The Antalya Metropolitan Municipality has held a mini popular poll on the proposed new tramline system to be built in the Mediterranean city
The festival has been canceled due to a conflict between Fazıl Say and conductor Gürer Aykal after both artists made it clear they would not be able to work with each other
There has recently been a boom in the number of foreign couples choosing Istanbul as the setting of their marriage
A young two-headed snake found by a farmer in southern Turkish province
Çavuşoğlu mentioned 'ties of 300 years' with Davutoğlu, citing their shared Yörük ancestry
Conservative visitors to Turkey's first women-only beach have been complaining about topless swimmers
The opening of the 21st International Aspendos Opera and Ballet Festival will be held by Giuseppe Verdi’s opera ‘Aida’ on Aug 30 in the historical atmosphere of Antalya’s Aspendos Theater
A huge pot created to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Golden Orange Film Festival has been abandoned to be destroyed under the rain.
Dozens of holidaymakers in Turkey have been victimized by scam hotel websites created by a fraudulent online travel platform
Hürriyet reporter Sibel Arna has paid a visit to the Sarısu Beach, a controversial free-of-charge, women-only beach in the Mediterranean province of Antalya
A group of people, including female and male members of Antalya People’s House (Halkevi), swam together on Aug. 24 to protest the city’s new women’s only beach.
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Istanbul, with its population reaching 14,160,467 at the end of 2013, making the city a “mega city,” being roughly three times larger than Ankara, 6.5 times more populated than Antalya and 187 times more populated than Bayburt.
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I think I first heard it from Bernard Lewis – the Turks’ endless fascination in moving westward. He writes of the move from Central Asia into Anatolia and the Balkans and then ties it to modern Turkey’s bid for the European Union.
The ancient route that was used by the Lycians in 2000 BC and later used by many civilizations is now explained in a detailed map and guide book for the use of outdoor sports lovers and tourists
Female and male protesters are planning to swim together at Antalya’s Sarısu beach to protest its recent transformation into a women’s only beach.
Excavations ongoing in the ancient city of Patara in the southern province of Antalya have revealed two figurines dating back to 3,000 and 7,000 B.C.
The price of new houses in Turkey has increased 10.79 percent in July compared with the same month of last year, Reidin-GYODER New House Price index shows.
Horses in Antalya have been painted with oil to hide their poor conditions
Yekaterina Shmatova, a 25-year-old Russian citizen, was found dead in the southern Turkish province of Antalya, in a house where she was staying with her Turkish boyfriend
A marine biologist says that his university does not know the whereabouts of a dead two-headed dolphin photographed on a beach in western Turkey.
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