Marmara and Istanbul - Turkey
A juncture between Europe and Asia, the Marmara Region occupies the northwest corner of the country. Over the centuries this area has seen thousands of tribes and their civilisations pass by from one continent to the other.
Istanbul stands, as the core of this background, with all its magnificence, and signs from a far-reaching past, on both sides of the Bosphorus.
Facing the city, small, pretty islands, adorning the sea feature the land in climatic characteristics of the Black Sea influence from the north and separated from the typical Mediterranean climate prevailing from the south. This area facilitates growing a variety of fruits as rainfall is high enough, while snowfall enlivens the winter holidays.