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Is it true that the only carnivorous camel in the world is the Turkish camel? Is Istanbul the only city in the world located on two continents (Asia and Europe) simultaneously? Is it true that about 80% of young men in Turkey wear a moustache? Find the answers to these amazing facts and more here!
FALSE Fact #1: The only carnivorous camel in the world is the Turkish camel. TRUE Fact #2: Istanbul, Turkey is the only city in the world located on two continents (Asia and Europe) simultaneously. FALSE Fact #3: About 80% of young men in Turkey wear a moustache. FALSE Fact #4: The protocol is that when you are invited to a Turkish home for dinner, you have to bring a popular dessert from your country. TRUE Fact #5: In 1999 dogs predicted an earthquake in Ismit, Turkey. TRUE Fact #6: The first human ever to attempt to fly was Turkish FALSE Fact #7: The 14th of every month is a holiday in Turkey. TRUE Fact #8: Agatha Christie wrote her famous novel “Murder on the Orient Express” at Pera Palas Hotel in Istanbul TRUE Fact #9: In 2010, 65 Turkish chefs cooked the world’s largest omelette. It weighed 9,700 pounds. FALSE Fact #10: In Turkey, only women are allowed to carry guns to protect themselves. TRUE Fact #11: The mayor of Batman city, Turkey wants to sue Warner Brothers for royalties from the film. TRUE Fact #12: Turkey introduced coffee to Europe