Archaeological excavations in the ancient city of Kedrai on Muğla’s Sedir Island have been carried out by a team, which includes prisoners
Korean War veteran Süleyman Dilbirliği, who adopted a five-year-old Korean orphan girl during the Korean War, has died at the age of 91 in Istanbul. Dilbirliği had adopted Eunja Kim during the war and named her Ayla.
“Purple Horizons,” a Turkish-made film telling the struggle of a Syrian girl fleeing civil war in her country, has returned home with awards from Pakistan and Italy.
Naples' pizza twirling joined UNESCO's list of "intangible heritage" on Dec. 6, securing the coveted status alongside a host of cultural treasures.
"Salvator Mundi," a painting of Christ by Leonardo Da Vinci that recently sold for a record $450 million, is heading to the Louvre Abu Dhabi in a coup for the bold new museum, it announced Dec. 6.
An Erzurum local, who was once a hunter, has been living in the mountains protecting nature for 17 years. He has had a documentary film about his life, which won several awards
Turkey’s Culture and Tourism Ministry spent nearly 90 million Turkish Liras on archaeological excavations and researches this year.
Was Santa real? Scientists have offered a tantalizing clue by dating a bone said to belong to St Nicholas, the inspiration for Father Christmas, to the same century in which he died in what is now Turkey.
Lubaina Himid, 63, on Dec. 5 became the oldest winner of the Turner Prize, Britain’s most prestigious yet controversial visual art award, for her works celebrating black creativity.