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Interest in the southwestern province of Muğla’s culture tourism has been increasing in recent years thanks to promotional works, as well as the contribution of the cinema and TV sector.
The cultural assets of the eastern province of Diyarbakır have been listed as a result of work initiated in 2009 by the Diyarbakır Museum
The historical Troy National Park in the northwestern province of Çanakkale will be renewed within a recently approved development revision plan
Three rock-carved inns in Cappadocia have turned into a mud bath facility, with the aim of creating a different tourism alternative in the region
Around a dozen men and a woman stand knee-deep in the waters of the Tundzha River in central Bulgaria, looking for specks of gold
The best Istanbul has to offer is now one click away with Canım Istanbul, which has launched its new website
A historical hunting lodge built in Kars’ Sarıkamış district during the Russian occupation will be restored and serve as a hotel
Erospolis takes a look at İzmir’s two ‘frenemy’ football teams whose chairs promise to set a national example of sportsmanship. The supporters, divided by geography, history and modern clichés, barely deliver
Erospolis, fully aware of the difficulties of finding the perfect spouse, checks the pulse on the premier’s latest electoral promise to match-make in a country where 17.6 percent marry before 18, and 8.9 percent are forced into marriage.
Turkey’s first regulations on bicycle lanes and parking spots made the news last week
The Aegean port city hosts one of the most important living artists, Daniel Buren, and his striped sails. The work shows that what we think of as unchangeable can vary with time and space...
The Camels of Nemrut, rock formations created with the eruption of Mount Nemrut in Bitlis’ Tatvan district, try to resist time and human damage
Erospolis gives advice about slowly healing after the tragedy in Ankara
A Turkish aid foundation organizes trips to Hagia Sophia and the Topkapı Palace for around 30 Syrian children aged between five and 12
What began like a lazy Monday morning in Izmir, a city that defines itself as ‘the largest bastion against the Justice and Development Party (AKP),’ turned into a major demonstration after Ankara’s bomb attacks
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