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Cornucopia is a cross between World of Interiors and National Geographic, with a gentle Turkic twist. Tyler Brülé, The Financial Times
Launched 25 years ago, Cornucopia is the magazine for connoisseurs of Turkey – sufficiently in-depth to be appreciated by specialists and accessible enough to be enjoyed by the layman.
Cornucopia comes out biannually and is produced between Scotland, London and Turkey with the help of a dedicated team, many of whom have worked on the magazine since its launch. Cornucopia is highly regarded by designers, academics, art historians and artists, among many others, and its influence extends way beyond its growing band of loyal subscribers.
The original ‘cornucopia’ (from the Latin cornu copiae or ‘horn of plenty’) was a horn overflowing with flowers, fruit and corn; a symbol of prosperity and abundance in the cities of Anatolia. We try to live up to the name.
‘It’s a truism that the measure of a travel magazine’s success is whether it makes you yearn to visit the destinations it depicts,’ writes Brian Patrick Eha in The New York Review of Magazines. ‘Cornucopia goes one better. It is a vacation in itself.’ ‘Whether you are planning a trip to the Golden Horn or just dreaming about what life was like in the last days of the Ottoman Empire, this is a magazine to revisit and to savor.’
Cornucopia is published in the UK by Caique Publishing Ltd and in Turkey by Kayık Yayıncılık Ltd. ISSN 1301-8175
Cornucopia is widely distributed in Turkey and around the world. Find your local stockist.
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