Erdogan Congratulates Turkish National Football Team
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan held a phone conversation with the players of the Turkish National Football Team and congratulated them for defeating the Netherlands 4-2 in the first match of the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers.
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ECI President Gives Interview to Turkish Anadolu Agency
The president of the ECO cultural Institute in his interview with Turkish Anadolu Agency asserted that without Turkey the culture and history of the ECO region is incomplete and Turkey has a leading role in cultural activities.
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New Turkish Website Launched
Website launched “newturkishfilms.com“for the promotion of Turkish cinema in the professional field.
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TIKA Donates Equipment to Disabled People in Libya
Turkey’s state-run aid agency has donated 150 wheelchairs and crutches for disabled people in Libya’s northwestern Zintan city.
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Start of the Sky Season in Eastern Anatolia
Although we are still days away from the official start of winter, the mountains in eastern Anatolia have already welcomed the first snow of the season and some parts are even ready to host skiers.
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Prof. Sukru Beydemir on the World’s Most Influential Scientists' List
Prof. Sukru Beydemir, the Rector of Bilecik Sheyh Edebali University, Turkey, has been selected as one of the most influential scientists in the world".
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2000year-old Priest Bust Found Turkey
Archaeologists have uncovered a priest head statue during an ongoing excavation and restoration work at the ancient city of Laodicea, in southwestern Turkey's Denizli.
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Lake Bafa, Turkey Bird Paradise
Bafa Lake is at the southeast of the Buyuk Menderes Delta, and 25 km from Soke from where it is easily accessible.
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Top Paragliding Trails in Tekirdag Province, Turkey
Every corner of Turkey is unique in terms of nature and historical background. The shining star of Thrace, Tekirdag, is one of the hidden beauties of Anatolia with its blue-flagged beaches, cultural heritage, historical landmarks and natural wonders.
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“The Unseen” to be Screened at Int’l Istanbul Film Festival"
Iranian documentary “The Unseen” directed by Behzad Nalbandi will be screened at the 39th International Istanbul Film Festival.
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Turkish Coffee in The UNESCO List of Intangible Cultural Heritage
Head of the Executive Committee of Arzum Electrical Household Appliances, Murat Kolbaşı said that Turkish coffee currently occupies only 10% of the world coffee market, and our goal is to increase this share to 20%.
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President Erdogan’s Message on International Day of Persons with Disabilities
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan stated, “Our brothers and sisters with disabilities, who prove that they are an important part of society by engaging in all aspects of life, make us proud of the many achievements they have accomplished in sports, the arts, politics, education and business.”
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Kovada Lake National Park, Isparta
Kovada Lake National Park situated 29 km south of Egirdir district of Isparta, with its diverse vegetation and pristine and beautiful nature has attracted the attention of nature and photography lovers.
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Malaysian Queen Admires Turkish Art and Culture
Malaysian Queen admired Turkish arts and crafts as well as Turkish history and culture.
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The book "500 Years of Ottoman Cuisine" Released in Persian
The book "500 Years of Ottoman Cuisine" by Marianna Yerasimos which is translated by Neda Khoshghani was published by scientific and cultural publications.
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Ancient Cybele Statue Returns to Turkey
A 1,700-year-old Cybele statue has been displayed at the Istanbul Archaeological Museum.
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Phrygian inscriptions, Doric headers found in Turkey
Fragments of inscriptions believed to be the oldest found in the Black Sea region and Doric headers used in ancient architecture have been unearthed in the ancient city of Tieion in northern Turkey.
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Victoria Velvet’s Account of Coronavirus Treatment in Turkey
Victoria Velvet, a Czech artist who underwent Coronavirus treatment in Turkey, praised the country’s health system for fighting the disease.
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Reconstruction of 400- year-old Stone Houses in Antalya
The Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism is renovating 400 year-old -stone houses in Akseki, Antalya.
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Şanlıurfa’s Food to be Registered in World Heritage List
Şanlıurfa Province, Turkey, is trying to register the unique and classic food and flavors of this city with its food diversity.
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