Açıklama : Crimea is a patchwork paradise shaped by turbulent history. For visitors once frozen out by the Cold War, a warm welcome and endless surprises await. As the Turkic-speaking Crimean Tatars return after fifty years of exile, Cornucopia celebrates the peninsula and its Turkish legacy, from coast to coast, from mountain to steppe. As one reader commented, ‘Turkey outside Turkey is quite as fascinating as Turkey inside Turkey’.Also in this issue: the enigmatic Thomas Whittemore, saviour of Ayasofya; the Sadberk Hanım’s silk seraglios; sophisticated shamanism high in the Eastern Black Sea Mountains – a night at the Baksi Museum of contemporary and ethnic art. Plus: sweet Crimean wines and heavenly mulberries.