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Turkey sees nearly 70,600 house sales in January

Turkey recorded 70,587 house sales in January, down 37.9 percent year-on-year, the country's statistical authority announced on Feb. 15.

"Istanbul had the highest share of house sales with 19.4 percent and 13,666 houses," TÜİK said in a statement.

The capital Ankara and the Aegean province of Izmir followed Istanbul with 6,635 and 4,063 house sales, respectively.

Turkey’s Antalya 'center of int’l tennis tournaments’

Turkey's Mediterranean resort city of Antalya, which is among the world's foremost tourism destinations, has recently hosted three world-class tennis tournaments.

The city, which is famous for its history, natural wonders and beaches, recently started making a name for itself in sport tourism.

Erdoğan urges AKP grassroots to reinstate splinters

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on Feb. 1 called on the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) grassroots to make efforts for reinstating the estranged party members.

"Let us recruit our friends who have been separated from our party due to any reason," Erdoğan said, virtually addressing the provincial meetings of the AKP in Adana, Antalya, Muğla and Bursa.

Turkey attracts 12 mln tourists in first 11 months of 2020

Turkey attracted 12.03 million foreign visitors in the first 11 months of 2020, the country's Culture and Tourism Ministry said on Dec. 25. 

The figures fell 71.95% year-on-year in the January-November period from 42.9 million, the official data showed, as expected, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and measures to stem it.

Antalya, hometown of Santa Claus

He rides a reindeer-drawn sleigh, makes toys in the North Pole with the help of elves and brings gifts to children through chimneys. Father Christmas is an indispensable part of Christmas every year across the world. But little is known that he was a native of what is today Antalya, a tourist hotspot on Turkey's Mediterranean coast.

Turkey sees 112,483 house sales in November

Turkey recorded 112,483 house sales in November, down 18.7% year-on-year, the country's statistical office announced on Dec. 15. 

"Istanbul had the highest share of house sales with 18.8% and 21,158 houses," TÜİK said in a statement.

The capital Ankara and the Aegean province of Izmir followed Istanbul with 10,710 and 6,574 house sales, respectively.

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