Istanbul Archaeological Museum, a spot you should not miss on a visit to Istanbul

If you are staying in Istanbul’s Old City you should not miss a visit to the Istanbul Archaeological Museum, a real treasure. The museum certainly offers an unbelievable range of masterpieces. Turkey has many museums which are all very much favored by visitors and among those the Istanbul Archaeological Museum is the first one to be established More...

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By BTT On Monday, August 3rd, 2020

Salt Cave, an underground salt city in Cankırı where salt was produced for 5000 years

The CANKIRI SALT CAVE is one of the oldest and largest salt mines in the world where salt has been produced for about 5 thousand years. It is located within the borders of BALIBAĞI village 18 km to the east of More...

By BTT On Saturday, August 1st, 2020

The Roman-era bridge over the Çekerek River in Tokat, Turkey is still in use

The Roman-built bridge over the Çekerek River in the sulusaray District of Tokat is in active use in the district today. The  bridge whose foundation is suggested to date back to ancient times, is actively used More...

By BTT On Tuesday, July 28th, 2020

SÜMELA Monastery and Hagia Sophia-I Sagir Mosque in Trabzon opened to service again

The Sümela Monastery and Hagia Sophia-I Sagir Mosque (in Trabzon) which were closed for restoration will be opened to visits today with the participation of Minister of Culture and Tourism Mehmet Nuri Ersoy. The More...

By BTT On Monday, July 13th, 2020

Antique city LAODICIA built 2200 years ago in Denizli region comes to light after 1600 years

The restoration of the Western Theatre, which was built 2200 years ago in Laodicia, one of the largest and most important ancient cities in Anatolia, will be completed by the end of the year. The ancient building, More...

By BTT On Wednesday, June 24th, 2020

Ancient city of TEOS in Sığacık, a center of art & philosophy from thousands of years ago

The ancient port city of Teos is located at Sığacık neighborhood of Seferihisar district about 60 km southwest of Izmir. The city was established and developed on the isthmus (neck connecting peninsula to main More...

By BTT On Wednesday, May 27th, 2020

2200-year-old Laodicia theatre in Denizli to reopen its curtains end of August 2020

2200-year-old theatre of ancient Laodicia in Denizli to reopen its curtains end of August 2020 – The Western (Hellenistic) Theatre in the ancient city of Laodicia which is on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage More...

By BTT On Saturday, April 25th, 2020

The famous “Elevator”, asansör in Turkish connecting two different districts of Izmir

Izmir which has successfully hosted very different cultures for ages, shares this heritage of cultural richness with its own people as well as with its visitors. The ASANSOR (elevator) is one of the most typical More...

By BTT On Saturday, March 28th, 2020

Aydın, the city which hosts most ancient ruins and historical attractions in Turkey

Aydın is a province next to the Aegean Sea, with three districts on the sea coast. Due to its geographical location, it is suitable for both tourism and agricultural activities. It has many historical attractions More...

By BTT On Thursday, January 9th, 2020

Bulgarian Iron Church by the Golden Horn receives 300 thousand visitors in 2 years

Stevi Stefan Church, located on the banks of the Golden Horn and also known as the “Iron Church”, was opened two years ago by President Erdogan and Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov after 7 years of restoration More...