Relationship with the public science and human being:

The people, white, black or yellow color (race) as  a certain family (family), in physical life (Environment), production, consumption (Economics), in case study (Education), traditions and customs and (Tore) with life (religion) tax citizenship to vote and ( States), such as each part is unique this cultural area with life and influence during this cultural   are come together.


The review addressed a scientific society branches receive.

There he begins with beauty English as a first time in 1846, William John Thomas by Folk = Folk - Lore =   information with the formation this first, then depending  conditions, knowledge of Scandinavian and Latin countries used by more scientific term for a   Folklore It is known tab Folklore un national. Location: is owned by community rating. Research and related   where strengthening of the society allows

Folk Dances:

Small and big group of people in the international. Historical is the product of a start Export this sure in the small and big group people law process, today the first public dances. Life then as a part  As their the natural need other communities to protect become aware that the "Community" and "Consciousness" as communities human nature, human relations people, beliefs and feelings short, with physical movement, music and rhythm is transmitted basic. This "dance" can be specified with the name of

Turkish Folk Dances:


Our great leader Mustafa Kemal Ataturk has explained through one of his maxims that "The basic principle of the Republic of Turkey is culture".

We believe that folk culture is a cornerstone for our natural cohesion and unity. An overall development on various fields of economic and social life can only be achieve through education and culture. Cultural values that reflect our national pride and aesthetic values are very important. We can as a stable society find our spiritual, physical and aesthetic needs from the values of Turkish folk culture.

The unusual wealth and variety of Turkish folk music and dance attracts the attention of people from all over the world. Many of the

Turkish  folkdance map

melodies and movements have very ancient origins stemming from the many different aspects of Turkish culture that form the background of modern Turkey.

Turkish Folk Dances  determined seven regions

Every district has its own local tunes, songs and dances. There is some special song or dance for every event of rural life. A birth or a wedding, the death of a loved one, sowing the field and harvesting the crops or leading the flocks to water. Some of the songs and dances have to do with a particular craft or work, some have fertility or good luck as a theme, while others express the timeless feelings of a man, joy and sadness, the longing of an exile for his home and homeland, love and affection for the beloved.

The instruments played are still mainly traditional and again vary from region to region. They are made by local craftsmen of great skill from locally obtained materials. One of these the "saz" with its wide range, may be considered the earliest form of the Western lute.

Turkey has been the birthplace and bridge for many civilizations and has thus inherited a very rich tradition of folklore. Each region has its own dance and costumes. As in every branch of folklore, the mimic and motions in the dances portray the soul and character of the Turkish people. The feelings are reflected in their handcrafts, the beautiful head scarves, handbags, crochet work, hand woven carpets and kilims where each motif has a special meaning. One is left with an impression of harmony and fluency in the motion of the figures and the colorful flowing costumes.

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