Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Visitors will have the chance to see some cities on the coast of the Adriatic Sea, as well as the 16th-century Mediterranean region through the eyes of Ottoman sailors
VAN - Cihan News Agency
A historical structure in the eastern province of Van, which once was an Armenian church, has been converted into a hayloft after serving as a school for some time.
İZMİR – Do?an News Agency
A two-way 60-meter ancient Roman road, which was unearthed in the north of İzmir’s ancient site Agora, has been opened to visits
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
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 astonishingly well-preserved cheese was buried beneath China’s Taklamakan Desert some 3,600 years ago and was affixed to the chests and necks of mummies
The Göbekli Tepe photography exhibition, organized within the scope of the Göbekli Tepe Promotion Project, is now in Istanbul after going on display in the home of ancient settlement, Şanlıurfa
Works carried out last year at the ancient city of Ephesus were announced late last week during a symposium titled “Ephesus 2013: Results and Discoveries.”
VIENNA - Agence France-Presse
A team of archaeologists said Wednesday they have discovered the almost complete remains of a Roman school of gladiators on the banks of the Danube in Austria
ISTANBUL - Anadolu Agency
A five-piece Kaaba cover medallion has been sold for 120,000 Turkish Liras at an auction organized by the Çukurcuma Auction House.
ANKARA / Hürriyet
Standards across the country are uneven when it comes to the restoration of historic buildings, the head of Turkey’s foundations umbrella organization says
Some of the leading philosophers in Islam such as al-Kindi, Ubn Sina, Ibn Rushd and al-Razi were also physicians.
Two amphoras, which were smuggled out of Turkey 64 years ago, have been returned to their homeland.