Monthly Archives: November 2010

Turkish Foreign Minister Davutoğlu to lecture at Georgetown

Update: This old post is re-categorized and might unexpectedly show up in your RSS readers now. The event has passed, so feel free to ignore this post on your RSS readers. Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu will give a lecture … Continue reading

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Eid al-Adha

We wish everyone the best on Eid al-Adha! We hope every one of us can take some time off to visit our family and friends and spend some quality time. There is no single name for this festival across all … Continue reading

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72nd Anniversary of Atatürk’s Death

Turkspot remembers Mustafa Kemal Atatürk on the 72nd anniversary of his death. Atatürk passed away on November 10th, 1938, but his legacy still remains. Turkish youth are still following his footsteps and promoting his ideas all around the world. Yes, we do … Continue reading

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Madison Turkish Film Festival

The 6th Annual Madison Turkish Film Festival will take place this weekend. The movies that will be screened are “10 to 11“, “Soul Kitchen“, “Bornova Bornova“, and “Wrong Rosary“. All movies will be at Fredric March Play Circle and Memorial Union … Continue reading

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Florida Turkish Festival on November 20

The 9th Annual Florida Turkish Festival will take place on November 20th in Hollywood Beach. The event will feature the Turkish folk dance group ATA, the band Tamzara, a belly dancing show, an ebru (paper marbling) workshop, and activities for kids. … Continue reading

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