Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
A press conferences was held Jan. 23 to provide information about the progress of the “Turkey: Home” campaign, which was launched by the Culture and Tourism Ministry for Turkey’s promotion abroad.
If you’re in the market looking for an authentic blanket, look no further; Beypazarı is where they are to be found, and never worry about a cold night ever again
Palandöken ski center is about 20 kilometers out of town. It might look quite a distance but the road that leads to Palandöken is incredible. Altough the temperature was below zero, the road was open
If you want to be the ‘host with the most’ you should add artichokes to your meal, but it goes well with water, but not rakı nor white wine
This year Turkey is facing a disaster due to the lack of snow (and rain). The only place where there was sufficient snow was Erzurum. So there we went; 'Erzurum, here we come…'
Istanbul is listed among the “12 totally walkable cities to visit,” according to sheknows.com.
Turkey’s culture and tourism policies have been reframed by the ministry to promote the country
In this week’s adventure, I found myself in Ankara’s Beypazarı district, where I had a brush with the occult, the famed Turkish ‘Nazar’ and luckily freed myself from its grasp
Tünel, a short underground railway line in Istanbul, Turkey, has been rated “as one of the strangest transport alternatives in the world”
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.
Some scenes of Russell Crowe’s new movie will be shot in the western village of Kayaköy
The northwestern province of Çanakkale’s Gallipoli peninsula is preparing for the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli next year
In Ankara’s Beypazarı, the carrot campaign has begun – join me in this week’s article to learn about the painstaking efforts used to bring you your number one provider of a-ketoglutaric acid
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
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