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Bank of America partner in Turkey?

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Hi, I'm wishing to avoid ATM charges in Istanbul and know that Barclays in England, BNP Paribas in France, and DeutscheBank in Germany are all partners where no fees are charged. Does anyone know of this in Turkey? Also, can one pay in Euros? My hotel was charged on line in Euros so I thought they were using that currency and now I'm dismayed to find I'll have to change.
Thanks much for any advice.

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