The Turkish towel is essentially a bath towel, which is made of cotton or linen in the 18th century.
It had cultural use as a ceremonial bath instrument, which the bride had before her wedding and for important occasions later in life.
Turkish cotton is grown and farmed in the Aegean, Southeastern Anatolian and East Mediterranean regions. Cotton yarns are then produced through the processing of the fibers, which are taken from the seed of the cotton.
HISTROY OF TURKISH TOWELS