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    Posted: 16-Apr-2005 at 09:20
Post here pictures of the Turkic peoples
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Kyrgyz girl


Kyrgyz children


Kyrgyz family


Krgyz man with a skinned sheep hanging from his yurt


Kyrgyz Shepherdess


Kyrgyz man

 

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Sari Yugur Turks


Yugur woman


Sari Yugurs


Yugur woman


Yugur couple


More Yugurs


Yugur girl


Yugur woman


Yugurs


Yugur girl



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Father and Daughter Khakass musicians


Dolgan


Khakas Shaman


Khakas Shaman


hakass


Hakass Women praying

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  1. MY dear uzbek nationality
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Very nice photos . I will send some soon in my first spare time.
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I think they are of turkic, but no relevace with Turkey people.
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Originally posted by Elanjie

I think they are of turkic, but no relevace with Turkey people.

IT DOESN'T HAVE TO BE RELEVANT BECAUSE TURKS DIDN'T STAY IN A REGION AS MUCH AS CHINESE, JAPANESE, OR IRANI. 

TURKS WALKED THE EARTH

THEY'RE EVERYWHERE

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Originally posted by Elanjie

I think they are of turkic, but no relevace with Turkey people.

Turks are nomads from ancient times, and I can easily say that most of Turkic people still live a semi-nomadic lifestyle. Turks are everywhere, as a result of all these great migrations and long history. Today, An Altay Turk dont look like an Uygur Turk, an Uzbek dont look like a Bashkurt Turk, and a Turkey Turk dont look like a Kyrgiz Turk. But this doesnt matter, because after all these migrations and land adoptments, intermixing is quite natural. The thing that makes you a Turk isnt your look, or your current lands. The thing that makes all these people from all over Asia and even some regions in Europe is the common ancestry, common culture and historical bonds btw us. Because the most useful and specific ability of nomadic men is the amazing ability to adopt a land, a new lifestyle and synthesize the new civilization they met with its own easily...

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Some photos of Tofalar









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Some Tofa Shamans








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  Quote King Chulalongkorn Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 25-Apr-2005 at 16:43
Very nice photographs. I see such a great similarity with the Turkic people and their culture as well as the Mongolian with that of the native Americans. Interesting..
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  Quote Zagros Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03-May-2005 at 16:32
Originally posted by YAFES

Originally posted by Elanjie

I think they are of turkic, but no relevace with Turkey people.

IT DOESN'T HAVE TO BE RELEVANT BECAUSE TURKS DIDN'T STAY IN A REGION AS MUCH AS CHINESE, JAPANESE, OR IRANI. 

TURKS WALKED THE EARTH

THEY'RE EVERYWHERE

 

IRANI WALKED THE EARTH TOO :::: FROM CHINA TO FRANCE. lol.

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  Quote Guests Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05-May-2005 at 17:44
Originally posted by Zagros Purya

IRANI WALKED THE EARTH TOO :::: FROM CHINA TO FRANCE. lol.

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  Quote azimuth Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05-May-2005 at 18:25

 Arabs walked the earth too

well the old world

 

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  Quote Guests Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05-May-2005 at 19:58
Originally posted by azimuth

 Arabs walked the earth too

well the old world

 

Come on Azimuth, where did Arabs walk? "Talas War" on the east, to Andalucia on the west. More? Yeah Southern Anatolia on the north (that Yavuz Selim I settled the last time), to north Africa on the south., Well the old world you say is just bounded by middle east and africa.

But, Andalucia is just not the entire europe, huh!!!

Turks started in the Altaic mountains 10.000 years ago, many arrows spreaded around;

North; Syberia(entire)

South; India(entire), Persia(entire)

East; Europe(entire), Eurasia(entire), Middle East(entire), Africa

West; China, East Turkistan(entire) and America over Bering Strait(Ice)

Anyone who compares?

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I think that qualifies for walking the Earth.
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