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The mass death of flamingos last year on parched parts of Lake Tuz in central Turkey had raised concerns about the welfare of birds already at risk due to climate change. But a bird count and projections show flamingos can safely call Turkey’s second-largest lake again. A census shows that 1,877 flamingos were born in …

Anatolia has always hosted many important routes that connect trade routes and distant territories with each other, allowing different civilizations and cultures to meet. Some roads in the region crossed cities, mountains and hills from east to west, or vice versa, and offered different views to travelers throughout history. During the Seljuk state, there was …

NNA | Update: 05 May 2022 22:59 STI Washington [US]May 5 (ANI): As May 5 marks the Uyghur Doppa cultural festival, commonly referred to as Doppa Day, Uyghurs increasingly wear their doppas as part of cultural preservation and symbolic national resistance against the campaign of colonization, genocide and occupation. carried out in their homeland by …

Photo source: Athens Capital Hotel – MGallery. The hotel sectors of both Athens and Thessaloniki experienced an expansion in the first two years of the Covid-19 pandemic, according to the latest report from GBR Council on the performance of the Greek hotel sector for the first quarter of 2022. Citing data provided by the Hellenic …

ANKARA The three-day Eid holiday has started with rainfall in all seven regions of the country, with winds reaching up to 50 kilometers per hour in the western provinces. class=”cf”> “There will be heavy rains and thundery showers over all the coastal and eastern provinces of the country,” the Turkish state meteorological service said. According …

The history of money, which has become an integral part of life, dates back to the beginning of human civilization. Money is one of the ways to show wealth today and it’s safe to say that banknotes and coins have long been associated with the term ‘money’. There are many interpretations given to money from …

This article is dedicated to all the martyrs who died during the 1915 Armenian Genocide. They are commemorated on April 24, 2022. Life in Late Byzantine Ravenna in its last 200 years, after Belisarius’ reconquest of Italy, lasted until AD 751. A governor/military commander ruled under the Byzantine Emperor of Constantinople. The Greek language dominated. …

It’s a beautiful spring morning in Cardiff and a few dozen people have gathered outside the Temple of Peace and Health, its white Portland stone facade resplendent among the civic buildings in Cathays Park. There is a cross section of generations, from toddlers to senior citizens, and a range of clothing styles, but all are …

The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region faces unique challenges in environmental sustainability and human habitation. The first and most important of these is the limited availability of fresh water. As a wide swath of arid to dry subhumid mountainous desert, the region sees most of its precipitation fall as mountain snow. Surface water …

Two horses and two griffin busts found among the 2,600-year-old ruins of the Temple of Athena in the ancient city of Phocaea will be displayed at the Izmir Archeology Museum once their restoration work is complete. The ancient city of Phocaea, also known as Phokaia, was an ancient Ionian city on the eastern shores of …

How Turkey will choose Space Traveler The 2022 Mekteb-i Tıbbiye-i Şahane University of Health Sciences Award Ceremony was held at the Bağlarbaşı Culture and Convention Center. Minister Varank, in his speech at the ceremony, said: “We will make an announcement in the near future to select the people Turkey will send to space.” In the …

Anastasia Sia ’25 (Photo by Cayla Fernandes) WALTHAM, Mass. – The Brandeis University women’s tennis team ended a six-game losing streak with a 5-4 win over Division II Franklin Pierce College today. The judges, who had lost four matches by a score of 5-4 this season, improved their record to 4-10 on the year. The …

The tiger is among the most charismatic megafauna we have on planet Earth, an animal that has shared space with humans in a number of countries and has found a place in folklore, arts, literature and heraldry. You may think that all tigers are alike, but if you look closely you will see differences. Why? …

Anastasia Sia ’25 (Photo by Cayla Fernandes) WALTHAM, Mass. – The visiting New York University women’s tennis team won a pair of three-setter matches today as the Violets beat No. 36-ranked Brandeis 5-4. at the Cordish Tennis Center. With the loss, the Judges drop to 3-8 on the season, while the Violets improve to 3-4. …

