With its beautiful natural and historical sites Turkey is a paradise for photography lovers…
The results of a project on life in the ancient city of Pergamon (today’s Bergama), which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, 1,800 years ago have been presented to the international archaeological community through the New York University Institute for the Study of the Ancient World (ISAW).
The replica of a 5.5-meter-tall massive ancient stele from the Göbeklitepe settlement in the southeastern Turkish province of Şanlıurfa will impress diplomats and visitors at the United Nations headquarters in New York, Turkish Culture and Tourism Ministry announced May 14.
Rich historical sites in southeast Turkey draw tourists; Halil Ibrahim Sincar, Mehmet Akif Parlak & Rauf Maltas; Anadolu Agency
The restoration works being carried out using the most advanced techniques in Istanbul’s landmark Hagia Sophia have set a clear example for the world to see a work of exceptional precision, keeping the cultural heritage of different beliefs and civilizations intact, the provincial director of culture and tourism has said.
LLM teams up with Property Turkey to take a closer look at Turkey’s seven diverse regions and the amazing experiences visitors can expect.
Cappadocia in central Turkey is a unique landscape of naturally occurring rock formations known as “fairy chimneys” beneath which a city has been carved over hundreds of years.
There is an almost uncountable number of priceless ancient Greek and Byzantine archaeological and historical sites in Turkey.
Visiting Mount Nemrut (Nemrut Dagi) in southeastern Turkey stands out as two of the most memorable hours of Dave’s six week trip to the country.
The cities that inspire Indian fashion designer J J Valaya’s collections; Sudha G Tilak; Lonely Planet