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Culture Ministry speeds up Turkey’s promotion abroad

Culture Ministry speeds up Turkey’s promotion abroad

Turkey’s culture and tourism policies have been reframed by the ministry to promote the country

Comment(s) 2/18/2014

Oranges in Finike

Oranges in Finike

Finike is a beautiful place where plenty of varieties of citrus fruit grow. It is surrounded by mountains on three sides, the other, the sea

Comment(s) 1/29/2014

How do foreign languages sound?

How do foreign languages sound?

Comment(s) 3/10/2014

Adana’s breathtaking Varda railway bridge earns popularity after ‘Skyfall’

Adana’s breathtaking Varda railway bridge earns popularity after ‘Skyfall’

The massive bridge was featured in the opening 15-minute part of the series’ 25th film along with Istanbul’s Hagia Sophia Museum

Comment(s) 1/26/2014

Women’s Day with special treats

International Women’s Day is being commemorated throughout the world on March 8, but The Ritz-Carlton Istanbul is marking the special occasion with a complete week of celebrations.

Comment(s) 2/27/2014

Nature lovers fight to preserve cultural assets

Nature lovers fight to preserve cultural assets

Latmos in Aydın’s Söke is home to a cultural and historical richness thanks to the traces of old settlements in the region. Nature lovers aim to turn this area into a national park.

Comment(s) 1/24/2014

Gallipoli ready to host Anzac service attendees

Gallipoli ready to host Anzac service attendees

The northwestern province of Çanakkale’s Gallipoli peninsula is preparing for the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli next year

Comment(s) 2/5/2014

Garipçe, a little village untouched by Istanbul's third bridge

Garipçe, a little village untouched by Istanbul's third bridge

I was a bit relieved after arriving in Garipçe: At least this little village was not touched by the construction of the third bridge over the Bosphorus

Comment(s) 1/23/2014

Syrian refugees in Istanbul's old Fatih district

Syrian refugees in Istanbul's old Fatih district

Fatih is one of the oldest areas of habitation in Istanbul, but it is also increasingly becoming home to some newcomers from further afield – Syrian refugees who have escaped war only to find destitution

Comment(s) 2/5/2014

Turkey's ancient pathways at the service of adventurers

Turkey's ancient pathways at the service of adventurers

The 800-kilometer-long Karia walking route, which opened between the Aegean provinces of Muğla and Aydın last year, received 100,000 travellers in its first year

Comment(s) 1/16/2014

Safranbolu retains its best-protected site title

Safranbolu retains its best-protected site title

Safranbolu, located in the central-northern province of Karabük, has been declared by UNESCO as one of the 20 best-preserved sites around the world in its list of world cultural heritage cites

Comment(s) 2/3/2014

Istanbul Fikirtepe weekend safari with Murat Germen

Istanbul Fikirtepe weekend safari with Murat Germen

Fikirtepe, partly used to be a poor neighborhood with houses that used to be gecekondu, faces demolition in favor of new development projects

Comment(s) 1/15/2014

Mistery of Trabzon's hidden haven still not solved

Mistery of Trabzon's hidden haven still not solved

Trabzon’s Çal Cave astonishes with its stalactites and stalagmites, stream, lakes and waterfalls. Only one kilometer of the cave is open to visits so far

Comment(s) 1/30/2014

Halfeti - A town of mesmerizing beauty

Halfeti - A town of mesmerizing beauty

Like an underwater museum, the flooded half of Şanlıurfa’s alfeti can be clearly seen under the crystal waters of the lake, roofs of sunken houses and walls surrounding a garden, hinting at its rural past and only adding to the town’s beauty

Comment(s) 1/13/2014

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