Wonderland Eurasia, the biggest theme park in Europe, is inaugurated by president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in Ankara. The park will offer many rides and activities to the guests of all ages.
Turkey is an interesting combination of East and West and its architecture is witness to that.
Turkish coffee culture and tradition back to the 16th century when coffee started to be served at coffeehouses in Istanbul.
The state-run Water Works Agency (DSİ) provided water to 2.5 million individuals around the world with 591 water wells it reached in Africa and Syrian Arab Republic.
From foodies to martial arts enthusiasts, Istanbulites can celebrate the approaching of spring with lots of festivals.
The purchase of real estate in Turkey doesn’t require much effort. Turkish real estate market is changing rapidly, so as an investor you must be aware of the market and its tendencies for future.
Mr. Ozan Ulusoy is a 31-year-old business man with a genetic disorder, namely Down Syndrome. As inspiring as can be, his condition never prevented him from achieving his goals.
All experts approve that real estate is the best long-term investment to make, and the property investment in Turkey is no exception. Many foreigners have gathered to take advantage of low prices, new building and the potential for capital appreciation.
Turkish people love music. Lyrics and tunes accompanying the music is also of upmost importance. First impressions of Turkey on a visitor makes him/her believe the artistic culture is more European than expected. Actually, oriental heritage definitely shines through the arts, culture, music, and folklore.
The Antalya region on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey has an international name as a popular holiday destination and is an expats` heaven.
The restoration of the Stable Mansion at the Beylerbeyi Palace compound on the Asian shore of the Bosporus has been completed, and also the web site can presently open as a depository.
Turkish and especially Istanbul real estate market is continuing to grow year by year in very rapid steps; the Turkish construction industry increased at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12.60% during the period of 2009–2017. 2009-2013 at 5.83%, and during the period of 2013–2017 at 8.07 %.