Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
'When the last fish dies, we’ll learn that money is not edible. I wish we could have understood that we eat fish, not money. Maybe then we would know the value of the sea.'
Las Vegas, where the only design rule is that everything must mirror something else, is getting a new outdoor mall modeled on Istanbul's Grand Bazaar
Alanya’s ancient cisterns will become active once again once cultural officials complete a restoration project.
Safranbolu, a city with much history to be seen, contemporary and ancient times coalesce in this scenic arena
The 5th World Tulip Summit, which was previously organized in Canada, Australia, England and the United States
If you live in Istanbul, one of the most popular escape routes during the weekend is Büyükada
Why does liver taste so much better here? I do not know. Is it the clean air or is it the different kinds of herbs that make liver taste better?
The house in Reşat Nuri Güntekin’s famous novel ‘Çalıkuşu’ was built in Bursa’s Zeyniler village. The main character in this novel, Feride, was working as a teacher in this village.
The number of tourists visiting Cappadocia exceeded 2 million people through the first 10 months of the year, according to new figures.
A cave in the northwestern province of Bursa’s İnegöl district draws interest from local and foreign tourists who want to enjoy its alleged health benefits
At last, the four trailers are filled with sugar beets. The farmer is smiling; this turned out to be a good year.
Tatlıca waterfalls, which were discovered in 1997 during dam construction in Sinop
With the rise in the last decade of a middle class in search of tourist destinations abroad yet frustrated by EU visa regulations, many Turkish tourists are seeking visa-free travel
The fifth Istanbul Tulip Summit was held on Nov 14 and 15 in Istanbul’s Haliç Congress Center
The Greek islands in the Aegean have become during the past 4-5 years increasingly popular for the Turks
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