ISTANBUL Experts said desert dust that arrived in Turkey on March 31 from Africa will begin to show its impact on the country until early next week, increasing the risk of accelerating coronavirus cases in the country. . class=”cf”> Early reports said the desert dust was only expected to affect the western coasts and southeastern …

The Treaty of Lausanne shattered the Ottoman Empire and gave birth to modern Turkey, both in terms of geography and development, while laying the foundations for the Middle East as we know it. Signed between Turkey and its adversaries, the British, the Greeks and their allies, the Treaty of Lausanne will soon celebrate its centenary. …

The FNSS signs a cooperation agreement for the PARS armored family During the Asian Defense Services Exhibition (DSA 2022), FNSS and DEFTECH signed a cooperation agreement for the PARS family of tactical wheeled armored vehicles to meet the potential needs of the Malaysian ground forces in the future. Since the early 2000s, the PARS family …

Dr Lily Withycombe, Greek curator at the National Museum of Australia, spoke with Neos Cosmos about Ancient Greeks: Athletes, Warriors and Heroes, the stunning exhibition that reveals the myth, reality and daily life of the ancient Greeks through the prism of competition. Ancient Greeks: Athletes, Warriors and Heroes explores competition in our world, in sports, …

ROME — This week, the University of Notre Dame announced that Bishop Borys Gudziak, the highest prelate of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, will deliver this year’s keynote address. Whatever the circumstances, the choice would have made a lot of sense – Gudziak is a Harvard graduate who studied under Henri Nouwen, the founder and …

ankara-izmir-yht-hatti-island-year-133-million-passenger-transportation The Ankara-İzmir High-Speed ​​Train (YHT) project will gain momentum with a 2.45 billion euro loan from the UK. Progress of 3.5% has been made in the infrastructure works of the Afyonkarahisar-İzmir section of the YHT line, which will reduce the travel time between the two provinces to 52 hours. Speaking at the consultation meeting …

Bronze candlestick inlaid with silver from Persia 13th or 14th century – estimate £150,000-200,000 at Bonhams. Roland Arkel March 21, 2022 This silver-inlaid bronze candlestick from 13th or 14th century Persia has a guide of £150,000-200,000 at Bonhams on March 29. Measuring just over 18cm …

President Tayyip Erdogan has opened a massive suspension bridge across Turkey’s Dardanelles Strait, the latest in a series of major infrastructure projects he has prioritized during his two decades in office. Connecting the European and Asian shores of Turkey, the 1915 Canakkale Bridge was built by Turkish and South Korean companies with an investment of …

When will Ordu City Hospital go into operation? In 2006, he was transferred to Ordu University and the Faculty of Medicine. kazanThe Mayor of Ordu Metropolitan Municipality, Dr. Mehmet Hilmi Güler, again played an active role in the construction and tendering processes, and carried out surveys on the construction of the hospital of the city …

The confrontation between Libya’s two rival prime ministers – Fathi Bashagha, appointed by the eastern-based parliament, and Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, the Tripoli-based head of government who refuses to cede power – is pushing Turkey to play more openly and with more confidence in the conflict. Turkey, which maintains military forces and militias in Libya, has …

ANKARA A leading academic has mapped villages across the country where asbestos-related cancer cases have been observed, after reviewing studies conducted between 1970 and 2000 in Turkey. class=”cf”> Professor Lütfi Çöplü, an Ankara-based lung disease specialist, reviewed dozens of academic studies initiated by some universities following the increase in lung cancer cases in Turkey, particularly …

Here’s what you need to know The United States and the United Kingdom will ban Russian oil. Although the EU won’t join the sanctions, it has a plan to wean itself off of it all. American producers say it will be difficult to increase their oil production, but most Americans say they don’t mind paying …

Here is a helpful list of some of the countries Indians can travel to without RT-PCR test Many Indian travelers are willing to travel but are unsure they can handle the protocols made mandatory by COVID-19. A Return to Travel survey from Agoda found that Indian travelers’ biggest concern was to familiarize themselves with the …

A Lydian gold stater, one of the earliest coins in the world. These coins were the very first coins to be used in the world. Credit: Mark Cartwright/ CC4 Ancient Lydia holds the distinction of creating the world’s first coins; At first not much more than drops of metal with basic stamps, they quickly turned …

