DAILY WHIRLING DERVISHES ISTANBUL SHOW Summary

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DAILY WHIRLING DERVISHES ISTANBUL SHOW


Mawlana Jalaladdeen Rumi or Rumi for short, a spiritual master and poet of the late 13th century, has enjoyed enormous popularity in the U.S. recently. This site brings you information about the U.S. performances of the Whirling Dervishes from Konya, Turkey, organized by local and national non- profit organizations including The Institute of Interfaith Dialog and The Raindrop Foundation. Hodjapasha Culture Center This new center is recently converted from a 550 years old historical Turkish Bath called Hoca Pasa Bath. also known as Hoca Sinan Pasa bath. It was built by Hoca Sinan Pasa who was a teacher and later vizier to Fatih Sultan Mehmet during 1470's. It was a double bath for both men and women. It is comperatively a big math with high dome, made of cut stone and also corner walls are designed like a peacock tail. This building served as a Turkish bath til 1988. Turkish Mystic Music & Dance ... 800 Years of Tradition Sufi Music Concert and Whirling Dervishes Ceremony by Sufi Group of Istanbul Galata Mevlevileri. Thank you for choosing us and we hope you have a memorable time in Turkey. We look forward to seeing you in the future on another adventure with us.

DAILY WHIRLING DERVISHES ISTANBUL SHOW Photos

Hodjapasa Bath Whirling Dervishes Show

Tour Includes

Private pick up transfer from your hotel in Istanbul at approx. 7:00pm Whirling Dervishes Ceremony and Sufi Music Concert All entrance fees mentioned in the itinerary Transportation in a fully air
conditioned, non
smoking coach Professional English
speaking tour guide Private return transfer to your hotel at approx. 9:00pm

Tour Not Includes

International flightsInsurance: All typesTurkey entry visaItems of a personal nature such as alcoholic drinks, cold drinks, laundryAny others expenses which are not mentioned at the included section

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