouin would trade sheep, goat and wool with other materials here. Nowadays, the area is being rearranged aiming for the outlook of a ‘souq’ (bazaar) of the 19th century. Souq Waqif is a typical Arabian bazaar. One can walk along its passages composing of corridors, check out categorized products, spice shops, clothier and gift shops. There are also many restaurants and hookah cafes here. Enjoy drinking tea at the cafes, watch football videos on big screens. Another bazaar that is worth seeing is the Omani Souq, which is located at the Haloul Street. This place is ideal for incense stick and wattle basket shopping. Gold Souq is another bazaar where you can shop for gold and jewelry.

On the trail of Islamic culture

Museum of Islami

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Cold Winter

WHO SAYS WINTER IS COLD?

Here are a few tips for those who keep thinking ‘ about what to wear in these days when winter started to make clear its arrival and summer clothing is laid aside… Do not give up on summer’s warm shades, because this winter will not be as cold as you think!

Comfort is always number one…

Striped pieces, jean vest and jackets, jump suits, baggy trousers… Mango goes for comfort in designs this year. If you want elegance and comfort at the same time, check out these colorful designs. Leopard pattern and colors like yellow, blue, red, beige and black are up this season. Accessories are artsy as usual; complete your creat

Read More

Medicine and Art

How the medicine and the art can be related to each other? The last edition of the magazine “P” which elaborates carefully the topics chosen also carefully, expose the artistic dimension of the medicine joined with the visual examples.

The most ancient documents

The human bones and the surgical instruments found in the illustrations on the walls of the caves and during the diggings show that the practices of medicine are as old as the human history. The reliefs carved in the stones in the old eras, the medical equipment and the illustrated books of the Middle Age have been certainly not created for the sake of art. But these works bring together the medical scientific men and the artists. For example, the most ancient documents

Read More

Ancient Egypt

INTRODUCTION

In determining the development of the short story in Egypt, it is necessary to study the inscriptions on papyri and stone monuments, a process which the archaeologists are better fitted to accomplish than the literary historians, for there appears to have been little development in the form, and the earliest do not differ radically from the later stories, such as the two here included.

The few Egyptian tales that have survived may date back as early as the Thirtieth Century B.C. So far as can be determined, they are indigenously Egyptian, having Egyptian names, backgrounds, and customs. They are not only an invaluable commentary on the lives of the men of those times, but also genuinely moving and interesting stories.

Read More

Bulgaria Private Tours – Kazanlak Tour with rose picking for lovely Dutch people

Twelve happy and lovely Dutch people (six couples and twelve friends) left The Netherlands to visit my beautiful and friendly country, Bulgaria. They also joind one of our Bulgaria Private Tours.

We met on Friday, 20.05, the day of their Bulgaria Private Tours, Kazanlak. They travelled from Plovdiv and I was waiting for them in the village of Tarnichane, at the rose distillery. Some rose picking (well, it wasn’t as early as 5 am – Bulgaria Private Toursthe usual time to start the picking up), good and detailed information about the different oleaginous roses, the process of distilling and making rose oil and rose water, etc. Everything was fine but we missed the usual 10:30 coffee break. Back to our vehicle and off to Kazanlak. We had our coffee in the centre

Read More

BookExpo America

Do not miss book expo america this may if you would like to
have breakfast with famous actors and their new books in new york city!

An event that reverberates around the world and rivets all
eyes on new books and their authors, North America’s biggest book fair,
BookExpo America, is taking place this year May 24-26 at New York City’s Jacob
K. Javits Center. A different ‘breakfast with writers’ kicks off the morning of
each of the fair’s three days. What’s more, there are some celebrated Hollywood
personalities among the writers taking part. The Children’s Book Writers’
Breakfast on Tuesday, May 24th, for example, is being moderated by Julianne
Moore, author of “Freckleface Strawberry:

Best Friends Forever”. And among the authors being presented
on the morning of Wednesday, the 25th, you may come across Diane Keaton and her
book.

Print media andsocial media under the same roof

Another distinction of this year’s BookExpo

Read More

Goethe

Sb, goethe, goethe.

This is me that absolutely must roned at any reference to
german culture. So let it be mentioned here!

It is true too, let’s face it: There’s nobody quite like
Goethe. The dramas, like ‘Dr. Faustus’ and ‘Gotz von Berlichingen’(The Knight
with the Iron Hand), of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832) are still
performed in theaters today. His poems and novels like The Sorrows of Young
Werther are still printed and even read.

But it is not the works he produced as poet, writer,
theorist and natural scientist that make him such an absolute sine qua non.
With his universality and holistic view of nature, Goethe rose above the
Catholic-Protestant conflict in which Central Europe had been locked since the
16th century and above the debates between clerics and men of the Enlightenment
that were added to it in the 18th century, to become a towering figure who blazed
new paths in German culture. Naturally Goethe did not acco

Read More

Taner Alakus

Prof. Dr. Cicek Derman

Art comes into being when training, effort and patience
interlock. In our traditional arts especially, the purpose of art is not to
produce works but to turn ourselves into a work of art that will enhance our
moral character. If art is made with the joy and ardor of worship, the result
will be magnificent.

Taner Alakus

Art is the spiritual connection between teacher and student.
Just as art is the sultan of the spirit, so the practicing artist must be the
humblest among those spirits. Art is the artist’s own paradise.

Yrd. Doc. Huseyin gunduz

For art lovers and calligraphy buffs, a beautiful
inscription is a beautiful picture. For the artist who creates the work, it
reflects his inner world on paper in lines, shapes, colors and beautiful words.
Calligraphy is a language. It gives rise to a silent communication between people
whether they know that language or not.

Islam Secen

Read More

Italian Pasta

Italians have accorded pasta prominent status in their many
regional cuisines.

One of the first foodstuffs to be manufactured commercially,
pasta is universally popular. No one knows for sure when pasta entered the
cuisines of the world or who invented it. But the Italians can certainly be
credited with developing its manifold varieties and spreading them around the
world. Every form of dough that is rolled thin and cooked on a hot metal
surface can be regarded as a forerunner of pasta.

According to researchers on the subject, it is highly
probable that pasta emerged around the same time in all parts of the world
where flat bread was made. Perceiving as well-nigh miraculous the benefits of
yeast for adding volume to bread made with flour in times when it was almost
impossible to find economical foodstuffs that also kept well, mankind developed
some extraordinary religious rituals revolving around yeast. In her ‘Dictionary
of Ottoman Cuisine’, Priscilla Mary I

Read More

Vegetarians special taste

Special tastes for vegetarians

We also didn’t forget about our vegetarian guests among our
rich menus. Vegetarian meals, containing no animal by products, are being
prepared with fresh ingredients and all plant derived foods. Additionally,
Vegetarian Jain meals, which are prepared according to Jain customs, are also
one of our special meal alternatives.

About star alliance

The Star Alliance network was established in 1997 as the
first truly global airline alliance to offer worldwide reach, recognition and
seamless service to the international traveler. Its acceptance by the market
has been recognized by numerous awards, including the Air Transport World
Market Leadership Award, Best Airline Alliance by both Business Traveler
Magazine and Skytrax. The member airlines are: Adria Airways, Aegean Airlines,

Air Canada, Air China, Air New Zealand, ANA, Asiana Airlines,
Austrian, Bluelbmi, Bmssels Airlines, Continental Airlines, Croatia Airline

Read More

About Ataturk

For more information about the 20th quality convention and its program.

Held since 2007, amberFestival is Turkey’s first festival of electronic an. Organized around a specific theoretical concept every year, amberFestival has as this year’s theme, Next Ecology. For more information about this festival, November 4 to 13:

Making a big splash last year when it screened the award-winning film Logorama, which captured the Oscar for Best Short Animation Film in 2010, the Istanbul Animation Festival is awaiting animated film buffs again November 22 to 27.