AFYONKARAHİSAR A Zambian student has won hearts in the Aegean province of Afyonkarahisar as she promotes the city with YouTube videos she makes for a living. class=”cf”> “My real name is Chimwemwe Chita, but everyone in town calls me ‘Çita.’ Many tourists come to visit Afyonkarahisar after watching my videos,” the 22-year-old told Hürriyet daily. …

After more than a century of mostly sleepy stagnant water, the Black Sea has suddenly emerged as a major front line and potential flashpoint between Russia and the west following the invasion of Ukraine. Russian President Vladimir Putin launched a major assault on Ukraine on Thursday that targeted facilities in cities across the country as …

According to a recent study, a low-lying landmass that flourished 40 million years ago, which was also rich in diverse fauna; could have paved the way for Asian animals to reach southern Europe. The Forgotten Continent – Balkanatolia Wedged between Europe, Africa and Asia, this vanished peninsula, called Balkanatolia by experts, established a bridge connecting …

Turkey’s winemaking heritage dates back nearly 7,000 years and its contemporary wine culture continues to evolve. While some of the world’s oldest known grape varieties in production are grown here, in recent years low domestic consumption and a 2013 law banning the advertising and marketing of wine or spirits have led many Turkish wine producers …

Turkish academics say recruitment reforms are needed to address academic “inbreeding” and nepotistic “abuse” of new institutional autonomy. A new study by Engin Karadağ and Şerife Çiftçi, a husband-wife team from Akdeniz University in Anatolia, examines how the practice of universities hiring their own graduates as staff is taking place in the rapidly growing university …

Yesterday afternoon, Chef Mike Nelson of GW fins marked one of the very rare and highly coveted Tyee Salmon. This ultra-fatty fish is to seafood what Kobe is to beef. Chef Mike’s specimen came straight from New Zealand waters and he started serving portions last night. The rare delicacy will remain on the menu tonight …

Cover of the book “The Horrors of Adana: Revolution and Violence at the Beginning of the 20th Century” After a decade of meticulous research in more than 15 archives, Bedross Der Matossian’s book on the 1909 Adana Massacres was recently published in paperback, hardcover and Kindle editions by Stanford University Press. Titled “The Horrors of …

Stanford University Press has published a new book by Bedross Der Matossian titled “The Horrors of Adana: Revolution and Violence in the Early Twentieth Century.” The book examines April 1909, two massacres that rocked the province of Adana, located in the southern Anatolia region of modern Turkey, killing more than 20,000 Armenians and 2,000 Muslims. …

NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM – Today’s Birthdays is the one-stop-shop where you can learn about Kazakh personalities born on February 10. NAMES Kazakh literary critic Zeinulla SERIKKALIYEV (1938-2004) was born in the village of Nurzhau, Tengiz district, Atyrau region. He graduated from Kirov Kazakh State University and Abai Kazakh Pedagogical Institute. Throughout his career, he collaborated with …

ANKARA Turkey’s Petroleum Pipeline Corporation (Botaş) announced yesterday that natural gas cuts in industrial areas will end this morning. class=”cf”> In a tweet, the national energy company thanked the manufacturers “for their understanding and cooperation in this period”. On January 20, Iran halted the flow of natural gas to Turkey for 10 days due to …

Ankara suffers a bit from the public relations problem known as “second city syndrome”. It’s often overshadowed by its larger, more spirited sibling, Istanbul, a mecca for travelers who rarely fail to check off to-do lists during their stays in Turkey. But why blame them? Dig a little deeper into the Turkish capital and a …

Through qgazette | to February 03, 2022 Catherine Tsounis The Byzantine mosaics of Ravenna are part of our lives. We don’t even realize it. At a recent Constantine Cassis AHEPA Chapter social in the hall of St. Paul’s Greek Orthodox Cathedral, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Hempstead, it was brought to my attention that their mosaics contained …

