Roman sarcophagus with a 'Maltese Cross' found in Diyarbakir
04 Nisan 2024 - 11:40
Roman Sarcophagus found in Diyarbakir
Within the scope of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism's investment program, a sarcophagus with a Maltese cross on it was found during the restoration
Anadolu Agency's documentary bags 1st prize at Toronto Independent Short Film Competition
04 Nisan 2024 - 10:43
Anadolu Agency's documentary wins top prize at Toronto Film Competition
Produced by Anadolu Agency and directed by AA senior photojournalist Sebnem Coskun, 'The Melting World of Polar Bears' was awarded first in the 'Best Independent Short Film' category
Turkish-Hungarian football ties take center stage in Budapest exhibition
04 Nisan 2024 - 10:02
Türkiye-Hungary football exhibition opens in Budapest
A new exhibition highlighting the shared football history of Türkiye and Hungary opened at the Yunus Emre Institute Turkish Cultural Center in Budapest as part of the "2024 Turkish-Hungarian Year of Culture"
Türkiye Culture Road festival kicks off with Adana International Orange Blossom Carnival
03 Nisan 2024 - 16:32
Türkiye culture road festival begins
Concerts, exhibitions, talks and events for all age groups will be organized in Adana from April 13-21 at over 30 locations in line with the Türkiye Culture Road festival
Replicas of pharaoh's treasures welcome visitors at Ankara exhibition
03 Nisan 2024 - 14:35
Tutankhamun exhibition in Ankara
The exhibition, created from replicas of more than 409 artifacts from the burial chamber of Pharaoh Tutankhamun, was presented to enthusiasts in Ankara after Istanbul
Malatya's 150-year-old public bath under restoration post-earthquake
02 Nisan 2024 - 13:07
Reviving Malatya's cultural heritage
Historic Turkish city Malatya launches restoration of Carsi Hamam, a historic cultural site damaged in the 2023 earthquakes
Greek Islands introduce visa-on-arrival for Turkish citizens
02 Nisan 2024 - 12:26
Visa-on-arrival kicks off for Greek islands
Fast visa application process launched for Turkish citizens on 10 Greek islands near Türkiye, allowing visits up to seven days for 60 euros, with passport control and fingerprinting at entry
Humans may have started talking much earlier than known
02 Nisan 2024 - 11:59
Humans have been speaking way longer than known
New research suggests that humans first started speaking in prehistory eight times earlier than previously thought
640-year-old castle found under hotel in France
02 Nisan 2024 - 10:43
14th century castle unearthed in France
Archaeologists find remains of a 14th-century castle in the courtyard of Hotel Lagorce, which operated until recently in the Vannes region of western France
People flock to parks and temples as cherry blossoms bloom in Japan
01 Nisan 2024 - 15:37
Cherry blossoms bloom in Japan
The blossoming of sakura or cherry blossom, Japan's unofficial national flower, attracts thousands of people to parks and temples, especially to the festival in Ueno Park in the capital Tokyo
A guide to April Fool's Day: Origins, celebrations, memorable pranks
01 Nisan 2024 - 14:46
All you need to know about April Fool's Day
April Fool's Day's elusive origins date back to ancient Rome and medieval France, evolving from calendar changes and festivals to modern-day pranks
British Museum faces probe over withheld Ethiopian artifacts
01 Nisan 2024 - 13:05
British Museum under legal scrutiny
A complaint by Returning Heritage against the British Museum over Ethiopian artifacts confidentiality leads to an investigation by the Information Commissioner’s Office
Exploring earth's breath through Pervin Ozdemir's ceramics
01 Nisan 2024 - 12:00
Pervin Ozdemir's Izmir exhibition
Reflecting on her journey and achievements, Pervin Ozdemir presents her vision of ceramics as a medium that transcends art, embodying Türkiye's rich cultural heritage
'Oppenheimer' finally screened in Japan with trigger warnings
30 Mart 2024 - 16:09
Japan finally screens 'Oppenheimer'
The biggest winner at this month's Academy Awards, the film directed by Christopher Nolan about U.S. physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer, who led the race to develop the atomic bomb, has grossed nearly $1 billion globally
Christopher Nolan, 'Oppenheimer' director, to receive British Knighthood
29 Mart 2024 - 17:31
Director Christopher Nolan to recieve British honor
Acclaimed filmmaker Christopher Nolan, celebrated for his recent Oscar-winning film 'Oppenheimer,' is set to receive a knighthood from the British government, while his wife, Emma Thomas, will be honored with a damehood
Eid Al Fitr 2024 anticipated to commence on April 10, International Astronomical Center says
29 Mart 2024 - 17:15
Solar Eclipse might influence Eid Al Fitr
The International Astronomical Center and the Emirates Astronomical Society concur that the 2024 Eid Al Fitr, marking Ramadan's end, is likely to start on April 10 based on anticipated crescent moon sighting
Bristol celebrates diversity with grand Iftar events for Ramadan
29 Mart 2024 - 16:11
Grand Iftar in Bristol
Celebrating the Islamic holy month, Bristol's Grand Iftar on St Mark's Road and College Green invites Muslims, non-Muslims
Ancient sarcophagus discovered in Türkiye sparks archaeological interest
29 Mart 2024 - 14:28
Ancient sarcophagus found in Türkiye
Routine electrical upgrade in Hatay's Defne district leads to the unexpected discovery of a sarcophagus with mythological decorations
News study highlights charitable spirit of US Muslims during Ramadan
29 Mart 2024 - 11:14
70% Muslim Americans fullfill zakat obligation
A study by Indiana University highlights that 70% of Muslim Americans participate in zakat during Ramadan, observes higher participation among married individuals, those in their 30s
Baghdad hosts book exhibition showcasing Ottoman cultural legacy
27 Mart 2024 - 16:26
Ottoman Cultural heritage book exhibition opens in Baghdad
Iraqi and Turkish officials inaugurate a display of Ottoman artifacts and books in Baghdad, emphasizing shared history and future collaborations
'Titanic' prop door fetches $718,750 in auction, reignites debates
27 Mart 2024 - 16:08
Iconic "Titanic" movie prop sold
Heritage Auctions sells the famous door prop from the movie "Titanic" for $718,750, stirring up renewed debate among fans about the film’s memorable ending