With live events at a standstill, what better way to connect with fans than livestreaming in a hot-air balloon above a UNESCO World Heritage Site?
Source: Ben Böhmer on 3,000-Foot High Hot Air Balloon Performance: “I’m a Bit Afraid of Heights” [Interview]
Titled ‘Residents of Göbeklitepe,’ a documentary film depicts the rituals of the historical area of Göbeklitepe, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The documentary will feature at the Istanbul Film Festival in October…
Source: Historical rituals in Göbeklitepe become documentary
UNESCO added 5,000-year-old walls in southeastern Turkey to World Heritage List in 2015…
Source: Restoration of Walls of Diyarbakir begins in Turkey
An itinerary for the places in Cappadocia you should see and the activities you should do in this amazing place.
Source: Things To Do in Cappadocia – Turkey – Amateur Traveler
Photo taken on Aug. 6, 2020 shows the ruins of the ancient city of Hierapolis in Denizli, Turkey. The ruins of Hierapolis is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. (Photo by Mustafa Kaya/Xinhua)
Source: In pics: ruins of Hierapolis in Denizli, Turkey
The historical Dark Church in Cappadocia takes its visitors to the depths of history thanks to its frescoes that have been well-preserved for centuries.
Source: Dark Church’s frescoes take visitors to journey in history
Turkish president joins hundreds of worshippers after iconic Istanbul landmark’s controversial reconversion into mosque.
Source: Turkey: Muslim prayers in Hagia Sophia for first time in 86 years
Interested in the most enthralling places to visit in Turkey? Here’s a list of the most bucket-list-worthy destinations that you can visit in Turkey!
Source: 20 Best Places to Visit in Turkey 2020 – Out of Town Blog
Turkey’s culture ministry has officially handed over the reins of the legendary Hagia Sophia to the country’s top religious authority, reassuring tourists they will still be able to get in and won’t have to pay.
Source: It will be free: Turkish govt shows ‘silver lining’ of turning Hagia Sophia into mosque for Istanbul visitors — RT World News
A new project has been made for the promotion of the only ancient city on the UNESCO World Heritage and the World Memory lists, the Hittite capital Hattusha. If accepted by UNESCO, the project will also contribute to the people of the region to get income from tourism.
Source: Project to contribute to people in Hattusha region
After three months of Covid-19 lockdown, the Turkish government is finally allowing domestic and international flights and letting bathhouses, hotels and historic sites to reopen for tourists.
Source: Turkey aims to bypass the second wave and reopen for tourism