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Turkish Coaster

Updated at 2024-05-20

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Turkish patterns have been used on everyday objects for thousands of years. However, it is believed that the widespread popularity of Turkish patterns began with the emergence of the Ottoman Empire as the bridge connecting the East and West. Although the Ottoman Empire was predominantly Islamic, its political policies of religious tolerance and its geopolitical location at the intersection of continents allowed Turkish art to fully absorb the essence of Arab, Mediterranean, and Eastern civilizations, develop a unique style of grandeur and symmetry, and spread concurrently with the empire's influence.

Details

Name
Turkish Coaster
Giver
Muhammed Berdibek, Representative, Turkish Trade Office in Taipei
Friendly States
Republic of Türkiye

Flag: The national flag of Turkey is a red flag featuring a white star and crescent from its emblem. Red represents the Ottoman Empire and the crescent and star symbolize Turkish people. The current Turkish flag is directly derived from the late Ottoman flag, which acquired its final form in 1844.
National day: Oct. 29
Language: Turkish
Capital: Ankara
Area: 780,043 square kilometers
Population: Approx. 85,970,000 people
Currency: YTL
Government: Representative democracy, constitutional republic

Size
L8.8cm W8.8cm H0.4cm
Category
Handicrafts
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