Would you like to live in a city that offers a unique combination of history and modernity? so, apartments for sale in Istanbul with sea view or mountainside are the best.
Like any country, Turkey has a range of social rules to live by. If you intend to live or start investment in Turkey, here we highlight a few of them for you:
With increasing Turkish-Azerbaijani energy cooperation, the State company of Azerbajdzhan Republic Republic (SOCAR) is making ready a new billion-dollar energy investment in Turkey in cooperation with British Petroleum (BP).
Buying an apartment for sale in Istanbul or any other property for sale in Turkey is a great investment. that this could be one of the most important investment decisions to make. You need to research how much you can invest and how you hope to gain from your purchase. Here are the considerations you must take into account while buying property for sale in Turkey.
Turkey's leading charity, the Turkish Red Crescent, declared its humanitarian projects for the holy month of Ramadan. The charity's president, Kerem Kınık, stated they're going to reach almost 15 million people in Turkey and also the world as a part of their aid campaign.
Istanbul has always been an important center throughout history thanks to its location on the crossroads of trade routes.
Izmir, Turkey's third largest city, and probably the nearest city you can get to with a Western vibe. Many have related it to Paris or Madrid for its cosmopolitan.
Real estate investment in Turkey is an enormous business, the property investment that you start should return to you.
Agence France Presse (AFP) journalist Ahmad Gharabli's distinct picture of a Palestinian lady and Israeli security officer photographing each other was chosen picture of the Year 2019 by the City Picture Awards, organized by Anadolu Agency.
"Slow city" is an expression that describes cities where people have a good life. “Cittaslow” is an Italian global movement founded in 1999, it targets to increase the excellence of city life.
Traditional Turkish archery is becoming very popular in Malaysia, since a local school, namely IDRISSI School, included it in its curriculum.
The world's countries have once again been ranked in terms of happiness, with Nordic countries topping the rankings and Turkey landing in the middle, on a U.N.-produced list released each year on March 20, the International Day of Happiness.