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Turkey is an interesting choice, any specific set of reasons or more of a "feel" thing? I mostly consider places in Southeast Asia when I think about moving someplace outside the USA.

My girlfriend is here in the states working on her PhD, but she's originally from Azerbaijan and tells me she speaks fairly fluent Turkish. If we keep seeing each other long term I could probably plan a vacation there with her and make her play tour guide for me. :-)

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