Nevruz: The Worlds Oldest Fest

Bill Alen - May 26, 2008
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Nevruz, the world's oldest festival which is celebrated by festivities under various names in many communities, is being celebrated in the Turkish world as ''the exit of Turks from Ergenekon'' and ''the beginning of the new year in Turkish calendar with 12 animals'' since 5000 years ago. Some accept this day as the day God created Earth, some as the day Prophet Noah stepped on Earth after the Flood. Some accept it as the day first human-being was created, and some as the messenger of Spring...

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