Recently we went to a classical music/opera concert held inside some caves called "The mouth of Hell." The concert was wonderful. We especially enjoyed listening to the young lady on the left sing Mozart's "Queen of the Night." Our surroundings were somewhat eerie. This is the legendary place where Hercules entered into lower Hades and captured Cerberus, the hound of hell. These caves were also used as a secret worship place of Christians during the 7th century Arab invasions. Bats abound.
Traditional Turkish folk dancers during a local festival. You can listen to some Turkish music here.
This is my favorite Turkish dessert. It is called 'Pismaniye' and looks like spun cotton, but it melts in your mouth. It is made from helva.