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In Turkey Traditions and Holidays.

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•Our country consists of 7 different regions.
•These 7 regions have various festivals.
•We keep these traditions alive at these
festivals.
•In national and religious festivals, the
feelings of togetherness and cooperation are
kept alive in the community.

•Our country consists of 7 different regions.
•These 7 regions have various festivals.
•We keep these traditions alive at these
festivals.
•In national and religious festivals, the
feelings of togetherness and cooperation are
kept alive in the community.

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In Turkey Traditions and Holidays.

  1. 1. MY COUNTRY, YOUR COUNTRY 2019-2022 ERASMUS PROJECT Strategic school partnership project HUNGARY – ITALY – SLOVAKIA – SPAIN - TURKEY
  2. 2. RELIGIOUS HOLIDAYS OFFICIAL HOLIDAYS AND TRADITIONAL HOLIDAYS IN TURKEY
  3. 3. • Our country consists of 7 different regions. • These 7 regions have various festivals. • We keep these traditions alive at these festivals. • In national and religious festivals, the feelings of togetherness and cooperation are kept alive in the community.
  4. 4. OFFICIAL HOLIDAYS • 29 October Republic Day: It starts in the afternoon of 28 October. October 29 is a holiday. • August 30 Victory Day: It starts in the afternoon of August 29. August 30 is a holiday. • April 23 National Sovereignty and Children's Day: It starts in the afternoon of April 22. April 23 is a holiday.
  5. 5. 29 October Republic Day It is the day the republic was founded and regained its independence in our country.
  6. 6. August 30 Victory Day It is the day when the last war during the re- establishment of our country ended in victory.
  7. 7. April 23 National Sovereignty and Children's Day It is the day the National Assembly was established in our country. This day has been declared a holiday for future generations (children).
  8. 8. RELIGIOUS HOLIDAYS • Ramadan Feast: Three days • Feast of Sacrifices : Four days In Islam, the Hijri calendar is used. In the Hijri calendar 1 year is 354 days. It is 11 days less than the Gregorian calendar. For this reason, religious days start 11 days before each year. Thus, festivals are celebrated at different times of the year.
  9. 9. Ramadan Feast In the Islamic world, it is a religious holiday celebrated for three days after Ramadan, which is the month of fasting. The day before the feast is called arafah.
  10. 10. This holiday is called Ramadan Feast because it expresses the joy of the successful fulfillment of fasting. These holidays take on the task of bringing the community together. While unity, togetherness and closeness are experienced at an extreme during the holidays; The feelings of socializing, sharing and helping each other are also felt intensely.
  11. 11. • Houses are cleaned before the holiday • Everyone gets dressed in their new clothes. • When the sun rises in the morning, everyone goes to the mosque for the feast prayer. After the prayer, the feast is celebrated with everyone.
  12. 12. The Best Way to Get Together: Visiting the Elderly • Family members collect at the oldest person's home. • A festive breakfast is then served, adorned with rich food.
  13. 13. Visiting a cemetery It is the most meaningful holiday tradition to remember one's relatives and pray for them on the feast day.
  14. 14. Baklava is a must for visits..! When you think of the Ramadan feast, you may think of all kinds of sweets that you eat at every house you go to. Grandmother's walnut baklava, aunt's Şöbiyet,...
  15. 15. what is the Feast celebration for children? • Children kiss the hand of the elders they visit, and the elders give her pocket money for this act of respect and deference. • Children collect chocolates and candies on visits.
  16. 16. TRADITIONAL HOLIDAYS • Spring Festival: First day of May • New Year’s Day: It starts on the afternoon of December 31st. January 1 is a holiday.
  17. 17. LABOR AND SOLIDARITY DAY 1 May Workers and employees demonstrate in the streets. Fun is held in the streets.
  18. 18. New Year’s Day New Year's wishes are offered. Streets and avenues are decorated. Meals are made, prayers are made.
  19. 19. TRADITIONAL FESTIVALS • Tulip festival -April • Nevroz Festival: 6th May
  20. 20. TULIP FESTIVAL In April The tulip, which is one of the heralds of spring and blooms with colorful flowers in spring, has become a symbol of life and fertility especially for Turks. There are tulips in İstanbul Emirgan Wood , in 125 different species.
  21. 21. Nevroz Festival 6th May In that day usually Offering sherbet Games are playing Meals are making Big fires are lit and they jump over it by making a wish. Special gifts are calling "Nevruziye" It is accepted as the day of awakening, resurrection and creation for all beings and is celebrated with the name of Nevruz / New day holiday.
  22. 22. HARVEST FESTIVALS • QUİNCE FESTIVAL- OCTOBER • APPLE FESTIVAL- SEPTEMBER • POMEGRANATE FESTIVAL- OCTOBER • STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL- JULY • WATERMELON FESTIVAL- AUGUST • … There are 4 seasons and 7 regions in Turkey. Therefore, the plant diversity is very rich. Many vegetables and fruits are grown. Every city has its own festival. Celebrations of their own in these cities have become traditional. Products are exhibited, games and entertainments are organized. Competitions are held in that festivals.
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