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Experience The Charms Of Turkey: Simplified Visa Process Now Available For Global Travelers

MENA FN 19 Feb 2024
(MENAFN - Zex PR Wire) Ankara, Turkey, 19th February 2024, Turkey, a land where ancient history meets vibrant culture, invites global travelers to explore its wonders with a simplified visa ... .
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Statue of Greek Goddess Aphrodite Uncovered in Turkey

Greek Reporter 18 Feb 2024
A statue of the goddess Aphrodite was uncovered during excavations carried out in the Ancient Greek city of Amastris in modern Turkey ... out in the Ancient Greek city of Amastris in today’s Turkey.
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How Many Cities Are Named Athens Around the World?

Greek Reporter 18 Feb 2024
The name Athens, due to the city’s renown, has been embraced by towns and cities across the ancient world in antiquity, such as the ancient city of Athenae in Turkey, and the trend has continued throughout the centuries.
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Opinion| How global waterways boost trade and economy

Daily News Egypt 18 Feb 2024
Global waterways are essential for international trade and the global economy ... · The Suez Canal ... They separate ancient Constantinople and Asia Minor, and are vital waterways for Istanbul and Turkey and trade between the Black Sea and the Aegean Sea.
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David Hawkins obituary

The Guardian 15 Feb 2024
... died aged 83, was one of the world’s leading scholars of the languages of ancient Turkey.
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‘Crossing’: Berlin Review

Screen Daily 15 Feb 2024
“I hardly think it was a choice,” counters young Achi, as they begin to discover the options open to Tekla in Turkey’s ancient, sprawling former capital.
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Best walls protect, welcome, insulate and engage

Quad-City Times 14 Feb 2024
Walls keep people in—think prisons and the Berlin Wall. Walls keep people and things out—think Hisarlik, Turkey (likely the ancient city of Troy) or any floodwall of recent memory. Walls create interior space, holding up roofs and making homes ... .
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Patrick Muller: Best walls protect, welcome, insulate and engage

Quad-City Times 14 Feb 2024
Walls keep people in - think prisons and the Berlin Wall. Walls keep people and things out - think Hisarlik, Turkey (likely the ancient city of Troy) or any floodwall of recent memory. Walls create interior space, holding up roofs ... .
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Turkey Expands Visa Accessibility Program, Fostering Global Relations and Cultural Exchange

GetNews 13 Feb 2024
Whether it's marveling at ancient ruins, indulging in delectable cuisine, or soaking in the beauty of Turkey's coastline, Australian travelers now have streamlined access to obtain Turkish visas, making their journey hassle-free and memorable ... Turkey.
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The origins of Valentine’s Day and the messages behind gifts of bouquets

Boston Herald 13 Feb 2024
(Betty Cahill, Special to The Denver Post) ... Many stories trace it back to ancient Turkey and Rome, with religious origins and some folk legends tossed in ... The ancient Romans observed Lupercalia, a pagan fertility festival held Feb ... 14 St ... ....
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The Odyssey of Classical Education

Quillette 09 Feb 2024
And ancient Greece included the western coast of modern Turkey, which was home to major Greek thinkers like Herodotus and Thales of Miletus.
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Convenience Redefined: Turkey eVisa Offers Effortless Entry for Modern Travelers

GetNews 08 Feb 2024
Whether exploring the historic streets of Istanbul, lounging on pristine Mediterranean beaches, or marveling at ancient ruins, travelers are invited to embark on unforgettable journeys through Turkey's diverse landscapes and rich heritage ... Turkey.
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Ancient city of Antakya struggles to rebuild after being flattened by an earthquake

The National 08 Feb 2024
... in Turkey ... A consortium of 13 international architecture firms is now leading efforts to rebuild the ancient city and its rich architectural heritage, in collaboration with the Turkey Design Council.
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Turkey still rebuilding after quake’s devastation

Stars and Stripes 08 Feb 2024
From a mountainside rising above Antakya, in southern Turkey, there is a sweeping panorama of the ancient city at sunrise, revealing a place that is a shell of its former self.
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Living the high life on a hot-air balloon trip over Turkey

The Irish Times 06 Feb 2024
This central region of Turkey, Anatolia, is famous for its otherworldly volcanic rock formations and cone-shaped fairy chimneys that host caves, churches, pigeon houses and ancient subterranean dwellings that stretch across 400km of high plateau.
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