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The Levantine Heritage Foundation will organize its second interdisciplinary conference, “The Levant and Europe: Shipping and Trade – Networks of People and Knowledge,” between Nov. 2 and 4 in London’s Europe House and the Hellenic Center.
Most women’s groups agree that the number of women who resort to violence in self-defense has increased, and so has the public’s admiration for it. Are women, worried by the lack of legal protection, being forced to take the matter into their own hands and are courts recognizing their self-defense?
Erospolis takes an outraged look at the season’s top fashions for women’s clichés, from headscarved sisters to bare-breasted Mariannes and tries in vain to determine the favorite.
Kefken Island, a first-degree archaeological site in Kocaeli’s Kandıra district which is home to structures from the Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine eras, could soon begin attracting tourists as part of a new project.
Antalya’s ancient city of Phaselis hosts thousands of local and foreign tourists who come to see its coasts and historical artifacts side-by-side
The bride-to-be sits in the middle, wearing a red Ottoman kaftan. Her friends dance around her with slow and graceful movements, carrying candles and singing together an old, traditional song about a bride’s fear before she leaves her village.
The 85th İzmir International Fair will open on Aug 26. The event will combine trade shows, where the country of focus is Malaysia, with cultural events
A bird paradise and a Ramsar Convention Site, Kuyucuk Lake in the eastern province of Kars is a very popular spot for both local and foreign tourists. The lake is home to tens of thousands of birds
One of my earlier memories of childhood on Boyalık beach, a popular coast near the Aegean city of İzmir, is my mother leaning from the balcony and shouting, her voice dominating the sound of the waves and the wind: “Nazlan, you get away from that man right away.”
Interest in the southwestern province of Muğla’s culture tourism has been increasing in recent years thanks to promotional works, as well as the contribution of the cinema and TV sector.
What twisted logic enforces a hierarchy among the victims and causes us to take some victims of violence to heart but push others away?
Şanlıurfa’s Halfeti, parts of which were inundated by the Birecik Dam, has become a magnet in the region, bucking the trend in a region better known for clashes
International brands are closing up shop on Istanbul’s İstiklal Avenue, but the same trend is persisting in İzmir on Gül Street downtown
The number of visitors to museums and ancient sites in the western Turkish province of İzmir, operated by the İzmir Provincial Culture and Tourism Directorate, decreased by 36.6 percent in the first seven months of 2016 compared to the same period last year
Istanbul’s Prince Islands are one of the best choices for people seeking to escape the noise and crowds of the city, you only need to choose an island and board a ferry
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