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  • Turkey and rules for carrying ID.

    TURKEY – A PASSPORT TO AN EASIER LIFE In our last blog we did our best to put a little perspective on Turkey’s ongoing state of emergency (http://keyholdersinternational.com/state-emergency-not-can-see/) For most of us going around our day-to-day lives, it’s actually often hard to tell it’s in force but there are a few rules and regulations you probably need to be aware of if you’re visiting or intend to live here – at least for now. One of them is the issue of ID which, as you would expect, has taken on more significance in light of world events recently. It’s always.

  • Enjoy Cafe Culture From Your Istanbul Property Investment

    Istanbul is a vibrant city, that like many others has embraced cafe culture. Alongside the traditional tea houses, and tea gardens, there are a growing number of modern coffee houses and cafes that are a must to visit. Whether you are in Istanbul to complete your Istanbul property investment, or are moving there full time, these are just some of the cafes you need to visit. The Ara Kafe is located next to Galatasaray High School, so it is very easy to find. The walls of this vibrant café are decorated with photographs, which give it a very individual and.

  • State of Emergency? Not that we can see.

    TURKEY – IS THERE A NEED FOR AN EMERGENCY EXIT? There have been quite a few changes to life in Turkey over the last few months – not least because of the ongoing state of emergency – and our intention is to try to cover them off with a series of blogs over the next few weeks. First of all, we’d like to offer a little reassurance particularly to those who might already be part-way through the process of acquiring property in the country and are perhaps now wondering whether they should have embarked on what probably started as an.

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