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Authorities have issued a permit for a villager in southern Turkey to display a number of centuries-old Roman artifacts that were discovered in her garden
Greek photographer and travel writer Tzeli Hadjidimitriou’s photographs show moments from Lesvos in an exhibition at Sismanoglia Megaro
Among 50 countries, Turkey ranked second in the 2015 Blue Flag program, with 436 blue-flagged beaches, following Spain with 578 beaches, according to results announced by the International Blue Flag jury
'What happens in Tehran stays in Tehran...' Our reporters explain how in this visual guide to night life in the Iranian capital
It is time to leave aside the grumbling about Istanbul’s chaos and lack of manageability and enjoy everything the teeming metropolis has to offer
The Turkish Cultural Foundation’s Culinary Arts Center YESAM in Istanbul has organized a cultural journey to the heart of the rose.
Turkey is aiming to be the world leader in the number of Blue Flag beaches as part of its 2023 targets to mark the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Republic, Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has said.
Ahead of the June 30 deadline for a nuclear deal with world powers, daily Hürriyet has delved into the heart of Turkey's neighbor Iran to explore a country at a crossroads.
Everyone knows Çeşme and the nearby Alaçatı, but few have ever gone to seven more great places on the western Turkish peninsula
Molly Crabapple, an artist and writer from New York, has painted murals for the Jeel School for Syrian refugee children in southern Turkey. Here are the photos
The popular online home-rental service Airbnb is allowing American travelers to book lodging in Cuba starting Thursday in the most significant U.S. business expansion on the island since the declaration of detente between the two countries late last year.
The Safari Park, which opened on April 23 inside the Gaziantep Zoo, is home to nearly 200 animals of 70 species
Hürriyet photojournalist Murat Şaka spent a year in the notorious streets of Istanbul to document the life of African sex workers
Istanbul and Ankara offer a variety of attractions this week, from concerts by German indie rock band The Notwist and American tenor saxophonist Eric Alexander to a food festival offering the different cuisines of Turkey.
Record-breaking Turkish adventurer Erden Eruç has unveiled his latest ambitious epic journey, an ocean-spanning voyage from New York to western Turkey for next year’s 101st anniversary of the Çanakkale Victory and Martyrs’ Day.
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