Another small festival that manages to attract participants from countries all over the world is the Istanbul Short Film Festival, which also includes an international competition. For more information about this festival that is welcoming short film buffs November 23 to 30:

What they have said about Ataturk

Franklin Delano Roosevelt, U.S. President 1937

“I obtained inf

Read More

Diet

Wednesday

Breakfast Cut 1 boiled egg into four equal parts and season with very little olive oil, a little cumin, a little black pepper and red pepper flakes +1 slice of rye bread and plenty of parsley

Lunch: 1 small plate of pasta with minced meat +1 bowl low-fat yogurt + green salad with a little oil Afternoon: 2 scoops of vanilla or plain ice-cream Dinner: 1 bowl of functional detox soup +1 thin slice of rye bread + plenty of tomato and sliced cucumber Before bed: 1 peach or 1 nectarine

Functional detox soup Cook 5-6 washed fresh asparagus, 2-3 cloves of garlic, 1/2 cauliflower, 1 fresh pearl onion, 1/4 chicken breast in 1/2 cup of chicken stock, without adding oil and blend.

Thursday

Breakfast: 1 glass of fresh juice of a desired fruit +1 slice of cheese +1 slice of whole-wheat bread + plenty of tomatoes and cucumbers

Lunch: 1 bowl of Antioch-style lentils or instant soup with tomatoes or noodles +1 thin slice of wh

Read More

Soup diet

The way to lose weight is to increase the distance between energy intake and energy expenditure. Low-energy soups are more filling as they repress the hunger center. According to nutritionist and diet expert Selahattin Donmez, the soup diet will enable you to lose six kilograms in one month providing prevention against chronic illnesses, preventing dryness of the skin by increasing water in the body, and decreasing tension in the stomach. There is no other type of food offering such high nutritional value and is so filling in one meal. We recommend consuming a variety of healthy salads and the same goes for soups. For 10 years, I have started my afternoon and evening meals with a bowl of soup. Because you eat soup with a spoon and chew, it starts making you feel full in your mouth. And because it coats the stomach lining with a warm wave it prevents acid production in the stomach. It prepares the stomach for the digestion of the rest of the meal.

Does soup have any benefit

Read More

North Koptos

“He turned to the haven, and sailed down, and delayed not in the north of Koptos. When he was come to the place where we fell into the river, he said to his heart: ‘shall I not better turn back again to Koptos that I may lie by them? For, if not, when I go down to Memphis, and the King asks after his children, what shall I say to him? Can I tell him, “I have taken your children to the Thebaid, and killed them, while I remained alive, and I have come to Memphis still alive”?

Then he made them bring him a linen cloth of striped byssus; he made a band, bound the book firmly, and tied it upon him. Na.nefer.ka.ptah then went out of the awning of the royal boat and fell into the river. He cried on Ra; and all those who were on the bank made an outcry, saying: ‘Great woe! Sad woe! Is he lost, that good scribe and able man that has no equal?’

“The royal boat went on, without anyone on earth knowing where Na.nefer.ka.ptah was. It went on to Memphis, and they

Read More

Travel Bulgaria

A temptation to travel Bulgaria to see the Monastery and its unique architecture

Travel Bulgaria – The Rila Monastery – unity of spirituality, culture and nature…

travel bulgaria rila monestery

The Monastery has a unique architecture and takes about 8800 sq.m. When one looks from outside, it resembles a fortress. Due to its 24-metre stone walls, the Monastery has the shape of an irregular pentagon. Once the visitor travel Bulgaria is in, though, they are impressed by its architecture. Impressive arches and colonnades, covered wooden stairs and carved verandas…

St. Ivan of Rila

The hermit St. Ivan of Rila founded the monastery during the rule of Tsar Peter I. It is normal that the monastery bears the hermit’s name. Actually the hermit lived

Read More

Arabian bazaar

A typical Arabian bazaar

Souq Waqif is among the places that represent the city’s cultural and historical aspects.

There are different jewelries, earthenware, silk and spices in this bazaar. In the past, the Bedouin would trade sheep, goat and wool with other materials here. Nowadays, the area is being rearranged aiming for the outlook of a ‘souq’ (bazaar) of the 19th century. Souq Waqif is a typical Arabian bazaar. One can walk along its passages composing of corridors, check out categorized products, spice shops, clothier and gift shops. There are also many restaurants and hookah cafes here. Enjoy drinking tea at the cafes, watch football videos on big screens. Another bazaar that is worth seeing is the Omani Souq, which is located at the Haloul Street. This place is ideal for incense stick and wattle basket shopping. Gold Souq is another bazaar where you can shop for gold and jewelry.

On the trail of Islamic culture

Museum of Islami

Read More

Cold Winter

WHO SAYS WINTER IS COLD?

Here are a few tips for those who keep thinking ‘ about what to wear in these days when winter started to make clear its arrival and summer clothing is laid aside… Do not give up on summer’s warm shades, because this winter will not be as cold as you think!

Comfort is always number one…

Striped pieces, jean vest and jackets, jump suits, baggy trousers… Mango goes for comfort in designs this year. If you want elegance and comfort at the same time, check out these colorful designs. Leopard pattern and colors like yellow, blue, red, beige and black are up this season. Accessories are artsy as usual; complete your creat

Read More

Medicine and Art

How the medicine and the art can be related to each other? The last edition of the magazine “P” which elaborates carefully the topics chosen also carefully, expose the artistic dimension of the medicine joined with the visual examples.

The most ancient documents

The human bones and the surgical instruments found in the illustrations on the walls of the caves and during the diggings show that the practices of medicine are as old as the human history. The reliefs carved in the stones in the old eras, the medical equipment and the illustrated books of the Middle Age have been certainly not created for the sake of art. But these works bring together the medical scientific men and the artists. For example, the most ancient documents

Read More

Ancient Egypt

INTRODUCTION

In determining the development of the short story in Egypt, it is necessary to study the inscriptions on papyri and stone monuments, a process which the archaeologists are better fitted to accomplish than the literary historians, for there appears to have been little development in the form, and the earliest do not differ radically from the later stories, such as the two here included.

The few Egyptian tales that have survived may date back as early as the Thirtieth Century B.C. So far as can be determined, they are indigenously Egyptian, having Egyptian names, backgrounds, and customs. They are not only an invaluable commentary on the lives of the men of those times, but also genuinely moving and interesting stories.

Read More

Bulgaria Private Tours – Kazanlak Tour with rose picking for lovely Dutch people

Twelve happy and lovely Dutch people (six couples and twelve friends) left The Netherlands to visit my beautiful and friendly country, Bulgaria. They also joind one of our Bulgaria Private Tours.

We met on Friday, 20.05, the day of their Bulgaria Private Tours, Kazanlak. They travelled from Plovdiv and I was waiting for them in the village of Tarnichane, at the rose distillery. Some rose picking (well, it wasn’t as early as 5 am – Bulgaria Private Toursthe usual time to start the picking up), good and detailed information about the different oleaginous roses, the process of distilling and making rose oil and rose water, etc. Everything was fine but we missed the usual 10:30 coffee break. Back to our vehicle and off to Kazanlak. We had our coffee in the centre

Read More

BookExpo America

Do not miss book expo america this may if you would like to
have breakfast with famous actors and their new books in new york city!

An event that reverberates around the world and rivets all
eyes on new books and their authors, North America’s biggest book fair,
BookExpo America, is taking place this year May 24-26 at New York City’s Jacob
K. Javits Center. A different ‘breakfast with writers’ kicks off the morning of
each of the fair’s three days. What’s more, there are some celebrated Hollywood
personalities among the writers taking part. The Children’s Book Writers’
Breakfast on Tuesday, May 24th, for example, is being moderated by Julianne
Moore, author of “Freckleface Strawberry:

Best Friends Forever”. And among the authors being presented
on the morning of Wednesday, the 25th, you may come across Diane Keaton and her
book.

