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AnnouncementThe state of emergency which has been declared in 21st July and will last for 3 months is a set of measures that will be applied within juridical boundaries and were made to allow the state to increase security measures to struggle against threats to the rights and freedoms of the citizens. This set of measures does not include any restriction to the basic rights and freedoms. These security measures do not constitute any kind of obstacle to the daily lives of Turkish citizens, or visitors traveling to our country and do not contain any limitations to international tourism and aviation traffic. There is not a safety concern for our guests in any of our destinations.

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The second TRAVELEXPO ANKARA Tourism Fair will be organised on behalf of ATIS Fairs between March 22-25, 2018 at ATO Congresium Expocenter on the area of 10.000 sqm.
Hestourex Congress & Exhibition is supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Ministry of Economy, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Development, Ministry of Youth and Sports of Turkey.
The state of emergency which has been declared in 21st July and will last for 3 months is a set of measures that will be applied within juridical boundaries and were made to allow the state to increase security measures to struggle against threats to the rights and freedoms of the citizens.
ACE of M.I.C.E. Exhibition is a 3 day event being held from 22nd February to the 24th February 2017 at the Istanbul Congress Center (ICC) in Istanbul, Turkey.
EMITT, East Mediterranean International Tourism and Travel Exhibition was held for the first time in 1997 at Tuyap Fuar Merkezi in Tepebasi under the name Voyager International Tourism and Vacation Exhibition.
Antalya Promotion and Tourism Development Inc. aims to promote one of the most significant tourism destinations in the world, Antalya and the surrounding region, with a comprehensive approach that also includes the Taurus Mountains and Burdur and Isparta in the Lakes Region.
In the 38th session of the World Heritage Committee Meeting held in the National Congress Centre in Doha, the Capital City of Qatar, Bursa and Cumalıkızık: The Birth of the Ottoman Empire and İzmir Pergamon and its Multi-Layered Cultural Landscape from Turkey was decided to be inscribed on UNESCO World Heritage list.
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