The Kurtik Mountain Çavuştepe region in Muş, which has an altitude of 2700 meters and snow doesn’t melt for 8 months is home to skiing and alpine slalom athletes. The athletes train in this region in June where the thickness of snow reaches 2 meters.
Turkey is looking to invest in future professions with universities opening new departments, from artificial intelligence (AI) engineering to hybrid car technologies.
American Astronautical Society (AAS) with the collaboration of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) organized the world's most prestigious model satellite competition where Turkish universities dominated.
Recently the historical garlic stone quarries in the Badavut region of Balıkesir Ayvalık have gained the attention of international tourists. The region known among locals as a ‘secret heaven’ was declared a ‘strictly protected sensitive area’ by the presidential decree issued on May 3rd and registered as a natural site.
A city of thousands of years of cultural and historical heritage, Istanbul offers both its residents and visitors the chance to participate many entertainment, culture and arts events. Exhibitions opening at different venues across the city throughout the year are among the events you shouldn’t miss. We selected some exhibitions you can visit during the summer months:
Yalova is a city located in northwestern Turkey, near the eastern coast of the Sea of Marmara.
The 3rd Balfolk Istanbul Festival took place with two days of dance, music and fun.
Turkey is becoming a sought-after destination for divers with the 8000 km coastline, a perfect Mediterranean climate, amazing historical wrecks and a growing number of marine parks.
Turkey’s youth and sports minister attended the European Sports and Culture Festival (ASKFEST), which kicked off on June 28 in Germany’s northwestern city of Hamm.
A South African cyclist has arrived in Istanbul from London to raise global awareness of autism, after covering 8,800 kilometers by bike.
Occasionally anyone can receive a malicious look, but most of the time we won’t take it seriously and forget about it. Though, in many places across the world the belief in “the evil eye” is taken seriously and requires action to avoid harm.
Excavations in the ancient city of Prusias ad Hypium in the northwestern province of Düzce and at an 8th century Genoese Castle on the UNESCO World Heritage Temporary List are expected to unravel more of the history of the region and attract tourists.