Acclaimed Turkish artist Mehmet Güleryüz’s most recent works will be exhibited in Paris. The exhibition “De l’Intérieur,” consisting of his works painted while in Paris, will open its doors on Nov. 15 at the Gallery Cyril Guernieri in Paris.
A pair of human footprints from 7,500 years ago was found in the Aktopraklık mound where the 15th year of excavations have been completed.
Ankara’s prestigious Hacettepe University and Middle East Technical University (ODTÜ) have made it to the top 400 universities of the Times Higher Education’s (THE) rankings lists respectively in the areas of health and psychology.
Stan Lee, the face of comic book culture in the United States, died aged 95 after suffering a number of illnesses in recent years
A 1,800-year-old signet ring engraved with chariots pulled by horses within its one-centimeter diameter has been found during archaeological excavations in the ancient city of Myra-Andriake
Wild boars searching for food up and down the streets almost every day are living side by side with locals in the southwestern province of Muğla in the district of Bodrum.
Marie Antoinette's dazzling diamonds and pearls, unseen in public for two centuries, will go on sale in Geneva on Nov. 14 in what is being billed as one of the most important royal jewelry auctions in history.
Located in southeastern Anatolia, Gaziantep is well-known for its long gastronomic history which has been at the heart of its cultural identity since the Iron Age.
Seven sarcophagi, some dating back more than 6,000 years, have been discovered at a site on the edge of the pyramid complex in Saqqara, south of the Egyptian capital, archaeology officials announced Nov. 9.
The 37th International Istanbul Book Fair kicked off on Nov. 10.