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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.
The southeastern province of Diyarbakır is hosting an increasing number of fairs. Fair organizing company TÜYAP expects the city to become Middle East’s fair center.
A centuries-old graveyard that was used as a barricade for Ottoman soldiers in 1915 and 1916 during the Gallipoli Campaign in the northwestern province of Çanakkale has been restored and will soon open to visitors
Works have started to promote the Damal dolls unique to the eastern Anatolian province of Ardahan to the wider masses.
Bagpipe player Bülent Bekar, who produces the musical instrument in his own workshop in the Black Sea province of Rize’s Çamlıhemşin district, has been selected as a candidate for UNESCO’s Living Human Treasures Heritage by the Culture and Tourism Ministry.
Children’s favorite Sesame Street came to Afghanistan with a new series featuring familiar characters like Elmo and Big Bird.
Arif Suyabtmaz is a Turkish architect whose projects have received several...
Ilgaz Mountain is aiming to become the country’s No. 1 winter sports center with new investments. The region will have a new chairlift and sports complex
The Hagia Sophia Mosque in the northwestern province of Bursa’s İznik district will open to worship during the Kurban Bayram holiday next week, said Orhan Gazi Foundation General Director Adnan Ertem.
Vienna has the best living standard in the world and Baghdad the worst, according to a consulting group that annually ranks the globe’s major cities.
A library owned by a Turkish teacher who returned home to Turkey after 30 years in Vienna offers accommodation as a hotel for researchers and holiday-goers. The only example of a library-hotel in Turkey is located in İzmir’s Seferihisar
Ani, which straddles the border with Armenia, sits in isolation in the eastern Turkish province of Kars. Its ruins are today the only reminder of the hundreds of thousands of people that used to call the site home
Kastamonu’s symbolic Taşköprü houses are ready for a restoration period and expect to draw attention from all over the world.
Author Özkan Gülkaynak, the ‘Crazy Turk’ who traveled the world by boat, has written a new book about the sea that he describes as the ‘most detailed and broad book on the topic.’
The Dead Sea, Vietnam's Halong Bay and Australia's Great Barrier Reef are among 28 contenders to be crowned among the world's new seven wonders of nature on Friday.
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