Tourism leaders to meet Wednesday in Mersin
Turkish Asian Center for Strategic Studies president says 2017 summit to be declared during weekend gathering in Malaysia
About 10,000 stones with pictures in Saimaly-Tash, Kyrgyzstan, have been identified, the earliest dating back to the third to early second millennia BC
The history of Ottoman Bulgaria spans nearly 500 years which left the provincial capital left a significant imprint on the urban landscape that weaves history and culture together
A successful television thriller will now make a movie regarding the failed Turkish coup
Yildiz Palace is practically city that is identified with its pavilions, tile and joiner's workshops, clock tower and theatre. The palace that witnessed the last period of the Ottoman Empire is used as a museum today.
The first Ottoman mosque, built by Sultan Orhan Gazi has been discovered in Iznik in Bursa
Ani Ruins inclusion puts number of Turkish sites in UNESCO World Heritage List at 16
Abdulhamid Han Mosque, which attracted President Erdoğan with its architecture, becomes heart of city as activities are held in complex
Titled 'Deadly Skies – Air War, 1914-1918', exhibition will be held at Canadian War Museum in Ottawa until January 2017
Istanbul's historic Haydarpasa railway station is home to a book fair hosting over 500 authors and poets
Pioneering Ramadan Tent Project has brought together 30,000 people - Muslims and non-Muslims alike - to foster dialogue
Greek food was influenced by Izmir, Istanbul and other areas, making it into an Ottoman-Balkan mixture, says famed Greek chef
The Muslim philosopher and national poet of Pakistan has been commemorated in Turkey in a ceremony in the capital
The EXPO 2016, hosting over 50 countries, highlights cultural diversity and a 650,000 m3 green area is a first for Turkey in the events' history
The Grand Bazaar in Istanbul, one of the oldest covered shopping malls in the world, has announced a multi million dollar ten year long renovation project
Istanbul is among Europe's 'Big Four' megacities alongside London, Moscow and Paris, according to JLL's international report
Fair to host around 50 writers and publishing houses from 25 countries including Syria, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon and Kuwait
The snow falling on a nearly millennium-old ancient cupolas has created a breathtaking sight
Fakhretting Pasha was the commander of the Ottoman army and was also governor of Medina from 1916 to 1919. Today was the day he surrendered to the British after much resistance.
The Zeynel Bey tomb will be relocated for preservation as it is located at a site where a new dam is being built.