Tiny houses: Turkish tourism thinks small in Covid era

Gizem Baburhan stepped into a tiny house on wheels she rented in the Aegean vineyards and saw the future of Turkey’s coronavirus-ravaged tourism industry. “This minimalist life offered us priceless peace,” said Baburhan. “I hope in the future, we will own a tiny house and tour the world with a home on our backs.” The tiny house movement — a fad that gained momentum in the United States in the wake of the 2008 global financial crisis — appears to have caught on in Turkey during the pandemic. The unimposing wood and composite metal structures resemble spruced-up sheds on wheels or sawn-off tra…

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