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The 18th International Büyükçekmece Culture and Arts Festival will be held between July 28 and Aug. 5 in Istanbul’s Büyükçekmece neighborhood, featuring art from 64 countries
‘Blue crab tours,’ in which tourists catch blue crabs, learn about them and then set them free is drawing popularity among visitors to Turkey’s southwestern coasts
The Consulate General of India in Istanbul and Bursa is celebrating the Third International Day of Yoga. Organized in the Kalamış Park and at Akmerkez Rooftop in Istanbul and on the FSM Bulvar in Bursa, the free event includes yoga practice sessions, breathing exercises, and demonstration of different styles of yoga for all.
A Republican-era house in the ancient city of Stratonikeia is being carefully restored with a special mortar, with every stone in the house being filled with this mortar
Erospolis wonders why anything in pink is fine for women but not for men.
The Kaleiçi Old Town Festival, which will be held between July 6 and 9 in Kaleiçi, the historic city center of Antalya, will feature installations by seven artists in seven different locations.
The 7th Istanbul Shopping Fest will be organized between June 1 and 16 in various shopping malls in the city as well as the Grand Bazaar this year
Jeremy Meeks, who went viral after a leak of his police mugshot led him to be labelled on social media as “America’s hottest convict,” started a “blue voyage” from Bodrum
A toy museum in Antalya displays toys from Turkey and around the world. It is home to some 200,000 toys acquired from international antique dealers and auctions
Many small villages in the Aegean region have become highly popular in recent years as accommodation opportunities increase. The best known among these villages is Alaçatı
The 6th-century sculpture of a priest has been stolen from a museum in the Yalvaç district of the southwestern Turkish province of Isparta.
The World Heritage-listed reef is the largest living structure on Earth and its economic and social value was calculated for the first time in the Deloitte Access Economics report commissioned by the Great Barrier Reef Foundation
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.
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.
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
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