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The Mosaic Road, a culture and tourism project aiming to raise awareness to the significance of mosaics in Turkey, was presented in the U.S.
A settlement from 11,500 years ago has been unearthed in Hasankeyf Mound. People lived in the settlement for 1,000 years but later abandoned it, excavations reveal
The secrets behind the construction of the oldest and only survivor of the Seven Wonders of the World have been locked within its limestone and granite walls for centuries.
Police officers helped release a tangled up dolphin washed ashore in Istanbul’s Avcılar district on Sept. 25.
Tens of thousands of coffee lovers flocked to the Istanbul Coffee Festival held between Sept. 21 and 24 to sip on different kinds of coffees from all around the world.
The Mediterranean basin is the cradle of civilizations, no doubt about it.
The Roman sarcophagus of Hercules, which recently returned to Turkey from Switzerland after it had been smuggled abroad some 50 years ago, has begun welcoming visitors at its home in the Mediterranean resort of Antalya.
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.
A textile mill owner in Istanbul’s Gaziosmanpaşa district has primarily been employing former drug addicts in his business, in order to help them establish new lives, daily Milliyet reported on Aug. 28.
Turkey is facing the challenges of an increasing rate in the use of synthetic drugs, in what experts have cited “narco-terror” as the cause of it.
Turkey’s trans-border health team (SES), established under the local health authority of the northwestern province of Edirne, has been offering services to Turkish citizens and kin communities abroad since its establishment three years ago.
A “pirate” website for the online encyclopedia Wikipedia has been launched in Turkey, five months after the website was banned in the country.
Hundreds of fake Facebook accounts, probably run from Russia, spent about $100,000 on ads aimed at stirring up divisive issues such as gun control and race relations during the 2016 U.S. presidential election, the social network said on Sept. 6.
Ali Erbaş was appointed as the new head of the Turkey’s Directorate of Religious Affairs (Diyanet) late on Sept. 16.
Ten years ago, model Kendall Jenner was 11 years old. Next week, she will be named Fashion Icon of the Decade.
Olaff Alejo’s salt lamps are eerily beautiful and designed to purify the air.
A host of French-owned fashion labels spanning Christian Dior to Saint Laurent pledged on Sept. 6 to ban ultra-thin models from their advertising and catwalk shows following repeated scandals about anorexia and mistreatment.
The 4th Istanbul Coffee Festival will be organized between Sept. 21 and 24 at Küçükçiftlikpark. The event will feature workshops and seminars related to coffee, live performances and talks with coffee experts and the world’s leading baristas.
Imagine sunset over a vineyard stretching downhill towards the sea, tables spread on grass with light bulb chains hanging on top.
A dog was saved on Sept. 19 by fire authorities and zoo personnel after two unidentified perpetrators put a belt around its neck, dragged it and threw it from a height of 20 meters in the southeastern province of Gaziantep.
Göller Yöresi is one of the most important habitats for storks during their migration period in Turkey, which is home to two species of storks, white and black storks
A two-month-old fawn, which has been found by locals in the western province of Afyonkarahisar after she lost her mother because it was blind, has undergone cataract surgery in the Afyon Kocatepe University (AKU) Veterinary Faculty Health Application and Research Center.
In Bodrum it is believed that the white paint on the houses keeps insects away while the blue windows fight against the ‘evil eye’
An Indian seaman’s tale of being shipwrecked on a remote northern Australian island could shed light on the 230-year-old disappearance of a renowned French explorer, one of maritime history’s greatest mysteries, an anthropologist said on Aug. 31.
Antalya and Muğla are home to Turkey’s best beaches, which offer a holiday opportunity for every taste. They are visited by thousands of local and foreign tourist every year