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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
The Street Art Istanbul App, which guides users around the city to discover the art of the streets, suggests over 50 locations, many of which are hidden away in the backstreets
The Istanbul Research Institute is currently exhibiting, “Journey to the Center of the East, 1850-1950: 100 Years of Travelers in Istanbul from the Pierre de Gigord Collection,” until Oct. 17.
Turkish grocery shop Bizim Bakkal opened 28 years ago, in the days when the Cold War split Germany’s biggest city in two and Kreuzberg was a gritty working class district in the shadow of the Berlin Wall
Istanbul Modern will open its doors on the longest day of the year to take part in an international initiative backed by influential Japanese artist Yoko Ono: The Yoko Ono Morning Peace 2015.
The 32nd Aydın Doğan International Cartoon Contest announced its winners. Albanian Agim Sulaj is the winner of this year’s contest with his cartoon depicting terror
Vandals have sprayed yellow paint on a controversial sculpture on display in the gardens of France's famed Palace of Versailles that has become known as the "queen's vagina".
The UNESCO Headquarters in Paris is presenting an exhibition from Turkey titled “Safe Harbor Turkey - Restoring Hope,” an interactive photography exhibition highlighting Turkey’s historic humanitarian support and current response to the Syrian refugee crisis.
The British Council, an organization specializing in international educational and cultural opportunities, marks its 75th year in Turkey with plans to boost the mutual benefit of the two countries’ relations, according to British Council Turkey Director Margaret Jack
The Turkish capital of Ankara will be hosting Iranian culture and arts events, organized by Professor Alaybey Karoğlu, painter Orhan Doğru and Iranian artist Emir Afşani with the support of the Iranian Embassy in Ankara.