Eskişehir tops list as country’s smartest province, study reveals

In a recent study conducted by the Center of Intelligence Tests, Eskişehir has emerged as Türkiye's smartest city.

Analyzing IQ scores from over 1.2 million individuals across the country, the study sheds light on the cognitive abilities of various regions, with Eskişehir leading the pack with an average IQ of 105.20.

Artisans in Odunpazarı keep cultural values alive

Eskişehir's Odunpazarı district is known for its unique artisans working in the field of meerschaum and glass art, keeping these creative values alive.

The historical district of Odunpazarı in the central Anatolian province of Eskişehir attracts attention to its tradition of artists and craft masters creating works of meerschaum and glass.

CHP mulls local governance overhaul following election success

Following its notable gains in the recent mayoral elections, the main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) is reportedly poised to initiate a series of innovative practices aimed at enhancing local governance.

Local media indicates a comprehensive restructuring effort, including regular reporting mechanisms to municipalities under the party's administration.

22 on trial for ‘violence in care center’ in Eskişehir

The family of a mentally disabled man, who allegedly had bruises on his body and a broken hip while he was staying in a special disability care center in Eskişehir in 2018, has filed a lawsuit against 22 employees at the center, including the caregiver, health personnel and the director of the institution.

Thousands bid farewell to legendary actor

Thousands of fans bid farewell to Turkish legendary actor Cüneyt Arkın, who died at the age of 85, in a funeral service held in Istanbul's Teşvikiye Mosque.

The actor was then laid to rest in Zincirlikuyu cemetery in the Beşiktaş district on June 30.

Early on June 30, a ceremony was held in Atatürk Cultural Center, one of the metropolis' iconic art centers.