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Eminonu District, Fatih District, Grand Bazaar, Istanbul, Jewelry

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Stock photo ID:181308976
Upload date:September 18, 2013

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In Turkey, wherever you look, you'll meet plenty of eyes looking at you. It is common in the Turkish culture to give a gift of a Blue Glass Nazar Boncugu (Nazar boncuk) or The Evil Eye Bead as it is more widely known. People hang a small evil eye amulet from the rear view mirror of their car, keep several small evil eye beads or evil eye charms on hand to give to guests, hang an evil eye near their door in the home or office. Glass evil eyes are worn, in the form of jewelry; evil eye bracelet, evil eye necklace, evil eye anklet, gold or silver evil eye charms and evil eye pendant, evil eye earring - ring and blue evil eye talisman.
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