Emre Tekin (@naturaphic)

TR: Sözcükler işaretlerdir, onlar yalnızca yönü gösterirler, ama bizimle birlikte gelmezler. Gerçek ise samimi eylemin meyvesidir.
EN: The words are signs, they only show direction, but they do not come with us. The truth is the fruit of sincere action.
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#nature #naturelovers #manzara #ig_turkey #ig_photooftheday #ig_nature #doga #landscape #landscapephotography #landscape_lover #mountains #mountain #mountainlife #anatolia #blacksea #traveller #greenlife #instanature #turkobjektif #objektifimden #forestlove #orman #kadrajımdan #zonguldak #anadolu #sunrise #doğa #sundown #sunset

adib barbarossa (@barba_ross)

[#Nginstag]

bukan #Keris, tapi #Pedang #pusaka
bukan dari #Nusantara, tapi dari #Anatolia
apakah ini bentuk akulturasi budaya?
antara Nusantara dan #Turco-#Mongolia
entahlah, sila teliti dan tanya ahlinya

pemilik bukan #Khalifah, meski anaknya jadi
bukan penakluk, meski ayahnya penakluk negri
ia terkenal sebagai penolong kaum #Yahudi
ketika Katolik Eropa mengusir para #Sephardi
ia adalah #Sultan #Bayezid II dari Osmani

#🖖🤓

Marc Aries (@marc_aries)

Carpet weaving is one of the most ancient crafts in Turkey and for centuries, women have played a pivotal role in their creation. Historically, the Turks were among the earliest carpet weavers. The earliest known carpet utilizing the double knotted Gordes style dates between the 4th & 1st centuries B.C. It is believed that the Seljuks introduced carpet weaving techniques into Anatolia in the 12th century.
#carpetweaving #carpet #seljuks #anatolia #selçuk #turkey #turkeytourism #traveler #holiday #vacation #instatravel #instadaily #instalike #instagood #instaselçuk #instaturkey #igers #igersselçuk #igturkey #igdaily #igselçuk #igturkey #latergram #latepost

Marwan G Nassar (@marwan.g.nassar)

Melqart (Phoenician: 𐤕𐤓𐤒𐤊𐤋𐤌‬, lit. Melek-qart, "King of the City"; ( Akkadian: Milqartu) was the tutelary god of the Phoenician city of Tyre. Melqart was often titled Ba‘l Ṣūr, "Lord of Tyre", and considered to be the ancestor of the Tyrian royal family.
In Greek, by interpretatio graeca he was identified with Heracles and referred to as the Tyrian Herakles.

As Tyrian trade and colonization expanded, Melqart became venerated in Phoenician and Punic cultures from Lebanon to Spain. The first occurrence of the name is in a 9th-century BCE stela inscription found in 1939 north of Aleppo in today northern Syria, the "Ben-Hadad" inscription, erected by the son of the king of Aram, "for his lord Melqart, which he vowed to him and he heard his voice"
-📍Antalya Museum, Antalya, Turkey 🇹🇷 -
#heracles #hercules #melqart #phoenician #tyre #history #statue #greek #roman #helenic #museum #antalya #attaleia #anatolia #turkey #travel #instatravel #antalyamuseum #power #strength #instatravel #travellife #igtravel #wanderlust #explore #adventure #travelstoke #worldcaptures #travelblogger #travelphotography #mythology
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