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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
The region of old windmills in the Aegean’s popular holiday resort of Bodrum will become an attractive area for tourists if the new project prepared by the municipality is approved. The project envisages connecting eight windmills to each other and establishing social areas like restaurants and cafes for guests visiting Bodrum
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.
The personal e-guide service provided by City Lines AŞ for tourists taking the Bosphorus...
Works have started to promote the Damal dolls unique to the eastern Anatolian province of Ardahan to the wider masses.
The best way to go to Kelebek Vadisi is by boat. Every day a couple of times the boat from Kelebek Vadisi is waiting for you at the beach of Ölü Deniz. You get on board...
Children’s favorite Sesame Street came to Afghanistan with a new series featuring familiar characters like Elmo and Big Bird.
Turkey prepares to restore Isa Bey Bathhouse (hamam) in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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
A newly opened restaurant-museum in the eastern province of Erzurum has gathered 11 historical houses under the same roof, displaying centuries-old household items and drawing great interest from tourists.
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.
Persian carpets, worth half a billion dollars in exports, have come under threat in recent years and some are responding by introducing some radical transformations.
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
Sinterklaas, otherwise known as St. Nicholas, lived in Turkey from 270 until 343. He was a respected bishop in Myra, a place near Antalya.
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.’
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