Hundreds of years before Christ, what we now called Turkey was ruled by the Hittites. At least until the Hitharderites arrived.
Also followed the Hittites. Their advanced knowledge of ice production led them to freeze their opponents out.
Chain of ancient furniture shops.
It took ages and heaven knows how many forms just to renew a donkey licence.
Version of the famous Morris car designed to carry a donkey and a linen-chest in the back seat.
Named after the Roman leader who founded it, the Emperor Constantinople.
Just about anything he could get his hands on.
Everything the Sultan didn’t.
Turkish pop group famous for tunes like “Crimea River”.
Lead singer of the Dardanelles.
Flows through the Dardanelles. Their concerts are unusual affairs.
When the Dardanelles won Eurovision.
Turkey is home to history’s first mountaineer. Most of his equipment was out of the Ark.
What Noah used to hang on to the top of Mount Ararat.
Sacking of Constantinople
Heavy cloth that was particularly hard to dry.
What sacking of Constantinople is, particularly.
Drying technique essential before the introduction of spin-driers for dealing with wet sacking of Constantinople.
What a Turkish astronomer says when he spots a space station.
Firm that runs the Turkish elections.
First word Turkish babies learn.
Turkish men’s magazine featuring donkeys in curious predicaments.
Where an Istanbul portrait photographer generally points his camera.
Turkey has given many popular things to modern European society. All of them are best enjoyed inside a pitta bread or on a skewer.