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Turkey has one foot in Europe and one foot in the Middle East; its borders span the seas of the Mediterranean, Aegean and the Black Sea. The Turks are mostly overwhelmingly friendly to foreign visitors, the cuisine is frequently excellent, and the cities and countryside are dotted with majestic old buildings.
There are an enormous variety of things to see and do ranging from water sports to mountain trekking, archaeology to night clubbing and river rafting to raki drinking.
Literally and figuratively Turkey straddles the boundary between Europe and Asia.
Its former capital Istanbul (known in mediaeval times as Byzantium) is itself divided into Asian and European sectors by the Bosporus waterway, now bridged so that the continents are physically as well as politically linked.
Turkey is a land of extremes, with deserts, salt lakes, high mountains (including Ararat), volcanic regions, the vast plateau of Anatolia (the name means ‘land of the rising sun’) and a long and rugged Mediterranean coastline with delectable beaches.
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