Print media andsocial media under the same roof

Another distinction of this year’s BookExpo

Read More

Goethe

Sb, goethe, goethe.

This is me that absolutely must roned at any reference to
german culture. So let it be mentioned here!

It is true too, let’s face it: There’s nobody quite like
Goethe. The dramas, like ‘Dr. Faustus’ and ‘Gotz von Berlichingen’(The Knight
with the Iron Hand), of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832) are still
performed in theaters today. His poems and novels like The Sorrows of Young
Werther are still printed and even read.

But it is not the works he produced as poet, writer,
theorist and natural scientist that make him such an absolute sine qua non.
With his universality and holistic view of nature, Goethe rose above the
Catholic-Protestant conflict in which Central Europe had been locked since the
16th century and above the debates between clerics and men of the Enlightenment
that were added to it in the 18th century, to become a towering figure who blazed
new paths in German culture. Naturally Goethe did not acco

Read More

Taner Alakus

Prof. Dr. Cicek Derman

Art comes into being when training, effort and patience
interlock. In our traditional arts especially, the purpose of art is not to
produce works but to turn ourselves into a work of art that will enhance our
moral character. If art is made with the joy and ardor of worship, the result
will be magnificent.

Taner Alakus

Art is the spiritual connection between teacher and student.
Just as art is the sultan of the spirit, so the practicing artist must be the
humblest among those spirits. Art is the artist’s own paradise.

Yrd. Doc. Huseyin gunduz

For art lovers and calligraphy buffs, a beautiful
inscription is a beautiful picture. For the artist who creates the work, it
reflects his inner world on paper in lines, shapes, colors and beautiful words.
Calligraphy is a language. It gives rise to a silent communication between people
whether they know that language or not.

Islam Secen

Read More

Italian Pasta

Italians have accorded pasta prominent status in their many
regional cuisines.

One of the first foodstuffs to be manufactured commercially,
pasta is universally popular. No one knows for sure when pasta entered the
cuisines of the world or who invented it. But the Italians can certainly be
credited with developing its manifold varieties and spreading them around the
world. Every form of dough that is rolled thin and cooked on a hot metal
surface can be regarded as a forerunner of pasta.

According to researchers on the subject, it is highly
probable that pasta emerged around the same time in all parts of the world
where flat bread was made. Perceiving as well-nigh miraculous the benefits of
yeast for adding volume to bread made with flour in times when it was almost
impossible to find economical foodstuffs that also kept well, mankind developed
some extraordinary religious rituals revolving around yeast. In her ‘Dictionary
of Ottoman Cuisine’, Priscilla Mary I

Read More

Vegetarians special taste

Special tastes for vegetarians

We also didn’t forget about our vegetarian guests among our
rich menus. Vegetarian meals, containing no animal by products, are being
prepared with fresh ingredients and all plant derived foods. Additionally,
Vegetarian Jain meals, which are prepared according to Jain customs, are also
one of our special meal alternatives.

About star alliance

The Star Alliance network was established in 1997 as the
first truly global airline alliance to offer worldwide reach, recognition and
seamless service to the international traveler. Its acceptance by the market
has been recognized by numerous awards, including the Air Transport World
Market Leadership Award, Best Airline Alliance by both Business Traveler
Magazine and Skytrax. The member airlines are: Adria Airways, Aegean Airlines,

Air Canada, Air China, Air New Zealand, ANA, Asiana Airlines,
Austrian, Bluelbmi, Bmssels Airlines, Continental Airlines, Croatia Airline

Read More

About Ataturk

For more information about the 20th quality convention and its program.

Held since 2007, amberFestival is Turkey’s first festival of electronic an. Organized around a specific theoretical concept every year, amberFestival has as this year’s theme, Next Ecology. For more information about this festival, November 4 to 13:

Making a big splash last year when it screened the award-winning film Logorama, which captured the Oscar for Best Short Animation Film in 2010, the Istanbul Animation Festival is awaiting animated film buffs again November 22 to 27.

Another small festival that manages to attract participants from countries all over the world is the Istanbul Short Film Festival, which also includes an international competition. For more information about this festival that is welcoming short film buffs November 23 to 30:

What they have said about Ataturk

Franklin Delano Roosevelt, U.S. President 1937

“I obtained inf

Read More

Diet

Wednesday

Breakfast Cut 1 boiled egg into four equal parts and season with very little olive oil, a little cumin, a little black pepper and red pepper flakes +1 slice of rye bread and plenty of parsley

Lunch: 1 small plate of pasta with minced meat +1 bowl low-fat yogurt + green salad with a little oil Afternoon: 2 scoops of vanilla or plain ice-cream Dinner: 1 bowl of functional detox soup +1 thin slice of rye bread + plenty of tomato and sliced cucumber Before bed: 1 peach or 1 nectarine

Functional detox soup Cook 5-6 washed fresh asparagus, 2-3 cloves of garlic, 1/2 cauliflower, 1 fresh pearl onion, 1/4 chicken breast in 1/2 cup of chicken stock, without adding oil and blend.

Thursday

Breakfast: 1 glass of fresh juice of a desired fruit +1 slice of cheese +1 slice of whole-wheat bread + plenty of tomatoes and cucumbers

Lunch: 1 bowl of Antioch-style lentils or instant soup with tomatoes or noodles +1 thin slice of wh

Read More

Soup diet

The way to lose weight is to increase the distance between energy intake and energy expenditure. Low-energy soups are more filling as they repress the hunger center. According to nutritionist and diet expert Selahattin Donmez, the soup diet will enable you to lose six kilograms in one month providing prevention against chronic illnesses, preventing dryness of the skin by increasing water in the body, and decreasing tension in the stomach. There is no other type of food offering such high nutritional value and is so filling in one meal. We recommend consuming a variety of healthy salads and the same goes for soups. For 10 years, I have started my afternoon and evening meals with a bowl of soup. Because you eat soup with a spoon and chew, it starts making you feel full in your mouth. And because it coats the stomach lining with a warm wave it prevents acid production in the stomach. It prepares the stomach for the digestion of the rest of the meal.

Does soup have any benefit

Read More

North Koptos

“He turned to the haven, and sailed down, and delayed not in the north of Koptos. When he was come to the place where we fell into the river, he said to his heart: ‘shall I not better turn back again to Koptos that I may lie by them? For, if not, when I go down to Memphis, and the King asks after his children, what shall I say to him? Can I tell him, “I have taken your children to the Thebaid, and killed them, while I remained alive, and I have come to Memphis still alive”?

Then he made them bring him a linen cloth of striped byssus; he made a band, bound the book firmly, and tied it upon him. Na.nefer.ka.ptah then went out of the awning of the royal boat and fell into the river. He cried on Ra; and all those who were on the bank made an outcry, saying: ‘Great woe! Sad woe! Is he lost, that good scribe and able man that has no equal?’

“The royal boat went on, without anyone on earth knowing where Na.nefer.ka.ptah was. It went on to Memphis, and they

Read More

Travel Bulgaria

A temptation to travel Bulgaria to see the Monastery and its unique architecture

Travel Bulgaria – The Rila Monastery – unity of spirituality, culture and nature…

travel bulgaria rila monestery

The Monastery has a unique architecture and takes about 8800 sq.m. When one looks from outside, it resembles a fortress. Due to its 24-metre stone walls, the Monastery has the shape of an irregular pentagon. Once the visitor travel Bulgaria is in, though, they are impressed by its architecture. Impressive arches and colonnades, covered wooden stairs and carved verandas…

St. Ivan of Rila

The hermit St. Ivan of Rila founded the monastery during the rule of Tsar Peter I. It is normal that the monastery bears the hermit’s name. Actually the hermit lived

Read More

Arabian bazaar

A typical Arabian bazaar

Souq Waqif is among the places that represent the city’s cultural and historical aspects.

