The following is an excellent article by a Turkish historian, Barin Kayaoglu, regarding Iranians, their history and culture://www.turkishweekly.net/comments.php?id=2957
The article notes of the Iranians' hospitality. Allow me to humbly affirm the warmth and the hopitality of the Turkish people as well; anyone who has the priviledge of visiting Turley will see this first-hand. The author also praises Iranian cuisine; Turkish cuisine is also known as one of the finest in the world. The same can be said with respect to the Seljuk-Ottoman architecture, arts, music, etc.; areas where both people share much of rich legacy.
The two countries both have much potential and it would be interesting to have them re-discover their links...
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