A South African cyclist has arrived in Istanbul from London to raise global awareness of autism, after covering 8,800 kilometers by bike.
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.
The Rahmi M. Koç Müzesi, part of the Rahmi M. Koç Museology and Culture Foundation, is a private non-profit institution dedicated to the collecting, housing, researching, preserving and exhibiting of industrial and engineering objects and their documentation from all countries and periods up to the present day.
Tourism and Turkey are two words that go together so well. So when they are mentioned, one might think about the country's countless blue-flagged beaches and ancient sites,
Turkey, Russia and Iran will summit in August aiming to discuss the Syrian conflict, presidential spokesperson İbrahin Kalın said on July 4.
On June 23, Ekrem İmamoğlu is re-elected with a big margin of victory, after rerun polls and got his certificate on June 27 for the second time this year from Ali Yerlikaya, the governor of the Istanbul province who has served as acting mayor, between two polls.
Turkey's Maarif Foundation is currently educating 30,000 students in 35 different countries around the world.
Turkey's popular, history-themed TV series "Diriliş Ertuğrul" ("Resurrection Ertuğrul"), which has been exported to 60 countries, bids farewell to the screens with its 50th episode.
Two university students from eastern Turkey's Elazığ province have developed an artificial intelligence-assisted solid waste sorting device. Their aim was contributing to the economy and making their dormitory an ecologically-friendly place.
Alaçatı is a beautiful village located in the south of Çeşme Peninsula, and in recent years it has become one of Turkey's most popular tourist destinations with its historical stone houses, windmills, calm sea and windy air perfect for windsurfing.
158-year-old Ottoman calligraphy was sold for 55,000 Turkish liras ($9,142 at an auction. It was the highest price so far among auctioned items in Istanbul.
For a very long time The Aegean and Mediterranean coasts of Turkey are primary breeding grounds and home for loggerhead turtles, also known as Caretta Carettas. The last years are also very important. Since they are facing extinction as their breeding grounds are disturbed, the loggerheads are the top priority of the local authorities and volunteers.