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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Stuffed, rolled, baked or fried: rice paper rules in food-obsessed Vietnam, where diners have spurned factory-made versions for homespun ones, propping up a thriving cottage industry in the Mekong Delta.
Currently used as a military base and has a NATO radar system, the Mardin Castle is waiting to be open to tourists. Officials say they will work on adding it to an array of tourist attractions.
As I contemplated a visit to Istanbul this year, I was confronted with multiple warnings of danger there
Photos showing the hard life of Bodrum’s sponge divers underwater 63 years ago are on display at an underwater exhibition in a boat submerged off Çeşme
İzmir will host international dancers and musicians between June 1 and July 4 during the 31st International İzmir Festival
Giresun Island in the Black Sea region is known for its myths as well as its historical ruins. Dramatizations of ancient Greeks and Turks are made on the island for tourists
In the wake of May 19 Youth Day, Erospolis takes a look at what makes Turkey’s youth, which is so praised in glorious speeches, so unhappy in real life
Austrian man Christian Kollinsky, who lives in the southern province of Antalya’s Kemer district, organizes donkey tours that are drawing great interest from tourists
On the occasion of Mother’s Day, Erospolis takes a look at the predominant type of mothers: From ‘Cool’ to ‘Guilty,’ from ‘SuperMa’m’ to the ‘Victim’
It is around 30 degrees Celsius under the sun when an elderly figure, huffing and puffing, stands before a wall and points at the life-size figures painted on it.
Yanartaş, a naturally occurring fire that burns constantly in Çıralı in the southern province of Antalya’s Kemer district, is connected with the natural gas beds in the eastern Mediterranean, scientists have discovered.
A gravestone dating back almost 2,000 years, which a Roman-era man named Claudius Amiantus made for himself and the memory of his wife Iphigenia, is currently drawing great interest at the Archaeology Museum in the eastern province of Malatya.
A team of Hürriyet writers and editors challenged themselves with a task of discovering one of Turkey’s most vivid cities, İzmir, in less than three days. The ‘Discover İzmir’ tour was jointly organized by daily Hürriyet, the Association of Turkish Travel Agencies (TÜRSAB) and İzmir Municipality
After a number of scientific reports raised the alarm that Istanbul’s historic Topkapı Palace is sliding steadily toward the sea, officials have launched a restoration effort that is planned to take around three decades.
So you have already been to İzmir and you think you have already exhausted the list of places to visit: Fish at the sea-front, the Clock Tower and, of course, Ephesus. Do come back, as there is more:
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