Inside the Raindrop

Visiting the Raindrop Turkish House in Houston is an interesting experience. In the short time I had to visit there last year, you could tell it was a center that was community oriented. It is a place to introduce Turkish culture into American society and develop friendship through its services.

This is one of their meeting rooms. The many crests along the top of the walls added to the feeling of the many cultures that were represented, but I suppose it was the overall color and decorations that gave it a feeling of the foreign culture.
 

This is one of the meeting rooms of the Raindrop Turkish House in Houston. The many crests along the top of the walls added to the feeling of the many cultures represented. Photo by Tim Stanley Photography.

 

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