Erciyes was flocked by weekend ski enthusiasts The Mayor of Kayseri Metropolitan Municipality, Dr Memduh Büyükkılıç, said Kayseri Erciyes Ski Center, a global brand, only welcomes 85 local and foreign visitors on weekends, and said, “Erciyes has been flooded with weekend ski enthusiasts. Erciyes’ profit continues to be Kayseri’s profit. President Büyükkılıç, in Erciyes, which …

Renowned photographer Renate Graf takes visitors along the Silk Road in Central Asia, highlighting the contrasts of life depicted in black and white in her photographs. His exhibition “Travel in time and along the Silk Road” was inaugurated on Friday by the French Institute of Turkey as well as the embassies of France and Austria …

The ancient city of Magnesia, located in the Germencik district of Aydın province in western Turkey, was known as the “city of races” and attracted many visitors due to the plethora of sporting events held here in ancient times. The ancient city still finds its place on any traveler’s must-see list, luring visitors with its …

Turkey continues to move forward in its efforts to vaccinate the public as it moves forward in its battle against the COVID-19 pandemic. Meanwhile, leading scientists have issued a warning to those who have not yet received their boosters, stressing that vaccination helps prevent serious illnesses of any variant. Professor Sema Turan, a member of …

ISTANBUL As the country’s femicide problem escalates and people take to social media to express their deep concern, a new femicide case of a nurse who was shot by a man who did burst into a family health care center in Istanbul sparked a nationwide outpouring of anger. class=”cf”> Ömür Erez, a 33-year-old nurse working …

A minute in Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers’ 1959 standard Moanin’, its bluesy piano refrain is blasted with the piercing brilliance of a single trumpet note. It’s 20-year-old Lee Morgan, soloing with a confidence that would define the so-called “hard bop” sound of jazz label Blue Note. At 18, he had already played with …

After its first two iterations in Istanbul and Dubai, the Gastro Show, showcasing Turkish cuisine with dishes from all over Anatolia, was held in New York at Turkish House (Türk Evi) on January 14. The Food Tourism Association organized the event. and Fatma Şahin, Mayor of Gaziantep Metropolitan Municipality, was the guest of honour. About …

The island of Cyprus is the apple of the eye of the Mediterranean. For centuries it was home to several peoples and was once ruled by the great Hittite, Ottoman, Phoenician, Assyrian, Persian and Byzantine emperors. Due to its geopolitical importance, anyone who wanted to have a say in the region set their sights on …

The global brand Erciyes welcomed 25,000 visitors in 150 days The mayor of the Kayseri Metropolitan Municipality, Dr Memduh Büyükkılıç, the premier of the Central Anatolia region, the 5th largest mountain in Turkey and Kayseri Erciyes A.Ş. announced that the company-run Erciyes Ski Center welcomed 25,000 visitors in 150 days. Büyükkılıç announced that the 112th …

In the 238-year-old Ishak Pasha Palace, one of the most important works of the Ottoman Empire in Anatolia, researchers believe traces of a “central heating system” have been found. Described as the “Passage of Civilizations”, Ishak Pasha Palace in Doğubayazıt District of Eastern Ağrı Province attracts many tourists to the region. Built in the Ottoman …

The high-speed train line, which will reduce the trip between Konya and Karaman to 40 minutes, opens today. President Erdogan will also participate in the first expedition from Konya to Karaman. The line that Erdogan will inaugurate will save 63 million lire per year. The ceremony will take place at 2:00 PM. It will reduce …

Ravenna features the finest examples of Late Roman Empire / Early Byzantine / Eastern Roman architecture and art. The tragedy of the Eastern / Byzantine Roman Empire is that the geographic area that was its center was destroyed by war, conquest and populations that have no roots in its civilization. We visited Ravenna to see …

Milosevic rejects election results in Serbia On January 3, 1997, the government of Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic declared that it rejected the report of a group of observers led by former Spanish Prime Minister Felipe Gonzalez, which called for recognition of the opposition’s victories in the elections. municipal authorities in 19 of the largest cities …

The year 2021 has been one of the most fragile in human history. The extraordinary turn of events generated by Covid-19 has shown the world just how weak and defenseless humanity truly is, despite its uncontrollable arrogance. The largest countries in the world have remained powerless. Even the richest countries panicked. Even the most powerful …

