Energy Corridors and the Turkish Zeybek Dance

In the past, people appreciated the importance of the sun only when they were drying tomatoes and eggplants. Vegetables were hung on strings and left to dry under the sun.

The sun in Turkey’s Anatolia region is bringing welfare and prosperity to its people more than ever these days. Solar energy will be the most significant symbol of the new era. There will be more need for energy from the sun as a result of the natural decline of fossil fuels.

If we take into consideration the pollution caused by the fossil fuels, there is actually an immediate need for the sun to shine more brightly on Anatolia. After all, the solar energy that lights our world is 160 times

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