I always learn so much from you! Thank you.Maggie XNuts in May
Burak writes about historical events in a way that I understand Maggie.So I learn an awful lot from him!
Thanks for the info Ayak...I must tell my husband about today's National Holiday I'm sure he forgot. I love that site and reading about the history. I'll tell you I was an Architectural History major and did a paper on Pergamon. Who would have thought that my husband would be from there and totally from the other side of the world.Great site.... thanks for sharing. :-)
It's a small world Erica! Glad you like the website. I find it very interesting x
I've been all the way around the Bodrum peninsula today for one reason or another and the flags are out everywhere.
It's a lovely sight BtoB. I like the way the Turks are so patriotic. Although I haven't seen one flag in the village today. I'm sure we're cut off from the rest of Turkey here!
What a super site, Ayak! Thank you for the link.I know a little about it because my father thought Ataturk was the bee's knees!
You're welcome Fly. If there's anything I want to know about Turkey I'll usually check Burak's site first.He is going to do a guest post for me sometime. He's obviously very busy at this time of year, so it will probably be nearer winter.
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