2.1 turkey´s traditions Kaşık Oyunu or `The Dance of the Spoon 'is typical of the area of Konya and Silifke. It is a dance in which men and women dressed in colorful costumes to producing rhythm with spoons bearing in their hands.
2.2 Italian traditions The Carnival of Venice emerges from the tradition of the seventeenth century, where the nobility was disguised to go out and mingle with the people. Since then the masks are the most important element of the carnival. The Carnival of Venice has a duration of 10 days. Opera was born in Italy around 1600, where he continued to have a dominant role in the history of the genre until today. The most famous composer in all the world are Rossini, Bellini, Donizetti, Verdi and Puccini.
2.3 spanish traditions The tapa tradition is as important for the conversation and company as for the delicious food. Every Spaniard has his favourite tasca, as the tapas bars are often called, where he goes regularly to meet his friends or business acquaintances. Bulls is a typically Spanish tradition that is that the men has to gain control of the bull in an elegant way. Flamenco is a genre of music and dance that originated in Andalusia which is based on music and dance of Andalusia and in whose creation and development played a crucial role of the Andalusian Gypsies.
3.1 turkish art 3.1 TURKISH ART Islamic art varies substantially from Western Art due primarily to restrictions in the Koran on depicting the human form. Rather than being representational of the profane world, the perfection of Ottoman art lies in the pure balance of color, line and rhythm in geometric patterns and designs
3.2 Italian´s art Italian art, works of art produced in the geographic region that now constitutes the nation of Italy. Italian art has engendered great public interest and involvement, resulting in the consistent production of monumental and spectacular works. In addition, Italian art has nearly always been closely allied with the intellectual and/or religious currents of its day while retaining its own remarkable past as a continual source of inspiration.
3.3 Spanish art Spanish art is the name given to the artistic disciplines and works developed in Spain, and those by Spanish artists worldwide. Due to historic, geographic and generational diversity, Spanish art has numerous influences. The Moorish heritage in Spain, especially in Andalucia is evident today in cities like Cordoba,Sevilla, and Granada. European influences include Italy and France, especially during the Baroque and Neoclassical periods