Provinces of Turkey
Turkey's iconic ancient city of Ephesus in the picturesque Aegean region has decided to limit the number of daily visitors due to the novel coronavirus outbreak.
A total of 650 people will be allowed to visit the historic site at a time, said Cengiz Topal, director of the Ephesus Museum.
Normally around 10,000 people visit the site daily, he told Anadolu Agency.
Turkey's little-known black community has been living in the Aegean province of Aydın for the past 200 years.
The people who identify themselves as Afro-Turks migrated from Sudan in search of work, mostly on plantations.
The killing of George Floyd, an unarmed black man, by a white American police officer, has shocked them like the rest of the world.
Pamukkale, a natural landmark tourist attraction in southwestern Turkey hopes to attract some 1 million tourists over
the next six months after normalizing from the effects of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Pamukkale is a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its mineral-rich thermal waters and white travertine terraces in Turkey's province of Denizli.