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Whirling Dervish Lodge

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Skip the tourist dervish shows in Istanbul and get to the real thing. Yenner our guide took us to the Whirling Dervish Lodge in Bursa for their nightly spiritual gathering where we were among a very small handful of foreign tourists in the crowd. I honestly only saw two other foreign tourists and they were from Korea. This show is presented nightly for religious reasons and tickets were not sold.

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Written by  Sherry Ott.

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