- Turkey Hits Its Shot
- Shades Of Turkey In China
- Let The Festivals Begin!
- Let The Roses Bloom
- Defterdarburnu As It Once Was
- Second Stop: Clay
- Art In Elazığ
- Classical Music On The Golden Horn
- Munich Loves You
- Forever Young, May 19
- Sultan Of Land And Sea
- The Work Of The Waqfs
- The World Is Speaking Turkish!
- Straddling Two Continents
- The Film Is About To Begin!
- Exhibitions Worth Seeing
- Hot Shopping In The North
- Redbud Time In Istanbul
- White Legacy In The Aegean
- The Conjunction Of Three Continents
- Romans Of Everyday Life
- A Master Remembered
- Shadow Of Istanbul Falls On Luxembourg
- Semih Sayginer’s Ho Chi Minh City
- A Legend That Came From The Sea
- Be A World Local
- Africa In Five Questions
Straddling Two Continents
Situated on Russia’s border between Europe and Asia, Ekaterinburg is one of the country’s leading capitals of art and culture.
Be sure to visit Vaynera Street and Ploshchad 1905, a square in the city center.
You can water ski on Lake Platinka in summer and walk on it in winter when it freezes over completely.
View the Yekaterinburg cityscape from the special balconies on the Vysotsky skyscraper, one of the city’s icons.
Visit the symbolic monument on the line that separates Europe and Asia.
Visit the QWERTY sculpture, arguably the city’s most fascinating monument, and see the keyboard whose keys are big blocks of stone.
Among the traditional Russian soups, try borscht (beet soup), shchi (cabbage soup) and fish soup.
Don’t leave without drinking vitamin-rich mors, a beverage made from the local wild berries that gives Russians energy on cold winter days.
Turkish Airlines has Istanbul-Yekaterinburg-Istanbul flights four times a week (Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays). For more information: