The Paris of the East: Diyarbakır

Diyarbakır, located in southeastern Turkey, is celebrated for its diverse culture, rich history, and unique architectural sites that include well-preserved city walls from Roman times and the historical caravanserai, Hasanpaşa Hanı. Known for both traditional dishes and vibrant cultural events, the city beautifully blends the old and the new. Its scenic landscape, marked by the Tigris river, adds to its charm. With offerings that cater to various interests, Diyarbakır presents a unique experience for anyone looking to explore Turkish history and culture.



Complementary and alternative medicine practices (CAM), gaining more legal recognition, are used in conjunction with modern medicine. These worldwide practices encompass acupuncture, homeopathy, massage, yoga, and more. They can be grouped into five categories: ancient/traditional systems like Chinese medicine, mind-body interventions like yoga, biologically based therapies using natural supplements, manipulative and physically based therapies like reflexology, and energy therapies like Reiki.


World War 2

World War 2 commenced when Nazi Germany, under Hitler’s rule, declared war on Poland in 1939, due to its ambition for territorial expansion. The conflict extended as Germany attacked numerous nations, Allies retaliated, and Japan’s Pearl Harbour raid prompted US’s entry into the war. War ended in 1945 after six devastating years, the post-war period reshaped the global dynamics with the emergence of US and Soviet Union as superpowers.


Who is Bediüzzaman Said Nursi?

Said Nursi was born in 1877 in The Nurs Village of The Hizan District of Bitlis. He took his name from his village. He is an important İslamic wise who is accepted as The Mujaddid of his century. He is the author of The Risale-i Nur. His father is Mirza Bey, and his mother is […]



The Eiffel Tower, built by Gustave Eiffel for the 1889 World’s Fair in Paris, initially faced criticism but ultimately won admiration for its innovative design. Designed to last 20 years, it avoided demolition due to its use as a radio transmission tower. Historically significant and symbolizing enduring beauty, this global icon attracts millions yearly.


Bosnia and Herzegovina Tour Guide Manual

Bosnia and Herzegovina is a multicultural southeastern European country with a population of 3.281 million and an area of 51,197 km². The country uses Bosnian, Serbian, and Croatian as official languages with Bosniaks, Serbs, and Croats as the major ethnic groups. The capital city is Sarajevo, having embraced influences from the Ottoman era. The local currency is the Bosnia and Herzegovina Mark (BAM) with 1 BAM equivalent to approximately 9 Turkish Lira. The state comprises two parts, the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Republika Srpska.


Abdülmecid Efendi Mansion: ”Elegance From The Past To The Future”

Abdülmecid Efendi Mansion in Istanbul, built in 1880, is hosting an exhibition called “Elegance From The Past To The Future” reflecting on Turkish history and culture. The mansion, originally a cultural hub for artists under Prince Abdülmecid Efendi, showcases Ottoman-era women’s fashion, religious clothes, bags, shoes and accessories alongside items related to Mustafa Kemal Atatürk. The exhibition is open until March 17, 2024.


A Significant Location on the Black Sea: Rize

Rize, a coastal city in Turkey’s Black Sea Region, offers a blend of natural beauty and historical sites. Its wealth of natural attractions include hiking, fishing, and rafting opportunities, with significant sites like Fırtına River and Kaçkar Mountains National Park. Historical landmarks include Kız Kulesi, a medieval castle, and the ancient Rize Castle. The city, lacking in nightlife, thrives on tea production and fishing.


Legends in Sports

Sports have an important place since the existence of humanity. In addition to protecting our physical and mental health, it also helps us socialize and contribute to society. There are many personalities who played an important role in the development and spread of sports. These people have achieved significant success both in their own branches […]


Kudüs Multifaceted Significance

“Jerusalem, the Al-Aqsa Mosque, has a sacred history for a town; it is the first qibla of Islam, our second holy site (for Muslims), and one of the holy centers of the three major religions (Islam, Judaism, Christianity). Now, let me give you a brief overview: Jerusalem or Yerushalayim is an ancient city built on […]