Among many other threats, global climate change promises unprecedented water variability in the South Caucasus. The region faces increasingly erratic rainfall and snowmelt, endangering drinking water supplies, agricultural production and hydropower production. This is made even more complicated by the fact that the region’s water crosses the borders of countries with already strained relations. The …

Archaeologists from the west coast of modern Turkey (ancient Greek Ionia) have discovered the skeletal remains of a young man and a dog, which were killed by a tsunami triggered by the eruption of the Thera volcano on the island of Santorini 3,600 years ago reports the Daily Mail. According to the report, archaeologists found …

TEHRAN – Archaeologists have discovered a rare stone seal depicting a unique animal form during their recent excavations in northern Iran. Estimated to date from the Sassanid era (224 CE-651), the object along with other relics, including pottery and archaeological remains from the same period were found in a stratigraphic project, which is currently in …

Since August, thousands of migrants, many from the Middle East and Afghanistan, have tried to enter the EU via the Belarusian-Polish border. The Polish government responded by sealing the eastern border and, in addition, imposing a state of emergency in early September on a 3-kilometer strip of land along the border with Belarus. The result …

ANKARA After approximately two and a half years, 2,955 coins, seals and scales of Anatolian origin, seized from a Turkish citizen at the Bajakovo-Batrovci border post between Serbia and Croatia, were returned to Turkey. class = “cf”> Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu said this was only the start of the Adana-based “Anatolian Operation”, which was carried …

Burak Akinci ANKARA (XINHUA) – The COVID-19 pandemic has to some extent changed lifestyles around the world, spurring the shift from cars to bikes, and Turkey’s capital Ankara is no stranger to this trend , betting on an environmentally friendly future with new cycle paths. Despite the many negative impacts caused by the global health …

Digitized war records of Indian troops killed during WWI in Iraq highlight long-forgotten siege of Kut Al-Amara LONDON: The beautifully handwritten note on the yellowing service record, compiled by the Punjab government in 1919 and now over a century old, is as brief as it is poignant. In faded ink, the entry of Wasawa Singh, …

Göbekli Tepe, a Neolithic site discovered in Turkey in 1963, is made up of a series of sunken circular structures supported by massive stone pillars and dates back to between 9500 and 8000 BC (iStock) At 15:58 GMT precisely on December 21, the winter solstice will occur across the northern hemisphere. The winter solstice marks …

ISTANBUL Meteorologists have warned of heavy rainfall across most of Anatolia throughout the week, with heavy storms on weekdays and a snowy weekend for Istanbul. class = “cf”> “Snowfall will start in central Anatolia on December 16th. The Marmara regions and the western part of the Black Sea will experience a snowy weekend, ”renowned meteorologist …

I was reading today about Atargatis, the Syrian goddess, a character that has intrigued me for some time, and found out that according to some sources she had a daughter called Semiramis who appeared to be a witch or a witch, who was also madly in love with a man, Ara from Handsome of Fair. …

Turkey’s financial and cultural hub Istanbul is expected to revive tourism in 2022 as a luxury tourist destination among foreign travelers, according to industry insiders. Muberra Eresin, President of the Hotel Association of Turkey (TUROB), said the demand for Istanbul is increasing dramatically in the overseas luxury tourism market and reservations have been made for …

His supporters are flocking to Turkey’s Konya province from around the world to commemorate him at his shrine during the 10-day ceremony starting December 7. “Yesterday I was smart, so I wanted to change the world. Today I am wise, so I change myself. ?? Rumi Over the next 10 days, thousands of visitors will …

ARDAHAN Winter showed its true colors in eastern Turkey as the eastern province of Göle district in Ardahan became the coldest place in the country on December 7, recording a temperature of minus 26.4 degrees Celsius. . class = “cf”> Spending mostly time indoors, residents of Göle, which has turned into a “white zone”, tried …

The Mongol Empire was the most extensive contiguous empire in human history. In its heyday, it controlled most of Asia and much of Europe. The empire began at the beginning of the 13th century when Genghis Khan united the nomadic Mongolian-Turkish tribes in the region of present-day Mongolia. It spread rapidly in all directions, largely …

