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Kusadasi, Turquia, November, 2012 Market These charms to ward off the evil eye were popular throughout the Mediterranean. We saw many styles of these in Turkey.

Kusadasi, Turquia, November, 2012 Market These charms to ward off the evil eye were popular throughout the Mediterranean. We saw many styles of these in Turkey.

Grand Bazaar, Istanbul, via Flickr. Picture by rkrumins

Grand Bazaar, Istanbul, via Flickr. Picture by rkrumins

Big Things of Australia Map Infographic • Australian culture • Australian humour • travel Australia • South Australia • Adelaide sights • aussie big things • riawati

Big Things of Australia Map Infographic • Australian culture • Australian humour • travel Australia • South Australia • Adelaide sights • aussie big things • riawati

Adult Fantasy Hotel Rooms | Aqua Fantasy Aquapark Hotel & Spa, Turkey All Inclusive | Holiday and ...

Adult Fantasy Hotel Rooms | Aqua Fantasy Aquapark Hotel & Spa, Turkey All Inclusive | Holiday and ...

From Kusadadi yo can take a day tour and go to Sirince, mountain village of craftspeople and their wares. kusadasi turkey

From Kusadadi yo can take a day tour and go to Sirince, mountain village of craftspeople and their wares. kusadasi turkey

The Bedesten of Kayseri - Turkey / by Cretense (George Zongolopoulos)

The Bedesten of Kayseri - Turkey / by Cretense (George Zongolopoulos)

Istanbul Province, Turkey  Nazar are basically an eye, which is supposed to ward off evil. The nazar are blue because blue eyes are considered good luck in Turkey. This item is also seen in other parts of the world such as Greece and Egypt. Many Turkish mothers sew small nazar to their children's clothes to protect them from evil things. In addition to this, many buses and other vehicles in Turkiye have the words printed on them "Mashallah," and often times have a nazar painted on them.

Istanbul Province, Turkey Nazar are basically an eye, which is supposed to ward off evil. The nazar are blue because blue eyes are considered good luck in Turkey. This item is also seen in other parts of the world such as Greece and Egypt. Many Turkish mothers sew small nazar to their children's clothes to protect them from evil things. In addition to this, many buses and other vehicles in Turkiye have the words printed on them "Mashallah," and often times have a nazar painted on them.

Writer's Wanderings: Through My Lens - Kusadasi, Turkey

Writer's Wanderings: Through My Lens - Kusadasi, Turkey

Sirince , Turkey

Sirince , Turkey

Hanging evil eyes in Kas, Turkey.

Hanging evil eyes in Kas, Turkey.

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