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The Amasra Museum, which has opened after a three-year restoration work with a cost of 3 million Turkish Liras, has become an international application center for archaeologists, engineers, architects and academics and an education center providing history and archaeology education for students.
Just north of the Syrian border, in a house in Mardin, there is a beautiful view over the Mesopotamian plain to Syria, which 80 youngsters once called home. The other children are Turkish
Erospolis, fed up with the elitism of diplomacy, looks at the popular suggestions on the best measures to have a grassroots policy on international crises
Old stone houses in İzmir’s districts are in great demand as people want to escape from big cities. The prices of the houses, however, are now on a par with luxurious houses in the city center
Two remarkable women, one Turkish and one French, one in business and the other in music, have passed through İzmir this week, bringing their own tune on Women’s Day.
Antalya’s world-famous Patara beach is hosting thousands of tourists thanks to its dunes, with horse and camel tours being organized on its 12-kilometer beach
The third edition of the multi-disciplinary art festival Cappadox will be held between May 18 and 21 in Cappadocia
Algerian authorities on April 3 announced their acquisition of 600 historical maps and manuscripts dating back to the country’s Ottoman period
Halfeti’s unique black rose is now a part of a project aiming to produce it in greenhouses for local and foreign floral markets, amid extinction fears
Erospolis is shaken after seeing a man who tattooed Atatürk’s signature on his forehead
‘Ankara’s journalists are the guests of Lake Çıldır, which is completely frozen. But life goes on under and above water with all its colors’
A new museum has opened in Bozöyük in northwestern Turkey to celebrate one of Turkey’s heroes of the War of Independence, while another new facility in nearby Bilecik will celebrate the area’s Ottoman past
In the wake of a social media photo showing a Turkish employer stepping on a Syrian worker’s stomach, Erospolis takes a look at the daily lives of two Syrian families through an artist’s lens.
Kilims and ceramic trinkets produced by Turkish and Syrian women who attend courses in the Family Support Center in the southeastern province of Şanlıurfa’s Harran district are now being sold in Europe, providing income to locals.
The Sultanhanı caravanserai, located on the Aksaray-Konya road, was built during Anatolian Seljuk Sultan Alaaddin Keykubat’s rule, and will undergo restoration after 60 years
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