|Date:||Thursday, January 12, 2023|
The month of Ramadan in Turkey is characterized by its wonderful spiritual atmosphere. Turks consider the holy month m.
The month of Ramadan in Turkey is characterized by its wonderful spiritual atmosphere. Turks consider the holy month an occasion for celebration, gathering, and carrying out various activities. Mosques in Turkish cities are also preparing to receive the month of Ramadan, and are decorated with lights and banners welcoming the month of goodness, and all mosque beacons are lit during Maghrib prayer until Fajr prayer. Tarawih prayers are held in congregation during all days of Ramadan.
Ramadan rituals in Turkey:
The streets of Turkish cities celebrate the month of Ramadan with a great festive character, as collective iftar tables extend in public squares and squares. The city of Istanbul receives the first days of the month of Ramadan by preparing a collective banquet that will be held in the historic Sultanahmet Square. Relatives of martyrs of the armed forces and veterans with their families will participate in the banquet, along with the governor of Istanbul and the mayor of Al-Fateh, in addition to thousands of Turkish citizens. It is worth mentioning that collective iftar tables known as Ma’id al-Rahman are held throughout the city of Istanbul with its squares and squares. The Sultanahmet Square banquet is characterized by the wide participation of foreign tourists in addition to Arab investors who visit Turkey in the month of Ramadan looking for apartments for sale in Istanbul , because many companies Offers the best real estate offers in the holy month.
Among the most prominent traditional aspects of Ramadan that still exist in Turkey is the "mesaharati" who roams alleys and roads and beats the drum to wake up the sleepers and inform them of the time to prepare the suhoor meal.
Markets and malls are crowded with visitors during Ramadan, and they turn into a hive of activity, trade and gathering.
Ramadan tents are also set up in public squares, where friends and relatives gather after breaking the fast
They drink the distinctive Turkish tea, and the special Ramadan juices, and they chat and the beautiful nights are long accompanied by family and friends with singing and singing teams.
In addition to the special markets and bazaars that spread among the neighborhoods to display different types of Islamic books, games for children, and souvenirs. Some stalls selling special types of Ramadan food and drinks are opened.
Worship in the last ten days of Ramadan:
The last ten days of the blessed month of Ramadan are considered a time of worship and retreat, and the need for mosques to draw closer to God Almighty. It is customary in the last ten days for more than 11,000 mosques in Turkey to open their doors for those who wish to stay away from worldly life and its amusements, and to investigate the Night of Decree. Last Ramadan, more than 500 mosques in Istanbul and 344 mosques in the capital, Ankara, opened their doors for seclusion, and those in seclusion in Turkish mosques can eat breakfast and suhoor, sleep and shower in the facilities designated for that.
In these virtuous days, those who are in i'tikaf go to the mosques, cut off their prayers with the world, and turn away from it to prayer, recitation of the Qur'an, supplication, remembrance, and glorification, hoping that God will accept.
It is worth noting that the Turkish government pays great attention to religious facilities and is building mosques throughout the country in order to meet the needs of worshipers throughout Turkey. It also takes care of the historical mosques, which are a great historical treasure, and a destination for tourists, as Turkey is a distinguished tourist destination because of its historical and natural features that make it one of the most beautiful tourist places in the world.
The city of Istanbul has a special place for foreign and Arab tourists, as it is full of historical monuments such as mosques, palaces and churches, including the Sultan Ahmed Mosque, the Fatih Mosque, the Topkapi Palace and the Hagia Sophia Mosque.
The city embraces the best tourist places in Turkey, in addition to being the Turkish economic capital, as it is a destination for investors interested in buying apartments in European Istanbul and looking for villas for sale in Asian Istanbul.
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