There are different jewelries, earthenware, silk and spices in this bazaar. In the past, the Bedouin would trade sheep, goat and wool with other materials here. Nowadays, the area is being rearranged aiming for the outlook of a ‘souq’ (bazaar) of the 19th century. Souq Waqif is a typical Arabian bazaar. One can walk along its passages composing of corridors, check out categorized products, spice shops, clothier and gift shops. There are also many restaurants and hookah cafes here. Enjoy drinking tea at the cafes, watch football videos on big screens. Another bazaar that is worth seeing is the Omani Souq, which is located at the Haloul Street. This place is ideal for incense stick and wattle basket shopping. Gold Souq is another bazaar where you can shop for gold and jewelry.

On the trail of Islamic culture

Museum of Islami

Read More

Cold Winter

WHO SAYS WINTER IS COLD?

Here are a few tips for those who keep thinking ‘ about what to wear in these days when winter started to make clear its arrival and summer clothing is laid aside… Do not give up on summer’s warm shades, because this winter will not be as cold as you think!

Comfort is always number one…

Striped pieces, jean vest and jackets, jump suits, baggy trousers… Mango goes for comfort in designs this year. If you want elegance and comfort at the same time, check out these colorful designs. Leopard pattern and colors like yellow, blue, red, beige and black are up this season. Accessories are artsy as usual; complete your creat

Read More

Medicine and Art

How the medicine and the art can be related to each other? The last edition of the magazine “P” which elaborates carefully the topics chosen also carefully, expose the artistic dimension of the medicine joined with the visual examples.

The most ancient documents

The human bones and the surgical instruments found in the illustrations on the walls of the caves and during the diggings show that the practices of medicine are as old as the human history. The reliefs carved in the stones in the old eras, the medical equipment and the illustrated books of the Middle Age have been certainly not created for the sake of art. But these works bring together the medical scientific men and the artists. For example, the most ancient documents

Read More

Ancient Egypt

INTRODUCTION

In determining the development of the short story in Egypt, it is necessary to study the inscriptions on papyri and stone monuments, a process which the archaeologists are better fitted to accomplish than the literary historians, for there appears to have been little development in the form, and the earliest do not differ radically from the later stories, such as the two here included.

The few Egyptian tales that have survived may date back as early as the Thirtieth Century B.C. So far as can be determined, they are indigenously Egyptian, having Egyptian names, backgrounds, and customs. They are not only an invaluable commentary on the lives of the men of those times, but also genuinely moving and interesting stories.

Read More

Bulgaria Private Tours – Kazanlak Tour with rose picking for lovely Dutch people

Twelve happy and lovely Dutch people (six couples and twelve friends) left The Netherlands to visit my beautiful and friendly country, Bulgaria. They also joind one of our Bulgaria Private Tours.

We met on Friday, 20.05, the day of their Bulgaria Private Tours, Kazanlak. They travelled from Plovdiv and I was waiting for them in the village of Tarnichane, at the rose distillery. Some rose picking (well, it wasn’t as early as 5 am – Bulgaria Private Toursthe usual time to start the picking up), good and detailed information about the different oleaginous roses, the process of distilling and making rose oil and rose water, etc. Everything was fine but we missed the usual 10:30 coffee break. Back to our vehicle and off to Kazanlak. We had our coffee in the centre

Read More

BookExpo America

Do not miss book expo america this may if you would like to
have breakfast with famous actors and their new books in new york city!

An event that reverberates around the world and rivets all
eyes on new books and their authors, North America’s biggest book fair,
BookExpo America, is taking place this year May 24-26 at New York City’s Jacob
K. Javits Center. A different ‘breakfast with writers’ kicks off the morning of
each of the fair’s three days. What’s more, there are some celebrated Hollywood
personalities among the writers taking part. The Children’s Book Writers’
Breakfast on Tuesday, May 24th, for example, is being moderated by Julianne
Moore, author of “Freckleface Strawberry:

Best Friends Forever”. And among the authors being presented
on the morning of Wednesday, the 25th, you may come across Diane Keaton and her
book.

Print media andsocial media under the same roof

Another distinction of this year’s BookExpo

Read More

Goethe

Sb, goethe, goethe.

This is me that absolutely must roned at any reference to
german culture. So let it be mentioned here!

It is true too, let’s face it: There’s nobody quite like
Goethe. The dramas, like ‘Dr. Faustus’ and ‘Gotz von Berlichingen’(The Knight
with the Iron Hand), of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832) are still
performed in theaters today. His poems and novels like The Sorrows of Young
Werther are still printed and even read.

But it is not the works he produced as poet, writer,
theorist and natural scientist that make him such an absolute sine qua non.
With his universality and holistic view of nature, Goethe rose above the
Catholic-Protestant conflict in which Central Europe had been locked since the
16th century and above the debates between clerics and men of the Enlightenment
that were added to it in the 18th century, to become a towering figure who blazed
new paths in German culture. Naturally Goethe did not acco

Read More

Taner Alakus

Prof. Dr. Cicek Derman

Art comes into being when training, effort and patience
interlock. In our traditional arts especially, the purpose of art is not to
produce works but to turn ourselves into a work of art that will enhance our
moral character. If art is made with the joy and ardor of worship, the result
will be magnificent.

Taner Alakus

Art is the spiritual connection between teacher and student.
Just as art is the sultan of the spirit, so the practicing artist must be the
humblest among those spirits. Art is the artist’s own paradise.

Yrd. Doc. Huseyin gunduz

For art lovers and calligraphy buffs, a beautiful
inscription is a beautiful picture. For the artist who creates the work, it
reflects his inner world on paper in lines, shapes, colors and beautiful words.
Calligraphy is a language. It gives rise to a silent communication between people
whether they know that language or not.

Islam Secen

Read More

Italian Pasta

Italians have accorded pasta prominent status in their many
regional cuisines.

One of the first foodstuffs to be manufactured commercially,
pasta is universally popular. No one knows for sure when pasta entered the
cuisines of the world or who invented it. But the Italians can certainly be
credited with developing its manifold varieties and spreading them around the
world. Every form of dough that is rolled thin and cooked on a hot metal
surface can be regarded as a forerunner of pasta.

According to researchers on the subject, it is highly
probable that pasta emerged around the same time in all parts of the world
where flat bread was made. Perceiving as well-nigh miraculous the benefits of
yeast for adding volume to bread made with flour in times when it was almost
impossible to find economical foodstuffs that also kept well, mankind developed
some extraordinary religious rituals revolving around yeast. In her ‘Dictionary
of Ottoman Cuisine’, Priscilla Mary I

Read More

Vegetarians special taste

Special tastes for vegetarians

We also didn’t forget about our vegetarian guests among our
rich menus. Vegetarian meals, containing no animal by products, are being
prepared with fresh ingredients and all plant derived foods. Additionally,
Vegetarian Jain meals, which are prepared according to Jain customs, are also
one of our special meal alternatives.

About star alliance

The Star Alliance network was established in 1997 as the
first truly global airline alliance to offer worldwide reach, recognition and
seamless service to the international traveler. Its acceptance by the market
has been recognized by numerous awards, including the Air Transport World
Market Leadership Award, Best Airline Alliance by both Business Traveler
Magazine and Skytrax. The member airlines are: Adria Airways, Aegean Airlines,

Air Canada, Air China, Air New Zealand, ANA, Asiana Airlines,
Austrian, Bluelbmi, Bmssels Airlines, Continental Airlines, Croatia Airline

Read More

About Ataturk

For more information about the 20th quality convention and its program.

