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Turkey - Multiple currencies from ATMs

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In her recent detailed and very interesting trip report PegS noted that many of the ATMs that she used on her trip were able to dispense multiple currencies - euro, US$, as well as Turkish Lira.

I'm wondering if anyone else can comment on how widespread this type of ATM is in Turkey?

I have been assuming that I will need to carry a certain amount of euro in cash as most hotels/apartments that we have booked ask for cash and euro seems to be the preferred currency. If it is possible to routinely obtain euro from an ATM I will not need to take as much cash.

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