Galeri Işık Teşvikiye in Istanbul is currently presenting an exhibition featuring 35 photographs taken by Cemal Emden of Turkish contemporary architecture in the 2010s.
Five sculptures of gods and goddesses have been found in the Men sanctuary in the ancient city of Pisidia Antiokheia in Turkey.
Karadağ’s unique yılkı horses, the population of which increased from 80 to 800 in 15 years, need to be taken under control, with some to be put up for adoption.
The last Leonardo Da Vinci painting still in the hands of a private collector will go under the hammer next month in New York, the Christie’s auction house said on Oct. 10, estimating its worth at $100 million.
Mosaics dating back 1,600 years ago, which were discovered in 1976 during excavations in the ancient city of İdyrus in the southern province of Antalya’s Kemer district and then covered, have been uncovered once again.
Asterix is to ride again in the 37th book in the legendary comic series, its publishers said on Oct. 9.
Gucci will go fur-free next year and auction off all of its remaining animal fur items, the Italian fashion house’s president and CEO Marco Bizzarri announced in London on Oct. 11.
Eight submerged wrecks among other discoveries have been discovered off Istanbul’s Beylikdüzü coast, said underwater cinematographer and researcher Cumhur Ayar at the launch for underwater history research held at Istanbul’s West Marina on Oct. 9.
Scientists have answered one of nature’s most pungent questions: What gives the world’s smelliest fruit its distinctive aroma.