Turkey's 'canned air' attracts Arab tourists

Turkey's 'canned air' attracts Arab tourists

Turkeys canned air attracts Arab tourists

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"Canned air" from Turkey and the Mediterranean province of Antalya is being sold in 56 museums across the country, and is mostly favored by Arab tourists, Anatolian news agency has reported.  

The founder of the project, Halim Karslı, obtained a patent to sell Turkish air two years ago, after he saw similar "air-in-can" examples in a number of different countries.  

The air of Turkey and Antalya is sold in 65x46 millimeter cans for 16 Turkish Liras.  

Previously, Istanbul’s air had been canned and was sold in a variety of touristic places.