Held since 2007, amberFestival is Turkey’s first festival of electronic an. Organized around a specific theoretical concept every year, amberFestival has as this year’s theme, Next Ecology. For more information about this festival, November 4 to 13:

Making a big splash last year when it screened the award-winning film Logorama, which captured the Oscar for Best Short Animation Film in 2010, the Istanbul Animation Festival is awaiting animated film buffs again November 22 to 27.

Another small festival that manages to attract participants from countries all over the world is the Istanbul Short Film Festival, which also includes an international competition. For more information about this festival that is welcoming short film buffs November 23 to 30:

What they have said about Ataturk

Franklin Delano Roosevelt, U.S. President 1937

“I obtained inf

Read More

Diet

Wednesday

Breakfast Cut 1 boiled egg into four equal parts and season with very little olive oil, a little cumin, a little black pepper and red pepper flakes +1 slice of rye bread and plenty of parsley

Lunch: 1 small plate of pasta with minced meat +1 bowl low-fat yogurt + green salad with a little oil Afternoon: 2 scoops of vanilla or plain ice-cream Dinner: 1 bowl of functional detox soup +1 thin slice of rye bread + plenty of tomato and sliced cucumber Before bed: 1 peach or 1 nectarine

Functional detox soup Cook 5-6 washed fresh asparagus, 2-3 cloves of garlic, 1/2 cauliflower, 1 fresh pearl onion, 1/4 chicken breast in 1/2 cup of chicken stock, without adding oil and blend.

Thursday

Breakfast: 1 glass of fresh juice of a desired fruit +1 slice of cheese +1 slice of whole-wheat bread + plenty of tomatoes and cucumbers

Lunch: 1 bowl of Antioch-style lentils or instant soup with tomatoes or noodles +1 thin slice of wh

Read More

Soup diet

The way to lose weight is to increase the distance between energy intake and energy expenditure. Low-energy soups are more filling as they repress the hunger center. According to nutritionist and diet expert Selahattin Donmez, the soup diet will enable you to lose six kilograms in one month providing prevention against chronic illnesses, preventing dryness of the skin by increasing water in the body, and decreasing tension in the stomach. There is no other type of food offering such high nutritional value and is so filling in one meal. We recommend consuming a variety of healthy salads and the same goes for soups. For 10 years, I have started my afternoon and evening meals with a bowl of soup. Because you eat soup with a spoon and chew, it starts making you feel full in your mouth. And because it coats the stomach lining with a warm wave it prevents acid production in the stomach. It prepares the stomach for the digestion of the rest of the meal.

Does soup have any benefit

Read More

North Koptos

“He turned to the haven, and sailed down, and delayed not in the north of Koptos. When he was come to the place where we fell into the river, he said to his heart: ‘shall I not better turn back again to Koptos that I may lie by them? For, if not, when I go down to Memphis, and the King asks after his children, what shall I say to him? Can I tell him, “I have taken your children to the Thebaid, and killed them, while I remained alive, and I have come to Memphis still alive”?

Then he made them bring him a linen cloth of striped byssus; he made a band, bound the book firmly, and tied it upon him. Na.nefer.ka.ptah then went out of the awning of the royal boat and fell into the river. He cried on Ra; and all those who were on the bank made an outcry, saying: ‘Great woe! Sad woe! Is he lost, that good scribe and able man that has no equal?’

“The royal boat went on, without anyone on earth knowing where Na.nefer.ka.ptah was. It went on to Memphis, and they

Read More

Travel Bulgaria

A temptation to travel Bulgaria to see the Monastery and its unique architecture

Travel Bulgaria – The Rila Monastery – unity of spirituality, culture and nature…

travel bulgaria rila monestery

The Monastery has a unique architecture and takes about 8800 sq.m. When one looks from outside, it resembles a fortress. Due to its 24-metre stone walls, the Monastery has the shape of an irregular pentagon. Once the visitor travel Bulgaria is in, though, they are impressed by its architecture. Impressive arches and colonnades, covered wooden stairs and carved verandas…

St. Ivan of Rila

The hermit St. Ivan of Rila founded the monastery during the rule of Tsar Peter I. It is normal that the monastery bears the hermit’s name. Actually the hermit lived

Read More

Arabian bazaar

A typical Arabian bazaar

Souq Waqif is among the places that represent the city’s cultural and historical aspects.

There are different jewelries, earthenware, silk and spices in this bazaar. In the past, the Bedouin would trade sheep, goat and wool with other materials here. Nowadays, the area is being rearranged aiming for the outlook of a ‘souq’ (bazaar) of the 19th century. Souq Waqif is a typical Arabian bazaar. One can walk along its passages composing of corridors, check out categorized products, spice shops, clothier and gift shops. There are also many restaurants and hookah cafes here. Enjoy drinking tea at the cafes, watch football videos on big screens. Another bazaar that is worth seeing is the Omani Souq, which is located at the Haloul Street. This place is ideal for incense stick and wattle basket shopping. Gold Souq is another bazaar where you can shop for gold and jewelry.

On the trail of Islamic culture

Museum of Islami

Read More

Cold Winter

WHO SAYS WINTER IS COLD?

Here are a few tips for those who keep thinking ‘ about what to wear in these days when winter started to make clear its arrival and summer clothing is laid aside… Do not give up on summer’s warm shades, because this winter will not be as cold as you think!

Comfort is always number one…

Striped pieces, jean vest and jackets, jump suits, baggy trousers… Mango goes for comfort in designs this year. If you want elegance and comfort at the same time, check out these colorful designs. Leopard pattern and colors like yellow, blue, red, beige and black are up this season. Accessories are artsy as usual; complete your creat

Read More

Medicine and Art

How the medicine and the art can be related to each other? The last edition of the magazine “P” which elaborates carefully the topics chosen also carefully, expose the artistic dimension of the medicine joined with the visual examples.

The most ancient documents

The human bones and the surgical instruments found in the illustrations on the walls of the caves and during the diggings show that the practices of medicine are as old as the human history. The reliefs carved in the stones in the old eras, the medical equipment and the illustrated books of the Middle Age have been certainly not created for the sake of art. But these works bring together the medical scientific men and the artists. For example, the most ancient documents

Read More

Ancient Egypt

INTRODUCTION

In determining the development of the short story in Egypt, it is necessary to study the inscriptions on papyri and stone monuments, a process which the archaeologists are better fitted to accomplish than the literary historians, for there appears to have been little development in the form, and the earliest do not differ radically from the later stories, such as the two here included.

The few Egyptian tales that have survived may date back as early as the Thirtieth Century B.C. So far as can be determined, they are indigenously Egyptian, having Egyptian names, backgrounds, and customs. They are not only an invaluable commentary on the lives of the men of those times, but also genuinely moving and interesting stories.

Read More

Bulgaria Private Tours – Kazanlak Tour with rose picking for lovely Dutch people

Twelve happy and lovely Dutch people (six couples and twelve friends) left The Netherlands to visit my beautiful and friendly country, Bulgaria. They also joind one of our Bulgaria Private Tours.

We met on Friday, 20.05, the day of their Bulgaria Private Tours, Kazanlak. They travelled from Plovdiv and I was waiting for them in the village of Tarnichane, at the rose distillery. Some rose picking (well, it wasn’t as early as 5 am – Bulgaria Private Toursthe usual time to start the picking up), good and detailed information about the different oleaginous roses, the process of distilling and making rose oil and rose water, etc. Everything was fine but we missed the usual 10:30 coffee break. Back to our vehicle and off to Kazanlak. We had our coffee in the centre

Read More

BookExpo America

Do not miss book expo america this may if you would like to
have breakfast with famous actors and their new books in new york city!

