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    Posted: 10 Feb 2012 at 19:50
The ancient kingdom of Tuwana was found in Cappadocia!

http://www.ansamed.info/ansamed/en/news/nations/turkey/2012/02/10/visualizza_new.html_77413658.html

As they say in the article, it will be interesting to see what culture it belonged to. From what I have seen in Cappadocian Greek, there are many words that are not Greek, Turkish, Persian, Armenian, Hittite, Luwian or whatever, but they are crystal clear Indo-European. 
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Great news. Here my two cents about tourist staff... Most of tourists are coming to Turkey for just sun and beach. They never go outside of an hotel since they usually have limited money and they have no interest over cultural staff since they are low cultural class of europe and Russia. 
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Originally posted by Paradigm of Humanity Paradigm of Humanity wrote:

Great news. Here my two cents about tourist staff... Most of tourists are coming to Turkey for just sun and beach. They never go outside of an hotel since they usually have limited money and they have no interest over cultural staff since they are low cultural class of europe and Russia. 


I know this phenomenon and I was shocked of their ignorance in Fetiye. They had a paradise around them (Oludeniz) and they never moved their ass from Fetiye, because there's where alcohol was flowing. As for Kekova, you would only see "high class" (education wise) foreigners visiting the place.

However, the problem maybe in Turkey is that great monuments (except the region near Izmir) are located far from the coast that has the tourism. I mean, how many tourists visit Hattusa really? A great monument, but far from the beaches.

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Originally posted by Paradigm of Humanity Paradigm of Humanity wrote:

Great news. Here my two cents about tourist staff... Most of tourists are coming to Turkey for just sun and beach. They never go outside of an hotel since they usually have limited money and they have no interest over cultural staff since they are low cultural class of europe and Russia. 



What is a "low cultural class"?
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I think he meant working class which tends to have lower education?
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Originally posted by The Hidden Face The Hidden Face wrote:

I think he meant working class which tends to have lower education?

Not necessarily. I have a lot of friends with very well educational degrees. Still they doesn't give a bit interest over anything we valued here. It seems they like living in their little paperboard box...
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