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The New Turkish Lira (Yeni Türk Lirası, YTL) – which was introduced on January 1, 2005 – will be replaced by the Turkish Lira (Türk Lirası, TL) as of January 1, 2009. At the same time, the 200 Turkish Lira banknote has been introduced. Turkey Drops the ’Y’ in Its National Currency After a 4-year […]

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In this third post of the Turkish Language for Tourists series, I’ll provide you with a list of basic words you’ll need to establish some kind of communication. Before learning these words, make sure to master the Turkish pronunciation rules first. Basic Turkish Words yes evet no hayır hello merhaba ok tamam Mr bay Mrs […]

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The Turkish lira (Türk Lirası – TL) was introduced in 1844 and was the currency of Turkey until 2005. That year Turkey switched to the New Turkish Lira (Yeni Türk Lirası – YTL, or more officially TRY). They dropped six zeros of the old banknotes and introduced new banknotes and coins. As you can see […]

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With some 25 million visitors finding their way to Turkey every year, tourism is a key player in the country’s economy. Since tourists shouldn’t encounter any difficulties spending their money, all options are open: cash, credit cards and maybe even still traveler’s cheques. But what is the most sensible way to bring your money along? […]

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