An event that reverberates around the world and rivets all
eyes on new books and their authors, North America’s biggest book fair,
BookExpo America, is taking place this year May 24-26 at New York City’s Jacob
K. Javits Center. A different ‘breakfast with writers’ kicks off the morning of
each of the fair’s three days. What’s more, there are some celebrated Hollywood
personalities among the writers taking part. The Children’s Book Writers’
Breakfast on Tuesday, May 24th, for example, is being moderated by Julianne
Moore, author of “Freckleface Strawberry:

Best Friends Forever”. And among the authors being presented
on the morning of Wednesday, the 25th, you may come across Diane Keaton and her
book.

Print media andsocial media under the same roof

Another distinction of this year’s BookExpo

Read More

Goethe

Sb, goethe, goethe.

This is me that absolutely must roned at any reference to
german culture. So let it be mentioned here!

It is true too, let’s face it: There’s nobody quite like
Goethe. The dramas, like ‘Dr. Faustus’ and ‘Gotz von Berlichingen’(The Knight
with the Iron Hand), of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832) are still
performed in theaters today. His poems and novels like The Sorrows of Young
Werther are still printed and even read.

But it is not the works he produced as poet, writer,
theorist and natural scientist that make him such an absolute sine qua non.
With his universality and holistic view of nature, Goethe rose above the
Catholic-Protestant conflict in which Central Europe had been locked since the
16th century and above the debates between clerics and men of the Enlightenment
that were added to it in the 18th century, to become a towering figure who blazed
new paths in German culture. Naturally Goethe did not acco

Read More

Taner Alakus

Prof. Dr. Cicek Derman

Art comes into being when training, effort and patience
interlock. In our traditional arts especially, the purpose of art is not to
produce works but to turn ourselves into a work of art that will enhance our
moral character. If art is made with the joy and ardor of worship, the result
will be magnificent.

Taner Alakus

Art is the spiritual connection between teacher and student.
Just as art is the sultan of the spirit, so the practicing artist must be the
humblest among those spirits. Art is the artist’s own paradise.

Yrd. Doc. Huseyin gunduz

For art lovers and calligraphy buffs, a beautiful
inscription is a beautiful picture. For the artist who creates the work, it
reflects his inner world on paper in lines, shapes, colors and beautiful words.
Calligraphy is a language. It gives rise to a silent communication between people
whether they know that language or not.

Islam Secen

Read More

Italian Pasta

Italians have accorded pasta prominent status in their many
regional cuisines.

One of the first foodstuffs to be manufactured commercially,
pasta is universally popular. No one knows for sure when pasta entered the
cuisines of the world or who invented it. But the Italians can certainly be
credited with developing its manifold varieties and spreading them around the
world. Every form of dough that is rolled thin and cooked on a hot metal
surface can be regarded as a forerunner of pasta.

According to researchers on the subject, it is highly
probable that pasta emerged around the same time in all parts of the world
where flat bread was made. Perceiving as well-nigh miraculous the benefits of
yeast for adding volume to bread made with flour in times when it was almost
impossible to find economical foodstuffs that also kept well, mankind developed
some extraordinary religious rituals revolving around yeast. In her ‘Dictionary
of Ottoman Cuisine’, Priscilla Mary I

Read More

Vegetarians special taste

Special tastes for vegetarians

We also didn’t forget about our vegetarian guests among our
rich menus. Vegetarian meals, containing no animal by products, are being
prepared with fresh ingredients and all plant derived foods. Additionally,
Vegetarian Jain meals, which are prepared according to Jain customs, are also
one of our special meal alternatives.

About star alliance

The Star Alliance network was established in 1997 as the
first truly global airline alliance to offer worldwide reach, recognition and
seamless service to the international traveler. Its acceptance by the market
has been recognized by numerous awards, including the Air Transport World
Market Leadership Award, Best Airline Alliance by both Business Traveler
Magazine and Skytrax. The member airlines are: Adria Airways, Aegean Airlines,

Air Canada, Air China, Air New Zealand, ANA, Asiana Airlines,
Austrian, Bluelbmi, Bmssels Airlines, Continental Airlines, Croatia Airline

Read More

About Ataturk

For more information about the 20th quality convention and its program.

Held since 2007, amberFestival is Turkey’s first festival of electronic an. Organized around a specific theoretical concept every year, amberFestival has as this year’s theme, Next Ecology. For more information about this festival, November 4 to 13:

Making a big splash last year when it screened the award-winning film Logorama, which captured the Oscar for Best Short Animation Film in 2010, the Istanbul Animation Festival is awaiting animated film buffs again November 22 to 27.

Another small festival that manages to attract participants from countries all over the world is the Istanbul Short Film Festival, which also includes an international competition. For more information about this festival that is welcoming short film buffs November 23 to 30:

What they have said about Ataturk

Franklin Delano Roosevelt, U.S. President 1937

“I obtained inf

Read More

Diet

Wednesday

Breakfast Cut 1 boiled egg into four equal parts and season with very little olive oil, a little cumin, a little black pepper and red pepper flakes +1 slice of rye bread and plenty of parsley

Lunch: 1 small plate of pasta with minced meat +1 bowl low-fat yogurt + green salad with a little oil Afternoon: 2 scoops of vanilla or plain ice-cream Dinner: 1 bowl of functional detox soup +1 thin slice of rye bread + plenty of tomato and sliced cucumber Before bed: 1 peach or 1 nectarine

Functional detox soup Cook 5-6 washed fresh asparagus, 2-3 cloves of garlic, 1/2 cauliflower, 1 fresh pearl onion, 1/4 chicken breast in 1/2 cup of chicken stock, without adding oil and blend.

Thursday

Breakfast: 1 glass of fresh juice of a desired fruit +1 slice of cheese +1 slice of whole-wheat bread + plenty of tomatoes and cucumbers

Lunch: 1 bowl of Antioch-style lentils or instant soup with tomatoes or noodles +1 thin slice of wh

Read More

Soup diet

The way to lose weight is to increase the distance between energy intake and energy expenditure. Low-energy soups are more filling as they repress the hunger center. According to nutritionist and diet expert Selahattin Donmez, the soup diet will enable you to lose six kilograms in one month providing prevention against chronic illnesses, preventing dryness of the skin by increasing water in the body, and decreasing tension in the stomach. There is no other type of food offering such high nutritional value and is so filling in one meal. We recommend consuming a variety of healthy salads and the same goes for soups. For 10 years, I have started my afternoon and evening meals with a bowl of soup. Because you eat soup with a spoon and chew, it starts making you feel full in your mouth. And because it coats the stomach lining with a warm wave it prevents acid production in the stomach. It prepares the stomach for the digestion of the rest of the meal.

Does soup have any benefit

Read More

North Koptos

“He turned to the haven, and sailed down, and delayed not in the north of Koptos. When he was come to the place where we fell into the river, he said to his heart: ‘shall I not better turn back again to Koptos that I may lie by them? For, if not, when I go down to Memphis, and the King asks after his children, what shall I say to him? Can I tell him, “I have taken your children to the Thebaid, and killed them, while I remained alive, and I have come to Memphis still alive”?

Then he made them bring him a linen cloth of striped byssus; he made a band, bound the book firmly, and tied it upon him. Na.nefer.ka.ptah then went out of the awning of the royal boat and fell into the river. He cried on Ra; and all those who were on the bank made an outcry, saying: ‘Great woe! Sad woe! Is he lost, that good scribe and able man that has no equal?’

