Kaleici: the center of Antalya, is the place which reflects some of the city’s historic Old City. Including historic houses in the narrow streets of Kaleici in Antalya bay first come to mind places.
Pamukkale Travertines located in Denizli are formed by natural sources of hot water coming to the traverten beds and emerging to the surface. Hot water is poured into the layers of the travertine here andContinue reading
Clock Tower: Antalya is currently the oldest buildings is regarded as the center of the bazaar.
The grave, monumental sculptures and unique landscape of the Antiquech I of Antiochos, King of Kommagene, who ruled on the slopes of Mount Nemrut at 2150 meters high in Kahta District of Adıyaman, is oneContinue reading
Hero and Leandros Myth Hero is one of Aphrodite’s priests, who are described as the goddess of love and beauty in Greek mythology, and serves in the Maiden’s Tower. Because of being a nun, loveContinue reading
Sony announces the MDR-ZX750BN headphones, which pick up ambient sounds like aircraft engines, trains and block them with an anti-noise sound wave. Devices that offer more clear music enjoyment with noise cancellation feature also offerContinue reading
It is thought that the Monastery of Sümela was founded by two priests named Barnabas and Sophronios from Athens during the time of Byzantine Emperor Theodosius I. (375-395). Sümela continued to function as a monasteryContinue reading
The first prototype of the domestic automobiles planned to be produced under the leadership of TUBITAK was exhibited to the public in 2015. It has been reported that serial production and water-powered vehicles will beContinue reading
International Lighting Guerrilla festival, which has been undergoing in Ljubljana since 2007, is dedicated to the production and presentation of works of contemporary visual and new-media art, whose main mean of expression is the mediumContinue reading
SEM’s permanent exhibition, first opened in 2006, is subtitled ‘The treasure house of Slovene and non-European heritage of the everyday and the festive’, and as the name suggests, it aims to show the connection betweenContinue reading
The ARTish festival, held in Ljubljana on selected Saturdays at Gornji trg square, features a selling exhibition of original works by Slovenian creators. ARTish is a series of events where artists not only showContinue reading
From 25 May-3 June 2018, medieval Kamnik will burst into bloom. The town will blossom with special installations of many varieties of flowers, which will be integrated elegantly into the architecture of the town. ForContinue reading
The Istrian village of Hrastovlje is most famous for its Church of the Holy Trinity, which dates back to the 13th century. The entire interior of the the church is covered in frescoes byContinue reading
The 16th century publication of the first Holy Bible in the Slovenian language was not just a significant development for Christianity in Slovenia; it was also a milestone in the history of the Slovenian languageContinue reading
The International Council of Museums, ICOM, proclaimed 18 May the International Museum Day 41 years ago. The day is celebrated in more than 35,000 museums in at least 140 countries, including Slovenia with its networkContinue reading