List of Famous Religious Festivals in Turkey

Last updated on : October 7, 2018
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This List contains the 7 Famous Religious Festivals in Turkey.

In Turkey more than 1000 festivals and events are celebrating in every year. People of this country are celebrating these festivals for their entertainment and for enjoyment. Istanbul is a most important centre of festivals in Turkey and in summer season various music festivals are held in this country. There various religious festivals and events are celebrating in Turkey which are very famous and popular. Festivals like Camel Wrestling, Open Door Architecture, Istanbul Music Festival, Kas Lycia Festival, Oil Wrestling Championship are the popular festival of Turkey. Here are the list of famous religious festivals of Turkey.

List of Famous Religious Festivals in Turkey (7 Items)

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  1. The Oil Wrestling Festival is very old and famous festival of Turkey and second name of this festival is grease wrestling. It is the national sports o...read more
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  2. The Camel Wrestling Festival is very popular and religious festival of Turkey and it held in January. It is a very old festival which is originated in...read more
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  3. The Mevlana Whirling Dervishes Festival is most famous and traditional festival of Turkey. In this festival Sufism or Taṣawwuf giving a dance perfor...read more
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  4. Mesir Paste Festival is a popular festival of Turkey which is celebrated in Manisa for recovery of Hafsa Sultan, mother of Suleyman the Magnificent. S...read more
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  5. The Istanbul International Music Festival is one of the longest running festival of Istanbul city, musicians from different part of countries and reas...read more
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  6. The International Bodrum Dance Festival is very famous and traditional festival of Turkey. In this festival a large number of dancer from different re...read more
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  7. Ramadan Festival is traditional and very famous festival of Turkey, it is a time for visiting relatives and given respect to their older. The symbols ...read more
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