Istanbul Coffee Festival

Istanbul Coffee Festival, as one of Europe\'s two largest coffee festivals, will highlight the path of certified coffee starting from the source for the 8th time, as well as the history of coffee and today\'s new generation tastes. The event, which will take place over four days between October 7-10, is based on the emotions evoked by coffee and living spaces.\r\n\r\nWhether you\'re a beginner, coffee aficionado, confessed coffee geek, or key industry stakeholder, we are about to curate an immersive program just for you.

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A Nobel Award Winner Turkish Scientist: Aziz Sancar

\'\'Success is doing what you love and working hard for it,\'\' said Aziz Sancar in an interview. Being a Nobel Prize-winning Turkish molecular biologist, Sancar was born in 1946 in Mardin. His parents were uneducated, but they were well aware of the importance of education. His parents did everything to raise him with knowledge and sent him to school. Thus, Sancar always had great academic success throughout his school life.

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Best Music Festivals in Istanbul

Meet with the music festivals in Istanbul, where we can get rid of the intense stress and tension that has come into our lives with the pandemic. We have not yet come out of this period that we have just begun to get through. Well, let\'s take a look at which music festivals there are in Istanbul.

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Best Forests to Visit in Istanbul

We all need a getaway from Istanbul\'s crowd, stress, and busy life sometimes. A break is needed when you feel the most intense anxiety, or you may simply want to take a break and get fresh air and go for a run. The forests of Istanbul may help you to find some peace of mind. We will talk about the forests that you can visit in Istanbul in this article:

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Ataturk Arboretum

Founded by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk on August 19, 1929, as Turkey\'s first arboretum (living tree museum), Atatürk Arboretum is among the important touristic attractions of local and foreign tourists.\r\n\r\nAtatürk Arboretum is a huge living tree museum spread over 296 hectares in the southeast of the Belgrad Forest. It houses an incredible number of tree varieties. Atatürk Arboretum was built as a botanical garden, so it is almost impossible to see such a variety of trees together under normal conditions.

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