Turkey and India have common interests from Central Asia to West Asia and Africa. (File photo: PTI) By Omair Anas, India and Turkey are two modern nation states that share many historical commonalities in the constitution of their state and society. The two nations have a history of endless civilizations, as they often contradict each …

Children’s author Fawzia Gilani Williams enriches the lives of children with her books that help them feel proud of their identity. She transforms popular children’s fairy tales like Cinderella, Rapunzel and Snow White in Islamic tales of moral power, quiet heroism, wisdom, belief in God, hope and resilience. Her books have kindness as a central …

The violent storm that wreaked havoc in Turkey’s Marmara region, killing several and injuring dozens of people, has moved inland and, according to meteorologists, precipitation and snowfall are expected in the eastern regions of Turkey. Yusuf Ziya Yavuz, weather forecasting specialist at the Meteorological Branch, said the storm would continue to be effective in inland …

The life of the two apostles merges with the towns and stages at the center of the 35th apostolic journey to Cyprus and Greece, scheduled for December 2-6. Barnabas and Paul travel together and preach the gospel. Their friendship, which also experiences moments of conflict, is always strengthened by faith in Christ. Amedeo Lomonaco – …

A matter of land, a matter of cooking The world’s largest trade fair for greenhouse agriculture, Growtech 20th International Greenhouse, Agricultural Technologies and Livestock Equipment Fair for the fourth time this year. Sohbet was organized. With the title “Global Climate Change and the Future of Agriculture”, Growtech Tarım SohbetTo the future, President of SERKONDER Halil …

A dedicated teacher in Incesu District in central Turkey’s Kayseri Province – through his own efforts – renovated the primary school warehouse into a new classroom for his little students. Harun Dağlı, who works at Üçkuyu Primary School as a teacher and principal, renovated the area used as a warehouse and storage room for coal …

Abstract This fourth round of inter-agency protection sector needs assessment was carried out through 29 sector partners (including community-based organizations) and 4 municipalities in June 2021 with a sample of 1,266 people (representing a total of 6,251 people at household level). The majority of those interviewed participating in the exercise are Syrians, followed by Afghans,Iraqis, …

SİVAS The restoration of Sivas Castle in the Central Anatolia region of Turkey has received a boost with the initiation of work to unearth the interior defense walls of the castle. class = “cf”> Considered to be built 4,000 years ago and destroyed by Timur during his Anatolian campaign in the 1400s, the castle has …

Cappadocia, which is widely known as the preferred destination for tourists, is also a popular destination for guests who want to enjoy skiing, hot springs, and hot air balloon rides during the winter. The Cappadocia-Erciyes-Kozaklı experience is the perfect combination for an unforgettable vacation. Cappadocia: ideal place for a unique nature Cappadocia, which is located …

In his classic 1954 book The Gift, anthropologist Marcel Mauss describe an unusual practice of giving gifts among the Maori. It was believed that people who did not return gifts were vulnerable to illness – and possibly death. In this way, the rituals of giving and receiving were linked to beliefs about illness, giving illness …

Nov. 10 (Reuters) – A study combining linguistic, genetic and archaeological evidence has traced the origins of the language family including modern Japanese, Korean, Turkish and Mongolian and the people who speak them to millet farmers who inhabited them an area in northeast China about 9,000 years ago. The detailed results Wednesday document a shared …

ANKARA After nearly four decades, Jews in Turkey have gathered at the Ankara synagogue to “rekindle their memories.” class = “cf”> Isaak Haleva, the chief rabbi of the Jews of Turkey, along with several members of the Jewish community, joined the event in the capital Ankara. In a speech on the occasion, Haleva said that …

Zoroastrianism is a monotheistic religion similar to Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. He holds similar principles, including belief in one god and the struggle between good and evil. In fact, it is argued that Zoroastrianism may have influenced these three religions. Zoroastrianism owes its name to its founder, Zoroaster, who has the status of a prophet …

