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This essay will be devoted to my visit to my native county “Turkey”. I was born and raised in the United States. New York City. I grew up here in the United States, Brooklyn area. I have a mixed culture since I grew up here. My parents wanted me to have the originally Turkish culture. My parents wanted us to visit Turkey to keep with our native culture. Since I was born in the United States, I have never visited Turkey. In this essay, I will explain my first visit experience.
Prior to my visit, my knowledge about Turkey was limited. I only hear about it from my parents, family members who live there, and the Turkish media. My family take trips in the summer to Istanbul where the rest of the family live. But my father and mother has been planning to take us on a trip to Turkey. When my father told the family, that we will visit Turkey, I was not very intrigue about the idea. My father promised that the trip will be full of fun and excitement.
The flight was very long; the trip was almost 24 hours including the transit on Frankfort airport which lasted for six hours. We took off from JFK airport; we landed on Frankfort airport after a long flight. I was very tired and exhausted. The longest flight I had experienced in my entire life. I took rest in the airport. After that I took a walk in the airport. After six hours transit, the flight continued to Turkey, Istanbul airport. Finally, we arrived at Istanbul airport.
Our tour started in the city of Istanbul, we visited many places there. Istanbul is one of the oldest cities in the world. The city is divided in two parts, the old city of Istanbul and the new city of Istanbul. The new city is modern. There are big roads and buildings. I was more attracted to the old city of Istanbul. Which I and the rest of my family were more attracted to see. Istanbul is the largest city in Turkey and 5th largest city proper in the world with a population of 12.8 million, also making it the second

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