Guided Turkey tours inform about the name of Turkey

One thing is so clear: Turkey is not mentioned with the name of a poultry. The name of Turkey is not an invention of the bird. Come and have guided Turkey tours with us. On the contrary, the name of the bird comes from the name of our country. In other words, the name of the country we live in today’s way of getting it is far ahead of the word “turkey” in English.

Italian merchant meets Turks

The migration of various Turkish tribes to Anatolia from the 11th century changed the demographic and linguistic composition of Asia Minor. Accordingly, the Italian (Venetian and Genoa) merchant who had the most intense shopping with Anatolia started to mention “Turchia” in this area since the 13th century. This use has become increasingly common.

It has passed from other Italian languages ​​to other European languages. That’s how it got in English. So (with the capital letter T) “Turkey” is not the name of a bird in English, but “the land where the Turks live”. In other words, “Turkey” is nothing but English in “Turkey”. British and Americans say “Turkey”. French “Turquie”, Italians; “Turchia”.

Over time, the Ottoman Empire grew and expanded, covering a very wide area. More precisely, it has settled into a very large area between Europe and the Far East (China, India, etc.). So much so that in the eyes of some Europeans, the Sark (the East, the Asian) has become completely identical.

Zerrin Sapmaz

Private Turkey tour guide – Zerrin As private Turkey tour guide, I’m one of those lucky people! I get to live my passion each day when I introduced you my beloved country. Exploring a country where you haven’t before can seem overwhelming, but I make it effortless. My name is Zerrin Sapmaz. I am a

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Guided Turkey tours inform about the name of Turkey

One thing is so clear: Turkey is not mentioned with the name of a poultry. The name of Turkey is not an invention of the bird. Come and have guided Turkey tours with us. On the contrary, the name of the bird comes from the name of our country. In other words, the name of the country we live in today’s way of getting it is far ahead of the word “turkey” in English.

Italian merchant meets Turks

The migration of various Turkish tribes to Anatolia from the 11th century changed the demographic and linguistic composition of Asia Minor. Accordingly, the Italian (Venetian and Genoa) merchant who had the most intense shopping with Anatolia started to mention “Turchia” in this area since the 13th century. This use has become increasingly common.

It has passed from other Italian languages ​​to other European languages. That’s how it got in English. So (with the capital letter T) “Turkey” is not the name of a bird in English, but “the land where the Turks live”. In other words, “Turkey” is nothing but English in “Turkey”. British and Americans say “Turkey”. French “Turquie”, Italians; “Turchia”.

Over time, the Ottoman Empire grew and expanded, covering a very wide area. More precisely, it has settled into a very large area between Europe and the Far East (China, India, etc.). So much so that in the eyes of some Europeans, the Sark (the East, the Asian) has become completely identical.

Private tour guide Turkey Ensar Islamoglu

Ensar Islamoglu

Private Tour Guide Turkey Ensar Islamoglu tells about himself I was born in Turkey and live in Turkey, Istanbul. I have been a private tour guide Turkey for 23 years. Although I am a licensed guide for whole Turkey, I am especially an expert of Istanbul and Ephesus tours. One thing that you can be

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Guided Turkey tours inform about the name of Turkey

One thing is so clear: Turkey is not mentioned with the name of a poultry. The name of Turkey is not an invention of the bird. Come and have guided Turkey tours with us. On the contrary, the name of the bird comes from the name of our country. In other words, the name of the country we live in today’s way of getting it is far ahead of the word “turkey” in English.

Italian merchant meets Turks

The migration of various Turkish tribes to Anatolia from the 11th century changed the demographic and linguistic composition of Asia Minor. Accordingly, the Italian (Venetian and Genoa) merchant who had the most intense shopping with Anatolia started to mention “Turchia” in this area since the 13th century. This use has become increasingly common.

It has passed from other Italian languages ​​to other European languages. That’s how it got in English. So (with the capital letter T) “Turkey” is not the name of a bird in English, but “the land where the Turks live”. In other words, “Turkey” is nothing but English in “Turkey”. British and Americans say “Turkey”. French “Turquie”, Italians; “Turchia”.

Over time, the Ottoman Empire grew and expanded, covering a very wide area. More precisely, it has settled into a very large area between Europe and the Far East (China, India, etc.). So much so that in the eyes of some Europeans, the Sark (the East, the Asian) has become completely identical.

Turkey tour guide Tolkin Ramazanova Ephesus

Tolkin Ramazanova

Turkey tour guide Tolkin Ramazanova tells about herself Hello all, I am one of the turkey tour guide, Tolkin, I am from Kazakhstan. I came to Turkey in 1992 to finish my higher education at the Aegean University in Izmir. Immediately I have fallen in love Turkey that I decided to make the next step.

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Guided Turkey tours inform about the name of Turkey

One thing is so clear: Turkey is not mentioned with the name of a poultry. The name of Turkey is not an invention of the bird. Come and have guided Turkey tours with us. On the contrary, the name of the bird comes from the name of our country. In other words, the name of the country we live in today’s way of getting it is far ahead of the word “turkey” in English.

Italian merchant meets Turks

The migration of various Turkish tribes to Anatolia from the 11th century changed the demographic and linguistic composition of Asia Minor. Accordingly, the Italian (Venetian and Genoa) merchant who had the most intense shopping with Anatolia started to mention “Turchia” in this area since the 13th century. This use has become increasingly common.

It has passed from other Italian languages ​​to other European languages. That’s how it got in English. So (with the capital letter T) “Turkey” is not the name of a bird in English, but “the land where the Turks live”. In other words, “Turkey” is nothing but English in “Turkey”. British and Americans say “Turkey”. French “Turquie”, Italians; “Turchia”.

Over time, the Ottoman Empire grew and expanded, covering a very wide area. More precisely, it has settled into a very large area between Europe and the Far East (China, India, etc.). So much so that in the eyes of some Europeans, the Sark (the East, the Asian) has become completely identical.

Tour guide Turkey Seyran Topal

Seyran Topal

Tour guide Turkey Seyran Topal talkes about herself I’m a licensed tour guide Turkey in English and Arabic with an experience in arranging private and regular tours individually designed for tourists and business people since 2008. I was born in Antakya (Antiochia) in 1988 and love my hometown and Turkey more than any other place

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