Anti-vaccine and anti-restriction protesters in Istanbul in September 2021. Photo: EPA-EFE / SEDAT SUNA Haci Ali Ozhan, a lawyer and notary in Kirikkale, a province in Turkey’s central Anatolia region, said on Friday that documents had been filed with the Interior Ministry to create a new anti-vaccination political party called the Parti for life without …

Published on: 11/03/2021 – 12:06 After a summer of devastating forest fires and floods, Turkey has become the last G20 country to ratify the Paris Agreement. Despite being one of the largest economies in the world, Turkey wants UN climate officials to reclassify it as a developing country. In this way, he would have access …

Seçer: “We want to lay the foundations for the metro on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the liberation of Mersin” The mayor of the metropolitan municipality of Mersin, Vahap Seçer, was the guest of the live broadcast of the program “From the Mediterranean to the Bull” broadcast on the radio TRT Çukurova. In …

Gallery51 in Philadelphia, PA, is hosting an exhibition of Anatolian carpet fragments from the Samy Rabinovic Collection and the exhibition will run until December 31, 2021. Gallery opening hours at 51 N 2nd St, Philadelphia are from Tuesday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday from noon to 5 p.m. The pieces in …

* Photo: Agence Mezopotamya (MA) Click to read the article in Turkish The Prisons Commission of the Ankara Section of the Human Rights Association (İHD) released its third quarterly report on human rights violations in Central Anatolian prisons in July-August-September 2021. The report’s findings were shared with the public at a press conference at the …

By SUZAN FRASER and MEHMET GUZEL, Associated Press KONYA, Turkey (AP) – For centuries, Lake Tuz in central Turkey has been home to huge colonies of flamingos that migrate and breed there in hot weather, feeding on algae in the waters shallow lake. This summer, however, a heart-wrenching scene replaced the usual stunning sunsets of …

The head of the network in Turkey, known by the acronym MAS, was a medical student in Konya Photos of the 15 detainees suspected of spying on behalf of Israel in Turkey were published Monday by Turkish media. All of the “Mossad agents” arrested are “of Arab descent,” the official reported. Sabah newspaper, which first …

The situation of Mersin becoming a logistics center is called into question. The Mayor of Mersin Metropolitan Municipality, Vahap Seçer, attended the Mersin Economy Summit organized by the Mersin Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MTSO) with the slogan “The heart of the economy beats in Mersin “. During the summit held at the Atatürk Cultural …

From a distance, the white lake in eastern Turkey always looks wet. A greenish residue left by its waters creates a mirage of the hills above, but get close and all in there is nothing but cracked, hard mud. Locals say the lake, known as Ak Gol in Turkish, was full in the summer, but …

samsun bafra bus station different level intersection open Transport and Infrastructure Minister Adil Karaismailoğlu said they have invested over 10 billion lire in transport and communications in Samsun and have increased the length of the divided road from 120 kilometers to 310 kilometers. Expressing that they aim to complete the highway connecting Havza and Vezirköprü …

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We are closely following the visits of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan to Angola, Nigeria and Togo. I have three fronts, as well as a litany of other topics, that torment my mind. One of them concerns Turkey’s efforts to define its road map in Africa. It includes the jubilant return of a country in …

Serbia and Turkey have reached an agreement to launch direct commercial flights between the capitals of the two countries, the Serbian ambassador said on Friday. In a statement, Zoran Markovic said the flights would be operated by AnadoluJet, a brand of Turkish airline Turkish Airlines, twice a week from the end of December. “This is …

For thousands of years, the Central Asian region has been the scene of endless conflict and competition between the great powers, as it is a crossroads for East-West trade routes. The Scythians, Huns and various tribes of Turks and Mongols, among a plethora of other groups, swept the region. In the 19th century, Central Asia …

Azerbaijan has a history as a Silk Road trading post, is home to sites that speak to its surprising Jewish, German and Polish heritages, and is teeming with a wealth of art, architecture, crafts, food and drink, etc. . Its welcoming and tolerant spirit offers the open-minded traveler a myriad of reasons to reflect on …

