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Eid ul-Adha for Fun in Kasim Tuet HS

Posted on 25/11/2011

Eid ul-Adha for Fun in Kasim Tuet HS

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Pearl Institute (Formerly known as Anatolia Cultural and Dialogue Centre) participated in “Eid-ul Adha for Fun” Culture and Food Festival that was organized by Kasim Tuet High School for it’s students teachers and staffs.

Especially  students had a great opportunity to understand different cultures and taste foods. Visitors to the festival enjoyed culinary treats from Turkey, including vegetable and meat dishes, salads, borek, sarma, Turkish delight, as well as Turkish coffee and tea.

(November, 2010, Kasim Tuet High School)

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