Archaeological excavations in Yeşilova and Yassıtepe mounds in İzmir’s Bornova district have recently ended after revealing an 8,200-year-old mother goddess figurine, fishing-related net weights, various kinds of jewelry items, as well as fish fossils and numerous mussels remains.
The moon's shadowed, frigid nooks and crannies may hold frozen water in more places and in larger quantities than previously suspected. And for the first time, the presence of water on the moon's sunlit surface has been confirmed, scientists reported on Oct. 26.
In the ancient city of Laodicea, a peristyle house with a church has been unearthed, which is an important find in terms of understanding how Christianity spread during the middle of the first century in the city
A digital exhibition organized by the Communications Directorate in memory of the versatile artist Osman Hamdi Bey, who has an important place in Turkish art history, is being presented at Marmara University Sultanahmet Campus.
A giant biodegradable land art painting by French-Swiss artist Guillaume Legros representing two hands clasped together sits on an 80-meter-long floating barge on the Golden Horn in Istanbul.
Andrew Scott and Ian McKellen were among acting winners as Britain’s Laurence Olivier Awards celebrated the best of the London stage in bittersweet fashion on Oct. 25 night — most U.K. theaters remain closed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The unusual friendship between a white lion and a Bengal tiger that belong to two different species of wild cats amazed the visitors in Istanbul’s Aslan Park, a wildlife park that homes to 13 animal species.
An underwater cave, which has a heart-shaped entrance and is known as the “love cave” in the southern province of Antalya, attracts local and foreign diving enthusiasts.
The life-art imitation question is age-old, but if 2020 has anything to say the answer is clear: even the fictional characters of our operas have developed COVID-19.
Dan Brown, the American bestselling author, participated in an online talk-show administrated by Turkish TV hostess Ece Vahapoğlu and talked about his recently-published children’s book, Wild Symphony.