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TÜRKSOY painting exhibit goes to Belgium

A painting exhibition organized by the International Turkish Culture Organization (TÜRKSOY) and dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the independence of Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan will open in Brussels on Nov. 29. It is organized in collaboration with TÜRKSOY and the Yunus Emre Culture Center.

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Turkey hopes to get back Sion Treasure

Turkey hopes to get back Sion Treasure

The Antalya Museum in southern Turkey is hoping to get back the rest of Sion Treasure from the Dumbarton Oaks Institute in Washington, D.C

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New museum dedicated to photography opens in city

New museum dedicated to photography opens in city

Turkey’s first photography museum, the Istanbul Photography Museum, opened Saturday in collaboration with the Fatih Municipality and the Photography Friends Association.

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Lichtenstein breaks record

Lichtenstein breaks record

A Pop Art canvas by Roy Lichtenstein, “I Can See the Whole Room!... and There’s Nobody in It!,” popped previous world records for the landmark contemporary artist when it sold for $43.2 million in New York on Tuesday.

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Hattuşa reunites with sphinx

The Boğazköy Sphinx, which was brought to Turkey from the Berlin Pergamon Museum on July 28 after long-running talks with German officials, will go on display Nov. 26 in its home with its other counterpart that has been on display at the Istanbul Archaeology Museum

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Tbilisi art fair hosts Turkish artists

Tbilisi hosted an exhibition for nine Turkish contemporary artists during its annual art festival, Artisterium. Organized with the support of Art Bosphorus, the Turkish art exhibit drew many visitors

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Bodrum Underwater Archaeology Museum breaks tourist record

The Underwater Archaeology Museum, one of the most popular venues for tourists visiting the Aegean holiday resort town of Bodrum, receives plenty of visitors, even in winter. The museum will add two more rooms of underwater discoveries in the next few months

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UNESCO to host Evliya Celebi activities in Paris

UNESCO to host Evliya Celebi activities in Paris

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) will host various activities in Paris between Nov. 14 and Dec. 11 to mark the 400th anniversary of the birth of Evliya Celebi.

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