Turkey, a country spanning Europe and Asia, borders the Black Sea in the north, the Mediterranean Sea in the south, Syria and Iraq in the southeast, the Aegean Sea in the west, Greece and Bulgaria, and Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Iran in the east. Located in the “critical” of the clash of civilizations, their identity is often erratic.
The ancestors of the Turks, allegedly moved from the Altai Mountains to Asia Minor in the 8th century, and established the Ottoman Empire at the end of the 13th century. The empire reached its peak in the 16th century. At the beginning of the 20th century, it became a semi-colonial country of Britain, France, Germany and other countries. In 1919, Kemal led the national liberation war against aggression and won. On October 29, 1923, the Republic of Turkey was established and Kemal was elected as the first president.
Turkey is compatible with many different civilizations, different races, different languages and different beliefs. This history has made today’s Turks, while inheriting an extremely rich cultural heritage, inevitably suffer the pain of conflict. Such fate, they cannot choose, and they cannot escape.
The fate of the hustle and bustle also adds a psychedelic, clear, innocent and vicissitude character to this country in the border of Europe, Asia and Africa. Turkey is like a dazzling mosaic. When people pick up one of them, they will always fall into it, and they will never forget to return.
Turkey has a dance called a spin dance, which is related to religious sacrifices. The elders led the five squats to change the black and white clothes several times and kept spinning. Every action has a specific religious significance. The Turks believe that in the rotation and dizziness, it is the moment closest to Allah.
Everything is spinning, big to the planet, small to the atom. When the cold comes, the battle moves to the stars, and the Turkish kaleidoscope made up of countless mosaics is bursting in the rotation