“The royal boat went on, without anyone on earth knowing where Na.nefer.ka.ptah was. It went on to Memphis, and they

Read More

Travel Bulgaria

A temptation to travel Bulgaria to see the Monastery and its unique architecture

Travel Bulgaria – The Rila Monastery – unity of spirituality, culture and nature…

travel bulgaria rila monestery

The Monastery has a unique architecture and takes about 8800 sq.m. When one looks from outside, it resembles a fortress. Due to its 24-metre stone walls, the Monastery has the shape of an irregular pentagon. Once the visitor travel Bulgaria is in, though, they are impressed by its architecture. Impressive arches and colonnades, covered wooden stairs and carved verandas…

St. Ivan of Rila

The hermit St. Ivan of Rila founded the monastery during the rule of Tsar Peter I. It is normal that the monastery bears the hermit’s name. Actually the hermit lived

Read More

Arabian bazaar

A typical Arabian bazaar

Souq Waqif is among the places that represent the city’s cultural and historical aspects.

There are different jewelries, earthenware, silk and spices in this bazaar. In the past, the Bedouin would trade sheep, goat and wool with other materials here. Nowadays, the area is being rearranged aiming for the outlook of a ‘souq’ (bazaar) of the 19th century. Souq Waqif is a typical Arabian bazaar. One can walk along its passages composing of corridors, check out categorized products, spice shops, clothier and gift shops. There are also many restaurants and hookah cafes here. Enjoy drinking tea at the cafes, watch football videos on big screens. Another bazaar that is worth seeing is the Omani Souq, which is located at the Haloul Street. This place is ideal for incense stick and wattle basket shopping. Gold Souq is another bazaar where you can shop for gold and jewelry.

On the trail of Islamic culture

Museum of Islami

Read More

Cold Winter

WHO SAYS WINTER IS COLD?

Here are a few tips for those who keep thinking ‘ about what to wear in these days when winter started to make clear its arrival and summer clothing is laid aside… Do not give up on summer’s warm shades, because this winter will not be as cold as you think!

Comfort is always number one…

Striped pieces, jean vest and jackets, jump suits, baggy trousers… Mango goes for comfort in designs this year. If you want elegance and comfort at the same time, check out these colorful designs. Leopard pattern and colors like yellow, blue, red, beige and black are up this season. Accessories are artsy as usual; complete your creat

Read More

Medicine and Art

How the medicine and the art can be related to each other? The last edition of the magazine “P” which elaborates carefully the topics chosen also carefully, expose the artistic dimension of the medicine joined with the visual examples.

The most ancient documents

The human bones and the surgical instruments found in the illustrations on the walls of the caves and during the diggings show that the practices of medicine are as old as the human history. The reliefs carved in the stones in the old eras, the medical equipment and the illustrated books of the Middle Age have been certainly not created for the sake of art. But these works bring together the medical scientific men and the artists. For example, the most ancient documents

Read More

Ancient Egypt

INTRODUCTION

In determining the development of the short story in Egypt, it is necessary to study the inscriptions on papyri and stone monuments, a process which the archaeologists are better fitted to accomplish than the literary historians, for there appears to have been little development in the form, and the earliest do not differ radically from the later stories, such as the two here included.

The few Egyptian tales that have survived may date back as early as the Thirtieth Century B.C. So far as can be determined, they are indigenously Egyptian, having Egyptian names, backgrounds, and customs. They are not only an invaluable commentary on the lives of the men of those times, but also genuinely moving and interesting stories.

Read More

Bulgaria Private Tours – Kazanlak Tour with rose picking for lovely Dutch people

Twelve happy and lovely Dutch people (six couples and twelve friends) left The Netherlands to visit my beautiful and friendly country, Bulgaria. They also joind one of our Bulgaria Private Tours.

We met on Friday, 20.05, the day of their Bulgaria Private Tours, Kazanlak. They travelled from Plovdiv and I was waiting for them in the village of Tarnichane, at the rose distillery. Some rose picking (well, it wasn’t as early as 5 am – Bulgaria Private Toursthe usual time to start the picking up), good and detailed information about the different oleaginous roses, the process of distilling and making rose oil and rose water, etc. Everything was fine but we missed the usual 10:30 coffee break. Back to our vehicle and off to Kazanlak. We had our coffee in the centre

Read More

BookExpo America

Do not miss book expo america this may if you would like to
have breakfast with famous actors and their new books in new york city!

An event that reverberates around the world and rivets all
eyes on new books and their authors, North America’s biggest book fair,
BookExpo America, is taking place this year May 24-26 at New York City’s Jacob
K. Javits Center. A different ‘breakfast with writers’ kicks off the morning of
each of the fair’s three days. What’s more, there are some celebrated Hollywood
personalities among the writers taking part. The Children’s Book Writers’
Breakfast on Tuesday, May 24th, for example, is being moderated by Julianne
Moore, author of “Freckleface Strawberry:

Best Friends Forever”. And among the authors being presented
on the morning of Wednesday, the 25th, you may come across Diane Keaton and her
book.

Print media andsocial media under the same roof

Another distinction of this year’s BookExpo

Read More

Goethe

Sb, goethe, goethe.

This is me that absolutely must roned at any reference to
german culture. So let it be mentioned here!

It is true too, let’s face it: There’s nobody quite like
Goethe. The dramas, like ‘Dr. Faustus’ and ‘Gotz von Berlichingen’(The Knight
with the Iron Hand), of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832) are still
performed in theaters today. His poems and novels like The Sorrows of Young
Werther are still printed and even read.

But it is not the works he produced as poet, writer,
theorist and natural scientist that make him such an absolute sine qua non.
With his universality and holistic view of nature, Goethe rose above the
Catholic-Protestant conflict in which Central Europe had been locked since the
16th century and above the debates between clerics and men of the Enlightenment
that were added to it in the 18th century, to become a towering figure who blazed
new paths in German culture. Naturally Goethe did not acco

Read More

Taner Alakus

Prof. Dr. Cicek Derman

Art comes into being when training, effort and patience
interlock. In our traditional arts especially, the purpose of art is not to
produce works but to turn ourselves into a work of art that will enhance our
moral character. If art is made with the joy and ardor of worship, the result
will be magnificent.

Taner Alakus

Art is the spiritual connection between teacher and student.
Just as art is the sultan of the spirit, so the practicing artist must be the
humblest among those spirits. Art is the artist’s own paradise.

Yrd. Doc. Huseyin gunduz

For art lovers and calligraphy buffs, a beautiful
inscription is a beautiful picture. For the artist who creates the work, it
reflects his inner world on paper in lines, shapes, colors and beautiful words.
Calligraphy is a language. It gives rise to a silent communication between people
whether they know that language or not.

Islam Secen

Read More

Italian Pasta

Italians have accorded pasta prominent status in their many
regional cuisines.

One of the first foodstuffs to be manufactured commercially,
pasta is universally popular. No one knows for sure when pasta entered the
cuisines of the world or who invented it. But the Italians can certainly be
credited with developing its manifold varieties and spreading them around the
world. Every form of dough that is rolled thin and cooked on a hot metal
surface can be regarded as a forerunner of pasta.

According to researchers on the subject, it is highly
probable that pasta emerged around the same time in all parts of the world
where flat bread was made. Perceiving as well-nigh miraculous the benefits of
yeast for adding volume to bread made with flour in times when it was almost
impossible to find economical foodstuffs that also kept well, mankind developed
some extraordinary religious rituals revolving around yeast. In her ‘Dictionary
of Ottoman Cuisine’, Priscilla Mary I

Read More

Vegetarians special taste

Special tastes for vegetarians

We also didn’t forget about our vegetarian guests among our
rich menus. Vegetarian meals, containing no animal by products, are being
prepared with fresh ingredients and all plant derived foods. Additionally,
Vegetarian Jain meals, which are prepared according to Jain customs, are also
one of our special meal alternatives.

About star alliance

The Star Alliance network was established in 1997 as the
first truly global airline alliance to offer worldwide reach, recognition and
seamless service to the international traveler. Its acceptance by the market
has been recognized by numerous awards, including the Air Transport World
Market Leadership Award, Best Airline Alliance by both Business Traveler
Magazine and Skytrax. The member airlines are: Adria Airways, Aegean Airlines,

Air Canada, Air China, Air New Zealand, ANA, Asiana Airlines,
Austrian, Bluelbmi, Bmssels Airlines, Continental Airlines, Croatia Airline

Read More

About Ataturk

For more information about the 20th quality convention and its program.

