Category: TASTE OF THE PAST
Sabancı Museum is joining the festivities to celebrate the 600 years of friendly ties between Turkey and its Ottoman antecedents and Poland, exhibiting an impressive display of artifacts collected through the centuries
Ankara’s EU accession process is currently at a highly 'unsuccessful' juncture with regards to both Turkey and the EU, TÜSİAD head Muharrem Yılmaz said
While the total worth of property sales to foreigners has reached $25 bln during the AKP era, this corresponds to only 13 percent of foreigners’ tourism spending and 2 percent of exports
Some of the leading philosophers in Islam such as al-Kindi, Ubn Sina, Ibn Rushd and al-Razi were also physicians.
The tower built by an Ottoman general from the skulls of his enemies in Serbia has topped the list of “world’s greatest osteological marvels”, according to MentalFloss.com.
The 19th Istanbul Theater Festival will host 100 performances by seven foreign and 35 local Turkish theater, dance and performance companies
Thousands of perfume samples from the Ottoman and early Republican period have been collected by a couple from İzmir who have created Turkey’s first collection of ‘Ottoman Cosmetology’
Smoking hookah can be addictive and harmful, though many dabblers may not realize the dangers, according to a new review
Debré has assured President Gül that the decision to annul the bill penalizing the denial of Armenian genocide is permanent
Being grand vizier wasn’t very secure in the Ottoman Empire, as it depended on the favor of the sultan.
Topkapı Palace has overtaken the Hagia Sophia Museum in terms of the number of visitors, according to official figures, ending the latter’s two-year run at the top of the list
Studio X hosts Tayfun Serttaş’ exhibition titled ‘Cemetery of Architects,’ which looks at the span of 50 years that re-created Istanbul’s urban identity with the synthesis of European and Ottoman styles
Category: EURASIAN ECONOMIC SUMMIT
As faith communities and religious leaders, we are obliged to remind people about the obligation and responsibility to choose peace through dialogue. Human conflict may be inevitable; but war is not
Renowned Turkish novelist Reşat Nuri Güntekin’s famous work 'Çalıkuşu' (The Wren) will be performed by the Turkish American Art Society of New York in March
Offering respite from the grit and noise of daily life outside, Istanbul’s remaining hamams continue to function as places to relax, socialize and, most importantly, get clean
Category: NURAY MERT
At all times of distress, conspiracy theories are there to provide some comfort to confused minds.
Living in the diaspora and dealing with emotions of disconnect and longing are very difficult to grasp for those who have never lived away from their homes, wherever that ‘home’ may be.
The Antalya State Opera and Ballet (ANTDOB) will stage a new ballet work, “Murad V.”
Category: MURAT YETKİN
The relations between France and Turkey had turned into a mess under Nicholas Sarkozy. Replacing him, François Hollande has been the first French President to officially visit Turkey after 22 years.
Fenerbahçe's boss drew parallels between match-fixing case and the massive graft probe scandal