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Certain beliefs among the members of a society sometimes arise out of fear, sometimes from helplessness and sometimes by chance. These are generally referred to as “superstitions.” These beliefs have existed since the earliest days of mankind. Many of them have no scientific basis and are not linked to any particular religious faith. Although theyRead more

Certain beliefs among the members of a society sometimes arise out of fear, sometimes from helplessness and sometimes by chance. These are generally referred to as “superstitions.” These beliefs have existed since the earliest days of mankind. Many of them have no scientific basis and are not linked to any particular religious faith. Although theyRead more

New Regulation for Dalyan Boats

New Regulation for Dalyan Boats

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Horses have been important to the Turks and Turkey for more than 5000 years. First used as food they were then used in war as cavalry and draught animals, then in agriculture and for transport and now largely for leisure and sport.

Horses have been important to the Turks and Turkey for more than 5000 years. First used as food they were then used in war as cavalry and draught animals, then in agriculture and for transport and now largely for leisure and sport.

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Dalyan Mosquitoes and Combat Against them

Dalyan Mosquitoes and Combat Against them

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N is for Nazar A Turkish amulet to ward off the evil eye. Photo from My Flash Trash

N is for Nazar A Turkish amulet to ward off the evil eye. Photo from My Flash Trash

I must make it to an Istanbul market someday, so I can carefully select my own nazar boncugu!

I must make it to an Istanbul market someday, so I can carefully select my own nazar boncugu!

Evil eye market: I'm not sure if this specific one is in Greece, but you see displays like this all over.

Evil eye market: I'm not sure if this specific one is in Greece, but you see displays like this all over.

Evil Eye Tree, Goreme, Turkey, photo by kkalyn, Frommer's Cover Photo Contest 2012 http://frm.rs/ejDojq

Evil Eye Tree, Goreme, Turkey, photo by kkalyn, Frommer's Cover Photo Contest 2012 http://frm.rs/ejDojq

This Silver Hamsa & Evil Eye Charm Bracelet by LCO Jewelry is perfect! #zulilyfinds

LCO Jewelry Silver Hamsa & Evil Eye Charm Bangle

This Silver Hamsa & Evil Eye Charm Bracelet by LCO Jewelry is perfect! #zulilyfinds

Read about the evil eye meaning, how the evil eye protects and evil eye color meanings. On the website,you can also print out a copy of this card for reference. #evil eye #luck charms #evil eye meaning

Read about the evil eye meaning, how the evil eye protects and evil eye color meanings. On the website,you can also print out a copy of this card for reference. #evil eye #luck charms #evil eye meaning

EQUILÍBRIO: É tão natural, Honoré de Balzac

EQUILÍBRIO: É tão natural, Honoré de Balzac

Evil Eye tree by Curious Expeditions, via Flickr

Evil Eye tree by Curious Expeditions, via Flickr

I'm thinking that I can hang some of these from the tree in my front yard (this evil eye tree is located in Cappadocia, Turkey.)

I'm thinking that I can hang some of these from the tree in my front yard (this evil eye tree is located in Cappadocia, Turkey.)

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