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Rain splashed the window. It was freezing cold. When I sat in the dark depths of the University of Birmingham Library in 1994, I dreamed of a warm and exotic place. Turkey was the place that enlightened my imagination. Three great things embody this land. Only four hours by air from the UK, it has a profoundly different culture, clearly unknown. A country at the head of Europe and Asia, with two heads simultaneously East-West, embodies the magic and mysticism of the East. Formerly known as nomads of Central Asia, Turks were for centuries the global mediator, famous merchants who …

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