World Bulletin / News Desk
The world’s largest book fair has opened with 7,300 publishers attending, which lasts between Oct 10-14.
10,000 international journalists from 63 countries excellent media coverage in Germany and internationally: all German TV, radio stations, newspapers, related magazines, and online portals cover the event.
While literary, educational, trans-media and commercial publishing activities and cultural events will provide the core of the programme in Frankfurt.
The fair features:
- more than 7,500 exhibiting companies
- over 110 attending countries
- 180,000 international trade visitors
- almost 300,000 visitors
- 100,000 buyers
The Frankfurt Book Fair is a meeting place for the industry’s experts. Be they publishers, booksellers, agents, film producers or authors - each year in October, they all come together and create something new. The Frankfurt Book Fair is the most important marketplace for books, media, rights and licences worldwide.
The Turkish stand opens in a place that is 350 square meters including 48 meter for children totally. There are two hundred publishers and 3 thousand different books in the Turkish stands.
During the fair, 21 publishers will introduce their works.
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Australia's Foreign Minister has said that to allegations that Australian navy official paid migrant boat to return to Indonesian shores
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One of the most famous monuments of Turkish and Islamic art, the Blue mosque is visited by all who come to Istanbul and gains their admiration.
An Ottoman-era banknote has appeared after 139 years, in a lot sent by a collector in Germany for evaluation.
Maram al-Masri, a well-known Syrian poet, has said the Syrian crisis broke out because democratic revolutionaries have not been supported
Nasruddin Hodja was populist philosopher and wise man who is remembered across many cultures for his funny stories and anecdotes.
Afghans welcome in spring with a season of poetry events as they look to revive old traditions.
Egypt also expects to receive 235 additional artifacts seized earlier in France.
The historic Uzbek grand square of Registan built by Timur consists of three Madrassah: Ulugbek Madrassah (15th century), Sher – Dor Madrassah (17th century) and Tilla-Kari Madrassah (gold covered)(17th century).
A thousand years before the Wright brothers, astronomer Abbas ibn Firnas made several attempts to construct a flying machine. In 852 he jumped from the minaret of the Grand Mosque in Cordoba using a loose cloak stiffened with wooden struts. The Islamic Museum of Australia has honoured his work a real life scale model of his flying machine
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According to Spanish news agency EFE, the mystery tomb belongs to 'Don Quixote' author, Miguel de Cervantes
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