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Turkey has innumerable historical and natural beauties to offer tourists, however only a limited number of them are widely known and therefore visited by masses. Click through to see our compilation
The Dead Sea is shrinking, and as its waters vanish at a rate of more than one meter a year, hundreds of sinkholes, some the size of a basketball court, some two stories deep, are devouring its shoreline
A new glass terrace at the highest point of Uşak’s Ulubey Canyon is the latest attraction in the region. The terrace has hosted nearly 40,000 people since it was opened last month
Antalya and the nearby provinces of Isparta and Burdur are attracting growing numbers of Korean and other Asian tourists who are looking for a holiday full of culture and adventure
The best 22 bicycle routes around Istanbul and throughout Turkey in which one can enjoy the country’s urban and natural beauties
“Have you ever wished to have a place to publish your complaint or your vision for your city? Have you ever found yourself having a good idea for your neighborhood but no one to address it to?” asks Istanbul’s new urban initiative, Nextistanbul, on its website, while offering to “give you the possibility to get active.”
Divers flock to the waters off Antalya to see their natural beauty, but also to explore the sunken wrecks of warplanes and ships. The Side Underwater Museum is one of the popular new attractions in the area
Over 2,000 wrestlers face each other at the 654th Kırkpınar Oil Wrestling Championship in Turkey’s Thracian province of Edirne on 24-26 July. Here are the 10 facts you should know about the historic competition.
What’s the solution to making Friday come quicker? Well, dancing. Here are the top 5 places to go dancing in Istanbul's Taksim area.
The northern Turkish town of Safranbolu, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage list and one of the 20 best-preserved historic sites around the world, is seeing full occupancy in its hotels for the Eid Ramadan holiday, the city’s mayor has said.
Let me take you to a neighborhood in Istanbul where traditional hospitality is still evident. Franchised supermarkets are not found here. Businesses are made by small-time artisans, buildings are old and conversation is sincere and warm…
Miranda Kerr visited the Turkish resort town of Datça a few days ago, stopping by the tiny town as part of her yacht trip.
Construction of massive on-ramps for the Izmit Bay Bridge, a key part of Turkey’s largest-ever highway project, has been completed
As 20 photographers capture the beauties of Turkey in 17 cities, social media users participate in #LoveFromTurkey photo contest. Here are some of the best nominees so far
Originally released in December 2013, Turkish Airlines 'Kobe Vs. Messi: The Selfie Shoutout' has been voted the favorite YouTube video ad from the last ten years
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