Ataturk Airport: is the main international airport located in Istanbul, Turkey. In 1980, the airport was renamed Ataurk International Airport after the first President of the republic of Turkey, Mustafa Kemel Ataurk. In 2012, this airport served almost 45 million passengers, deeming it to be the 20th largest airport in the world, and 14th busiest in the world.
Rod of Asclepius: in Greek mythology is a serpent-entwined rod wielded by the Greek god of Asclepius. Asclepius is the god of healing and medicinal arts. A number of different organizations use this symbol as a company logo including: Emergency medical services in the United States, the Ambulance Paramedics of British Columbia, the American Medical Association and many others!
Turkish Lira: is the currency within Turkey. The lira is subdivided into 100 kurus. The backs of all paper notes and coins have images of Mustafa Kemel Ataurk, the first president of Turkey.
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