Monthly Archives: December 2014

Solstice a Cause for Celebration Since Ancient Times

The winter solstice is again upon the Northern Hemisphere, and though the year’s shortest day heralds the onset of winter it also promises the gradual return of the sun after a prolonged period of darkness. Advertisements

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The Mysterious Gobekli Tepe

Gobekli Tepe (Gobekli: Belly Tepe: Hill) is a site six miles outside of Urfa, Turkey that contains megalith circles. It was uncovered in 1994 by German archaeologist Klaus Schmidt. Since that time, Klaus and his team have uncovered at least … Continue reading

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A Story of the City: Constantinople, Istanbul

A multi-instrumentalist and ethnomusicologist Mehmet Ali Sanlikol composed the colorful rhythms of Istanbul in his new cd called  ” A story of the City: Constantinople, Istanbul”.

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