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20 February

With Museum Pass Turkey (Museum Pass Türkiye) you can visit more than 300 museums and archaeological sites that belong to Republic of Turkey Ministry of Culture and Tourism for fifteen days and enjoy your trip through time.

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06 February

Walking route by the footsteps of Ancient Lelegs. In Pedasa lived the Lelegs during the Bronze and Iron Ages. Lelegs considered as a separate nation of the Ancient Carya, they moved here after the Trojan War. The flowering civilization of which fell for the period from 11th to 6th centuries BC.

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12 September

The ancient settlement of Hasankeyf will soon submerged as part of a controversial dam project – despite residents’ protests After the 30min drive from Batman in south-east Turkey, the ancient city of Hasankeyf sits on the banks of the Tigris River, appears as an oasis. Hasankeyf one of the oldest continuously inhabited settlements on Earth. […]

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13 July

Çanakkale offers different alternatives for tourists who want to spend a pleasant holiday. Istanbul, Ankara and Izmir thanks to its proximity and easy accessibility from abroad are the major cities in Turkey, especially for a holiday. In addition, Forbes magazine choose ‘ideal city to live’ in Turkey as the Dardanelles in Çanakkale. Forbes, the renowned economy […]

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11 June

Saint Nicholas Church in Bodrum at Hilmi Uran Square will restored and opened for tourists. Built around 300 years ago, Bodrum’s cultural value will attract tourism through a reconstruction project that initiated in accordance with the original Saint Nicholas Church. Before the annex building, which built in 1969, it used as a sponge storage. Later […]

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19 May

The most part of Bodrum Castle, which closed since October 2017 opened to visitors on 18 May World Museum Day. Over a year and a half ago Bodrum Castle closed for restoration work. The first phase of Bodrum Castle’s reconstruction completed, museum opened to visitors. Fortress visitors will be able to visit the Yassıada Shipwrecks […]

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02 February

460 million-year-old seashell fossil found among donations to Bodrum Maritime museum. One of the seashells donated to a Maritime museum in Turkey’s southwestern resort town of Bodrum by a businessman has turned out to be a fossil with 460 million years of histor. Hasan Güleşçi, who had been collecting seashells for some 40 years from […]

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13 January

Information appeared in the local media based on the statement by the Minister of Culture and Tourism of Turkey. Mehmet Nuri Ersoy says that St. Peter’s Castle will open on May 18, 2019 on World Museum Day. The Ministry of Culture and Tourism of Turkey announced a date for the completion of the restoration work […]

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01 December

Roman-era tomb revealed after heavy rain triggers landslides in southwestern Bodrum. An ancient tomb dating back to late Roman period found Friday in the Aegean resort town of Bodrum. In southwestern Turkey’s Muğla province following the heavy rains that left the town underwater. According to Anadolu Agency, the tomb that hidden underground for thousands years, […]

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03 July

Bodrum of Muğla province is among the most visited tourist destinations in the world. Once a small fishing village founded on the ruins of the ancient site of Halicarnassus of Caria, Bodrum has witnessed a true renaissance in the last decades. And became the summer vacation spot of millions of tourists coming from all over […]

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08 June

Some information about interesting places around Bodrum Places on the map: 6 – Mustafa Pasha’s Mosque (Mustafa Paşa Camisi); 10 – Kaplankaya, Old city of Salmakis (Salmakis Burcu), Salmakis sping (Salmakis Çeşmesi); 11 –  Chemlekchi (Çömlekçi Köyü), Mycenaean stone tombs; 12 – Musgeby (Müsgebi Köyü), Ortakent, Mycenaean stone tombs; 13 – Karaada Island, Thermal springs […]

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02 June

Golden crown of Hecatomnus returned home – a golden crown stolen in 392 B.C. from the burial chamber of Hecatomnus return to Turkey. A golden crown stolen in 392 B.C. from the burial chamber of Hecatomnus in the Aegean town of Milas and later smuggled to Scotland. The tomb of Hecatomnus, the father of Mausolus, whose burial […]

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