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"Within the framework of the planned events, the name of the Russian diplomat will be awarded to one of the central streets of the Demre town, located in the province of Antalya. The authorities of Antalya, in turn, plan to announce the handover of a building, located on this street, to the fund. The Memorial ...

Istanbul and the Mediterranean province of Antalya led the rise in the number of properties sold to foreigners in Turkey in 2017, according to a new report. Some 8,182 sales of properties to foreigners were concluded in Istanbul last year, followed by Antalya with 4,707 sales, according to data compiled by ...
The Antalya Promotion Foundation (ATAV) has launched a campaign calling for the return of eight artifacts smuggled abroad out of Antalya. As part of the project, an exhibition featuring the photos of these artifacts will open at the Antalya Airport International Arrivals Terminal. A replica of the Nereid ...
TAV Havalimanlari Holding AS, majority owned by Aeroports de Paris, is paying privately held IC Ictas Insaat AS 360 million euros ($440 million) in cash for its 49 percent holding in the concession to run Antalya, the company said on Tuesday, confirming an earlier report about the plan by Bloomberg News.
ANTALYA, TURKEY - FEBRUARY 27 : People tour the Karain Cave located 27 kilometers northwest of Antalya, Turkey on February 27, 2018. Artefacts made from rhinoceroses, hippopotamuses and elephants as well as fossilized remains of Homo Sapiens from the Middle Paleaolithic, Neanderthal and ...
The 99% surge in January, following high double-digit increases in December (+36%) and November (+49%), left Antalya in the top spot among the ten largest destination airports for German holidaymakers with a 24% share. The January booking figures confirmed recent surveys and comments from tour ...
One of the lost tablets of the Seljuk Sultan of Rum Kayqubad I has been found inside the walls of a two-story house in Turkey's southern Antalya province, reports said. According to reports, the tablet, which had originally been made by Kayqubad I, who reigned from 1,220 to 1,237, had been lost for the past ...


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