Held since 2007, amberFestival is Turkey’s first festival of electronic an. Organized around a specific theoretical concept every year, amberFestival has as this year’s theme, Next Ecology. For more information about this festival, November 4 to 13:

Making a big splash last year when it screened the award-winning film Logorama, which captured the Oscar for Best Short Animation Film in 2010, the Istanbul Animation Festival is awaiting animated film buffs again November 22 to 27.

Another small festival that manages to attract participants from countries all over the world is the Istanbul Short Film Festival, which also includes an international competition. For more information about this festival that is welcoming short film buffs November 23 to 30:

What they have said about Ataturk

Franklin Delano Roosevelt, U.S. President 1937

“I obtained inf

Read More

Diet

Wednesday

Breakfast Cut 1 boiled egg into four equal parts and season with very little olive oil, a little cumin, a little black pepper and red pepper flakes +1 slice of rye bread and plenty of parsley

Lunch: 1 small plate of pasta with minced meat +1 bowl low-fat yogurt + green salad with a little oil Afternoon: 2 scoops of vanilla or plain ice-cream Dinner: 1 bowl of functional detox soup +1 thin slice of rye bread + plenty of tomato and sliced cucumber Before bed: 1 peach or 1 nectarine

Functional detox soup Cook 5-6 washed fresh asparagus, 2-3 cloves of garlic, 1/2 cauliflower, 1 fresh pearl onion, 1/4 chicken breast in 1/2 cup of chicken stock, without adding oil and blend.

Thursday

Breakfast: 1 glass of fresh juice of a desired fruit +1 slice of cheese +1 slice of whole-wheat bread + plenty of tomatoes and cucumbers

Lunch: 1 bowl of Antioch-style lentils or instant soup with tomatoes or noodles +1 thin slice of wh

Read More

Soup diet

The way to lose weight is to increase the distance between energy intake and energy expenditure. Low-energy soups are more filling as they repress the hunger center. According to nutritionist and diet expert Selahattin Donmez, the soup diet will enable you to lose six kilograms in one month providing prevention against chronic illnesses, preventing dryness of the skin by increasing water in the body, and decreasing tension in the stomach. There is no other type of food offering such high nutritional value and is so filling in one meal. We recommend consuming a variety of healthy salads and the same goes for soups. For 10 years, I have started my afternoon and evening meals with a bowl of soup. Because you eat soup with a spoon and chew, it starts making you feel full in your mouth. And because it coats the stomach lining with a warm wave it prevents acid production in the stomach. It prepares the stomach for the digestion of the rest of the meal.

Does soup have any benefit

Read More

North Koptos

“He turned to the haven, and sailed down, and delayed not in the north of Koptos. When he was come to the place where we fell into the river, he said to his heart: ‘shall I not better turn back again to Koptos that I may lie by them? For, if not, when I go down to Memphis, and the King asks after his children, what shall I say to him? Can I tell him, “I have taken your children to the Thebaid, and killed them, while I remained alive, and I have come to Memphis still alive”?

Then he made them bring him a linen cloth of striped byssus; he made a band, bound the book firmly, and tied it upon him. Na.nefer.ka.ptah then went out of the awning of the royal boat and fell into the river. He cried on Ra; and all those who were on the bank made an outcry, saying: ‘Great woe! Sad woe! Is he lost, that good scribe and able man that has no equal?’

“The royal boat went on, without anyone on earth knowing where Na.nefer.ka.ptah was. It went on to Memphis, and they

Read More

Travel Bulgaria

A temptation to travel Bulgaria to see the Monastery and its unique architecture

Travel Bulgaria – The Rila Monastery – unity of spirituality, culture and nature…

travel bulgaria rila monestery

The Monastery has a unique architecture and takes about 8800 sq.m. When one looks from outside, it resembles a fortress. Due to its 24-metre stone walls, the Monastery has the shape of an irregular pentagon. Once the visitor travel Bulgaria is in, though, they are impressed by its architecture. Impressive arches and colonnades, covered wooden stairs and carved verandas…

St. Ivan of Rila

The hermit St. Ivan of Rila founded the monastery during the rule of Tsar Peter I. It is normal that the monastery bears the hermit’s name. Actually the hermit lived

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Arabian bazaar

A typical Arabian bazaar

Souq Waqif is among the places that represent the city’s cultural and historical aspects.

There are different jewelries, earthenware, silk and spices in this bazaar. In the past, the Bedouin would trade sheep, goat and wool with other materials here. Nowadays, the area is being rearranged aiming for the outlook of a ‘souq’ (bazaar) of the 19th century. Souq Waqif is a typical Arabian bazaar. One can walk along its passages composing of corridors, check out categorized products, spice shops, clothier and gift shops. There are also many restaurants and hookah cafes here. Enjoy drinking tea at the cafes, watch football videos on big screens. Another bazaar that is worth seeing is the Omani Souq, which is located at the Haloul Street. This place is ideal for incense stick and wattle basket shopping. Gold Souq is another bazaar where you can shop for gold and jewelry.

On the trail of Islamic culture

Museum of Islami

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Cold Winter

WHO SAYS WINTER IS COLD?

Here are a few tips for those who keep thinking ‘ about what to wear in these days when winter started to make clear its arrival and summer clothing is laid aside… Do not give up on summer’s warm shades, because this winter will not be as cold as you think!

Comfort is always number one…

Striped pieces, jean vest and jackets, jump suits, baggy trousers… Mango goes for comfort in designs this year. If you want elegance and comfort at the same time, check out these colorful designs. Leopard pattern and colors like yellow, blue, red, beige and black are up this season. Accessories are artsy as usual; complete your creat

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Medicine and Art

How the medicine and the art can be related to each other? The last edition of the magazine “P” which elaborates carefully the topics chosen also carefully, expose the artistic dimension of the medicine joined with the visual examples.

The most ancient documents

The human bones and the surgical instruments found in the illustrations on the walls of the caves and during the diggings show that the practices of medicine are as old as the human history. The reliefs carved in the stones in the old eras, the medical equipment and the illustrated books of the Middle Age have been certainly not created for the sake of art. But these works bring together the medical scientific men and the artists. For example, the most ancient documents

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Ancient Egypt

INTRODUCTION

In determining the development of the short story in Egypt, it is necessary to study the inscriptions on papyri and stone monuments, a process which the archaeologists are better fitted to accomplish than the literary historians, for there appears to have been little development in the form, and the earliest do not differ radically from the later stories, such as the two here included.

The few Egyptian tales that have survived may date back as early as the Thirtieth Century B.C. So far as can be determined, they are indigenously Egyptian, having Egyptian names, backgrounds, and customs. They are not only an invaluable commentary on the lives of the men of those times, but also genuinely moving and interesting stories.

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Bulgaria Private Tours – Kazanlak Tour with rose picking for lovely Dutch people

Twelve happy and lovely Dutch people (six couples and twelve friends) left The Netherlands to visit my beautiful and friendly country, Bulgaria. They also joind one of our Bulgaria Private Tours.

We met on Friday, 20.05, the day of their Bulgaria Private Tours, Kazanlak. They travelled from Plovdiv and I was waiting for them in the village of Tarnichane, at the rose distillery. Some rose picking (well, it wasn’t as early as 5 am – Bulgaria Private Toursthe usual time to start the picking up), good and detailed information about the different oleaginous roses, the process of distilling and making rose oil and rose water, etc. Everything was fine but we missed the usual 10:30 coffee break. Back to our vehicle and off to Kazanlak. We had our coffee in the centre

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