Geography of Turkey

American to be deported soon after ‘suspiciously’ releasing fish into lake

A U.S. citizen has been sent to the capital Ankara for deportation after "suspiciously" releasing fish into a dam lake without permission in the Central Anatolian province of Konya.

Chesterr Juall called a taxi on April 27 and told the driver that he wanted to go to Beyşehir Lake.

When the taxi arrived at Altınapa Dam Lake, Juall asked the driver to stop the vehicle.

Underwater photographer sheds light on technological addiction with his work

A Turkish photographer has dived into the Mediterranean Sea to capture pictures depicting what he calls modern day addictions and problems of society, including smartphone addiction that has accelerated recently as people stayed at their homes for over two months as part of sweeping measures to contain the COVID-19 outbreak.

Labyrinth-like Dalyan reeds to welcome visitors

Tourists who will go on a journey between the labyrinth-like reeds within the boundaries of Muğla's Ortaca and Köyceğiz districts will enjoy watching herons, caretta carettas and Dalyan mullets.

The region in Turkey's west, which is rich in history, offers a dream-like holiday with its sweet and salty water and beach along with the ancient city of Kaunos.

Interest in puppies of ‘Anatolian Lion’ on the rise

Interest in the Aksaray Malaklısı, an Anatolian dog breed, has increased with the arrival of summer and the start of the grazing season in pastures.

Also known as the "Anatolian lion," the Aksaray Malaklısı receives great demand from Turkey and abroad.

The puppies of this breed find an owner within a very short time.