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Turkey Food

Turkey Food

CHICKEN DISHES In Anatolian villages, as a rule, people wake up not to the ringing of alarm clocks, but to the crowing of a rooster that is heard at sunrise. The gardens and yards of Anatolian villages are filled with the hubbub of children who compete with the rooster brethren and the clucking of numerous hens. In the morning, fresh chicken eggs are served for breakfast. In suburban areas, chickens and roosters are bred in almost every house, from which…

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Turkey Education

Turkey Education

Training In 1924, Kemal Atat邦rk closed the religious-affiliated schools in an effort to give the education system a secularized, Western orientation. Literacy campaigns in connection with the introduction of the Latin alphabet were of great benefit to the school system. At the same time, there is still extensive illiteracy especially in rural areas, not least in the country’s eastern parts and especially among women (20% over 15 years, for men 4% are reported). The high nativity has long negatively affected…

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