.26th September Turkish Language National Day!

You may never see the letters in other alphabets: ç, ğ, ş, ü, ö.

Turkish is a very ancient language going back 5500 to 8500 years.

The oldest written records are found upon stone monuments in Central Asia, in the Orhon, Yenisey and Talas regions within the boundaries of present-day Mongolia. These were erected to Bilge Kaghan (735), Kültigin (732), and the vizier Tonyukuk (724-726).

After the founding of the Turkish republic in 1923, the Arabic script was replaced by the Latin alphabet. Today is the day for us celebrating to this replace.