Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
A group of researchers from İzmir’s Dokuz Eylül University have discovered eight new sunken ships
The Ottomans were much more inclined to stay up the whole of the night after they had broken their fast in the evening. After all, sahur or breakfast had to be eaten before the dawn of a new day broke.
The holy month of Ramadan is an age-old tradition that brings fasting by the day and celebrations by the night, the faithful keep their bellies empty while the sun sets ablaze, following the Prophet’s plight
The fantastic mosaics and wall paintings of the Yamaç Houses in Ephesus are undergoing a new restoration that will leave the works as vivid as the day they were created back in 1 BC
A campaign to retrieve missing pieces of the Gypsy Girl mosaic from the ancient city of Zeugma has been initiated by the website change.org.
ISTANBUL – Doğan News Agency
Aerial photos showing the roof of Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar have revealed the level of risk for the roof of the historic site, which was further damaged by heavy rains last week.
This year’s excavations have been continuing in the ancient city of Tripolis home to the discovery of a headless male statue, one of the most important findings in the city so far
İZMİR – Doğan News Agency
The owners of buildings in İzmir’s Kadifekale, where an ancient Roman theater has been unearthed, have started selling their houses after real estate prices increased by up to 100 percent
BEIJING – Agence France-Presse
One of China's renowned ancient towns was under water Wednesday as heavy rain hit the centre of the country, with tens of thousands of people evacuated from the area.
ISTANBUL - Anadolu Agency
Turkey is increasingly keen to preserve its heritage amid recent examples of mass tourism damaging unique sites
ANTALYA – Doğan News Agency
The Weary Heracles statue, the top half of a 1,800-year-old Roman sculpture of the mythological hero Heracles that was repatriated to Turkey from the Boston Museum after 30 years abroad
ŞANLIURFA – Anadolu Agency
Professor Klaus Schmidt, who had been carrying out excavations in Göbeklitepe, known as the 'zero point in history' in the eastern province of Şanlıurfa, has passed away
ÇANAKKALE - Doğan News Agency
The half of the museum construction that was started a year ago in the ancient city of Troy in the western province of Çanakkale has been finished
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