Art & Culture

  • Karagöz is a shadow play performed by an artist and is based on the funny dialogues and squabbles between Karagöz and Hacivat. The comical effect is achieved by
  • Nevruz is widely celebrated in the northern hemisphere, particularly in societies that speak Turkish and Persian. Nevruz comes from the Persian words nev and ru
  • Every landscape of Turkey forms the backdrop and context for people and events, with perhaps the most thrilling aspect of travelling the ability to become an ac
  • The Minstrelsy tradition is not only the cultural memory of Anatolia, but it is also an important expression of its cultural diversity and richness. It is a mul
  • When your eyes meet the thoughtful gaze cast by the obsidian eyes of Balıklıgöl Statue exhibited at the Museum of Şanlıurfa, think about the events he has silen
  • Anatolia is a symbol of the brotherhood of religions where diverse religions and cultures have coexisted in peace over centuries. The Hatay Province hosts one o
  • Ebru is the traditional art of creating colorful patterns by sprinkling and brushing color pigments on a pan of oily water and then transforming this pattern to
  • The Grand Bazaar is situated in İstanbul, the biggest city of Turkey, and its history goes back to mid-15th century, the era of Sultan Mehmet II, the Conqueror.
  • The Mesir Macunu Festival celebrated during the week of Nevruz (March 21-24), which is recognized as the beginning of spring, includes various cultural and trad

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