from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- An island of Turkey in the northeast Aegean Sea south of the Dardanelles. According to tradition, it was the site of a Greek naval station during the Trojan War.
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We are off to Bozcaada island in August so I will mind those boats.
Bozcaada is a little-known Aegean outpost where affordability doesn't mean spartan accommodation and paint-stripper wine.
The caf é has great coffee and wines from Bozcaada.
Soley, formerly one of Turkey's busiest architects, is the country's top winemaker and the owner of Corvus Vineyards, the visionary winery that's helping revitalize the windswept Aegean island of Bozcaada, where Gürs is building a summer house.
When he and his wife, Ingrid, took a tour in the Aegean region, they also visited Bozcaada in the Sea of Marmara, following the advice of an acquaintance.
It urges the Turkish government to seek solutions to preserve the bicultural character of the Turkish islands Gökçeada and Bozcaada, and to address the problems encountered by Greek people with regard to their education and property rights.
Rush hour in Bozcaada ... cobbled streets are strung with leafy vines
Bozcaada is a lonely, lost island, famous for its sea winds and delicious wines.
Bozcaada also has a handful of affordable designer pansiyons, a scattering of seafood tavernas and authentic cafes, plus a single, tiny supermarket that sells everything you need for a castaway picnic.
Maybe it's the winds, or maybe it was those Greeks needing wood for their wooden horse: whichever, Bozcaada is virtually treeless.
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