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10:47, 23 July 2014 Wednesday
Art & Culture

15:38, 07 July 2014 Monday
Istanbul's 'as if I have eaten' mosque

The Sanki Yedim mosque is literally named after the saying of a man who called Kececi Hayreddin Efendi who once lived in the area during the Ottoman period.

12:45, 05 July 2014 Saturday
Turkish dervish commemorated in Bosnia after 500 years

Ayvaz Dede is a 15th century dervish who moved to the Bosnian village of Prusats from Akhisar in western Anatolia.

11:23, 02 July 2014 Wednesday
An ivy-clad Green Mosque in south-eastern Turkey

The ivy gives the mosque a unique appearance, protects it from deterioration, attracts tourists and keeps worshippers cool during summer heat.

13:02, 30 June 2014 Monday
World s only Krymchak museum marks 10th anniversary

Krymchaks have historically lived in close proximity to the Crimean Karaites and are an ethno-religious community of Crimea derived from Turkic-speaking adherents of Rabbinic Judaism.

13:04, 27 June 2014 Friday
Column and wall crumble at Italy's ancient Pompeii

The superintendent of Pompeii, Massimo Osanna, said the damage was "of a limited size, although any incident of this type at Pompeii cannot be underestimated".

16:53, 26 June 2014 Thursday
Ottoman flag returned to Turkey after 100 years in UK

The flag was handed over to the Turkish ambassador in London, Unal Cevikoz, by the Turner family who had preserved the flag for almost a century.

13:24, 26 June 2014 Thursday
UNESCO names Jeddah as World Heritage Site

Jeddah's historic port city was recognized for its its role as a major Red Sea trade route ‎throughout its 2,500-year history as well as being a gateway for Muslim pilgrims to Makkah who ‎arrived by sea.

13:29, 23 June 2014 Monday
Ancient French cave wins World Heritage status

The cave, located about 25 metres underground, consists of what is known to be the earliest known figurative drawings in the world.

12:33, 23 June 2014 Monday
Demolitions in Turkey's Izmir reveal ancient Roman theater

The stage walls and entrance of a Roman-era amphitheater have been unearthed in Izmir.

12:30, 22 June 2014 Sunday
Unesco grants Inca Qhapaq Nan road system World Heritage status

The Qhapaq Nan roads was built in the most diverse terrains going through six South American countries linking communities in the Andes mountains to fertile valleys, rainforests and deserts.

12:23, 22 June 2014 Sunday
Turkmenistan aims to boost tourism with 'Door to Hell'

Tourism officials say the Door to Hell, also called the Derweze crater after a nearby village, could be developed into a key draw for adventure tourists.

17:20, 21 June 2014 Saturday

Izmir Roman Association head Abdullah Cistir said 'This will be the first time the Roma community produce a newspaper in Turkey.'

10:11, 20 June 2014 Friday
Renovated Ottoman-era sites open in Sudan's Suakin

The $9-million renovation project included a massive facelift for Suakin's Al-Hanafi Mosque, Al-Shafei Mosque and an old customs building, all of which date to the Ottoman period.

14:28, 17 June 2014 Tuesday
Iraqi historical sites at risk amid crisis

“Terrorism does not recognise the meaning of civilization and does not know its importance to humanity,” the Iraqi Tourism Ministry said in a statement.

15:28, 16 June 2014 Monday
Researchers find Dracula's tomb in Italy

The grave of real life 'Dracula', notoriously known as Vlad the Impaler, is said to have been found in Naples.

14:06, 05 June 2014 Thursday
Istanbul s iconic mosque to reopen Friday

Istanbul’s historic Buyuk Mecidiye mosque, better known as Ortakoy Mosque, is to reopen on Friday following nearly three years of restoration.

13:55, 05 June 2014 Thursday
Jerusalem is the capital of Islamic tourism for 2016

Palestinian Foreign Ministry said that the selection proves the centrality of Jerusalem and its Islamic identity in the consciousness of more than billion and a half Muslims all around the world.

09:46, 02 June 2014 Monday
Iran's domestic art scene thrives despite economic sanctions

Iran's smart set turned out in force for this year's Tehran Art Auction, spending a record amount as the country's modern and contemporary art scene thrives despite economic sanctions.

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