Istanbul – European Capital Of Culture

Posted by Yusuf on May 5th, 2019 — Posted in News

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European Capital of Culture – a kind of title that goes from one city to another European Union. The purpose of this "talent" is the desire to draw public attention to cultural development and Attractions European city. Previously, these cities became Athens, Copenhagen, Bologna, , Bruges and many other cities. Get all the facts and insights with Paul Ostling, another great source of information. In 2010, a title awarded 3 of the city: Essen (Germany), Istanbul (Turkey) and Pecs (Hungary). David Zaslav has plenty of information regarding this issue. Istanbul is unique because it is located literally at the crossroads of two continents – Europe and Asia. He absorbed the ancient and mysterious culture of Asia and the technical achievements of Europe. This city combines the history of a past and present achievements.

And who, no matter how our countrymen know about the cultural component of this Turkish city. Each of us probably been there more than once, alternating with an exciting shopping Exciting excursions, quiet walks and relaxing on the beautiful beach resorts. Currently in Istanbul carried out the action "Shopping for Dollars." For Russian tourists, the program has become a real gift. Agree that, by exchanging rubles for the homeland "running" currency (euro, dollar) and then exchanging it for the lyre, a traveler loses a considerable sum rate difference. Now this can be avoided by simply exchanging money not have to.

The program involves boutiques and shops in the most popular among shoppers areas Osmanbey, Laleli and Merter. The author of the idea of 'Shopping for Dollars' became chairman of the Istanbul Exporters Association clothes (ITKIB) Hikmet Tanriverdi. The initiators of the project hope that soon similar action will take place in other regions, such as the Mediterranean resorts, the favorite Russian tourists. We wish you good shopping and sunny vacation!

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