Ancient Side dazes visitors

One of the important ancient cities and tourism centers in Turkey, Side's history dates back 2,700 years. Even though archaeological excavations have been ongoing in the city since 1940s, there are still various historical artifacts lying underground. (Photos: Alamy)

On March 8 Bulgarian Feminist Mobilization Group Will Rally for Gender Equality and Women’s Rights

A march for women's rights mottoed Always on the Front Line organizes today the informal group "Feminist Mobilization". This is a team that fights for social, economic and political gender equality. For the fifth year in a row, they invite all those who wish to join them on March 8.

Kamelia Tzeneva commented the the topic in "Our Day" radio talk show.

Woman’s Day marked by warnings of violence against women

Ljubljana – The Slovenian PEN Centre and Mira, the women’s committee at the centre, warned of violence against women ahead of Woman’s Day, 8 March, while the Manager Association warned of inequalities at work, aggravated by the Covid-19 epidemic. A number of online discussions on the problems and potential of women will be held today.

Troy Museum giving opportunity to watch artifact restoration works live

Located at the entrance of the ancient city of Troy in the northwestern province of Çanakkale, which dates back to 5,000 years, the Troy Museum will offer its visitors an opportunity to watch the restoration and conservation works of ancient artifacts live within the scope of a new project.