Thanks to the diligent work of restorers, mosaics depicting Eros, the Greek god of love, Dionysus, the Greek god of fertility, theater and mirth, and his wife Ariadne have regained their former glory in the ancient city of Metropolis in the Torbalı district of western Izmir province. While excavations are supported throughout the year at …

TEHRAN – Some 45 historic and rare postage stamps are currently on display in an exhibit at the Iranian Research Institute for Cultural Heritage and Tourism (RICHT) in Tehran. Organized in collaboration with Iran’s Post Company, the exhibition is organized to mark World Post Day, celebrated annually on October 9, as well as National Post …

When Elizabeth I’s scientific adviser and “philosopher” John Dee died in 1609 at the age of 81, he left behind a treasure trove of unusual artifacts. Among them was his speculum, a hand mirror made of polished obsidian (volcanic glass), which was also known as “the mirror of the devil”. This mystical device for speaking …

In the summer of 1976, a ground fire burned an area of ​​vegetation on the island of Guernsey, revealing a slab of granite protruding from a high mound of earth. The excavations that followed revealed an intact 6,500-year-old burial site, now named Les Fouaillages, one of the oldest monuments ever discovered in Western Europe. (Here …

A relatively large number of “small medallion” Ushak rugs have survived since the 16th century; Kurt Erdmann in 1957 knew more than 100 (Kurt Erdmann, The history of the first Turkish carpet, London, 1977). Yet within the group there are considerable differences. All the different elements are variable; the medallion, spandrels, edging, and guard bands, …

Mugla, Turkey on 8/7/2021 © Sedat Elbasan / Shutterstock Turkey has had a terrible summer from an ecological point of view. The country has experienced unprecedented forest fires caused by heat waves and droughts that devastated forests in southwestern Anatolia, while flooding hit the north and east. The disasters obviously have unprecedented economic and social …

Bloomberg Quicktake: Now released this video clip, titled “Crowds Gather in Italy to Honor Victims of Fatal Boat Crash” – below is their description. Crowds gathered in Lampedusa, Italy on Sunday to honor the victims of the deadly capsizing of a boat in 2013. Even as the dead were remembered, the coast guard brought ashore …

Byzantine army. Unknown. Public domain The Byzantine army was one of the most powerful and effective military forces in the world from the 7th to the 12th centuries. Beginning to operate around 395 AD, the Army of Byzantium was a continuation of the mighty Roman Army in the East, with the Commander-in-Chief being the Byzantine …

Turkey’s Antalya Orange Gold Film Festival, which has always been the main catalyst for local cinema in the country, is a testament to the fact that despite the hurdles due to the pandemic and the country’s economy, Turkish filmmakers are standing still. wear well. “At the beginning of the year, people were saying, ‘You won’t …

IZMIR – On the eighth day of their protests alongside other students for available dormitories and rentals, Beril Sengul and several of his friends were taken away from their sit-in in an Izmir park and taken to a police station. police. “We were released in the morning,” Sengul, a student at Ege University, told GainTV …

The first collection of essays by Mexican-born writer Mariana Oliver, Migrator birds, weaves the personal and the history into meditative vignettes on displacement and belonging. First released in Spanish under the name Migratory aves (2016) and now translated into English by Julia Sanches, Migrator birds transports the reader on the wings of precise and lyrical …

Opening of the junctions of the ankara akyurt fair bridge and the industrial zone Transport and Infrastructure Minister Adil Karaismailoğlu said very important transport projects for Ankara have been completed and new ones have been started, and said one of them is Ankara-Akyurt fair and the industrial zone-2 bridge interchanges. Stressing that the density caused …

“Listen to the reed how he tells a story, complaining about the separations– Saying, “Since I was parted from the reed bed, my lament has made both man and woman moan. I want a breast torn by rupture, in order to deploy the pain of love-desire. Anyone who is left far from his source wishes …

The early Etruscans had advanced knowledge of art, agriculture, and metallurgy, leading some historians to believe that civilization originated elsewhere before settling in what is now Italy. DNA analysis shows that they were in fact locals. Public domain via Wikimedia Commons Before the glory of Rome, the Etruscans ruled much of what is now Italy. …