Bozlu Art Project’s latest exhibition showcases artists from the Ottoman Empire, the earliest days of the Turkish Republic through to our current period on three floors of immaculately arranged, inspiring works.
With its story and formidable architecture, the Bulgarian Church symbolises the Ottoman period's values and the cultural mosaic of Turkey’s Istanbul.
Some prominent Ottoman-era travellers vividly captured vampire epidemics and witch fights in travelogues centuries before Western literature popularised them.
Islam is not only the world’s fastest growing religion today, but it is projected to be the largest one by 2075.
Some members of Bulgaria’s Turkish minority hope to draw global attention to human rights violations committed by the country’s authoritarian rulers against Turks in the 1980s.
The Women’s Library and Information Centre Foundation located in Istanbul bears witness to 150 years of the women’s movement in Turkey, providing a new perspective to the country’s history.
Author Tharik Hussain discusses how his travels to the Balkans shed light on issues like identity and belonging, the roots of Islamophobia, and the European fear of the ‘Turks’.
The oil painting of Suleyman the Magnificent's wife Hurrem Sultan, also known as Roxelana, is from the late 16th-early 17th century.
Sotheby's Deputy Director Alexandra Yasmina Roy tells Anadolu Agency that Roxelana is ‘incredibly inspirational.’
Christie’s is auctioning a set of six paintings of Sultans Orhan, Bayezid I, Isa Celebi, Mehmed I, Selim I and Selim II painted in the style of Veronese in Venice after an original set of 14 commissioned by Grand Vizier Sokollu Mehmed Pasha.
Between 10,000 to 32,000 Turks were massacred in Tripolitsa, which was captured by the Greek militias on September 23, 1821.
Bursa, the birthplace of the Ottoman Empire, was elected as the 2022 Cultural Capital of the Turkic World by the International Organization of Turkic Culture on 16 September 2021.
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