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4.4 magnitude earthquake shakes northwest Turkey; no damage reported
The Canadian Press
ISTANBUL ? An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 4.4 struck northwestern Turkey but there are no immediate reports of damage or injuries.
Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen Selected World’s Best Airport
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Not only in Turkey but also in the World aviation industry’s rising star; Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen International Airport is selected ”World’s Best Airport” …
Giant white cats invade streets of İstanbul
Three gigantic white cats, each around three meters tall, were unleashed on İstanbul’s streets over the weekend. But these gentle giants are here to bring a
Doesn?t matter if you call it Istanbul, Constantinople or Byzantium, the city is somewhere everyone should visit at least once in their life.
Turkish govt plans to turn Istanbul into finance center as Dubai, London
Turkish Deputy PM Babacan said that Turkey’s rapid recovery from the global downturn was giving a new boost to the government’s plan on Istanbul.
2nd International Energy, Economy Forum is being held in Istanbul
The 2nd International Energy and Economy Forum of Black Sea countries began in a downtown hotel in Istanbul on Wednesday with an address by Turkish Prime
Making baklava in Istanbul on a voyage of self-discovery
Hurriyet Daily News
A Cyclope production, the project was launched at the end of 2009 with support from the Istanbul 2010 European Capital of Culture Agency.
The Pera Palace Hotel and the ghosts of the Orient Express
They may stand on opposite sides of the Golden Horn in İstanbul, but the newly refurbished Pera Palace Hotel in Tepebaşı and the old train station in
Recent housing boom indicates economic recovery speeds up
?The huge amounts of construction projects in İstanbul is favorable for consumers since they have the opportunity to live in modern buildings designed for
Festivals always cause lots of changes in the city. The city’s art scene and culture improves with different kinds of festivals and this also reflects
Turkish minister sees Istanbul future global finance center
Turkey’s state minister for economy said that he believed Istanbul would become a global finance center. Turkey’s state minister for economy said on Tuesday
Istanbul: Where cultural heritage offers a unique mix of East and West
All three can be found in Istanbul, this year’s European Capital of Culture. I was part of a fortunate group of journalists from around the world who,
The rhythm of İstanbul interpreted by international artists
The art season in İstanbul has had an intense start, with festivals, concerts and a great number of exhibitions for Turkish art lovers.
Siirt Durak Kebabı: İstanbul’s best stop for bıçak kebabı!
A new location will soon be opened in Üsküdar’s Koşuyolu neighborhood on the Asian side of İstanbul. Your dessert of choice along with bıçak kebabı should
Istanbul’s Basın Ekspres road shines with new projects
Hurriyet Daily News
The Basın Ekspres road, which connects Atatürk International Airport to the TEM highway, has boomed in recent years and is now one of Istanbul’s most
Emerging Artist Showcase: Joachim Seinfeld’s Modern Nostalgia In Istanbul
He’s presenting this new body of work (seen below) at Canakkale Biennial and the Istanbul Art Fair this year. The paintings used in these works originate
İstanbul to host international classical music festival
As İstanbul celebrates its title of a European Capital of Culture in 2010 with several art events, the city is getting ready to launch another big event
Travel: Istanbul In 5…
By Mathew Schwartz Istanbul, a Turkish port city on the Bosporus, has long been celebrated as a place where east meets west. Geographically, at least