Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
The Safari Park, which opened on April 23 inside the Gaziantep Zoo, is home to nearly 200 animals of 70 species
The once-safe haven for Christians seeking shelter from the hunt is now a fantastic site of photogenic ruins
Western province of Muğla is ready for the new season, according to sector officials, saying that they expect to see better numbers than last year
Thijs de Bekker blogs about "yabanci problems,"
taking a look at a simple challenge but one that almost every foreigner in Turkey has to deal with
The descendants of Abkhazian migrants continue to populate the verdant villages between Düzce and Adapazarı
Deep off the beaten terrain lies the monastery of Afkule; it’s an adventure getting there, so grab your boots and prepare to mosey down some gravel
It was a cool February, flights were scarce in the off season and I flew into Dalaman with a colleague at some ungodly hour.
Mardin’s centuries-old castle, which has been closed for 27 years, is going through a restoration process after some 220 years and reopen
This weekend I visited some Abkhazian villages in the beautiful green mountains and meadows of Düzce. Just a three hour drive from both Istanbul and four hours from Ankara, Düzce is a very nice place to spend a couple of days
Kayaköy, an old Rum village in the slopes, carrying the fading shadow of the past
Despite the large numbers of tourists who get drawn to Turkey, it really needs to develop its camping tourism. There is a camping problem in Turkey, and the only prescription is more campgrounds
A significant piece of cultural heritage for Turkey and a symbol of Istanbul, the Haydarpaşa Railway Station is like a museum of history with objects from the Ottoman era
The southern province of Antalya holds the world record for having the highest number of “Blue Flag” certified beaches.
China is building up its replica reputation with a miniature Mount Rushmore, Eiffel Tower and an entire Austrian village.
Unlike the usual ‘Queen’s Day’ that is celebrated in the Netherlands, this year was the first ‘King’s Day,’ and even more unusual, it was celebrated in Tarabya, Istanbul, bringing a taste of the Netherlands to the city in between two continents
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