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Top 5 News for the Last Week

Top 5 News for the Last Week

A new spa and wellness center in Cappadocia

Cappadocia is one of the most interesting places in Turkey which attracts a lot of tourists with its unique ancient underground cities and other natural and historical sites.

It is a well-developed tourist center with numerous hotels. There is also a great range of entertainment services for tourists: walking tours, horse riding, hot-air balloon flights.

A new spa and wellness center will make this resort attractive for tourists who want to improve their health while having holidays in Turkey. The special feature of this center is its location. It will be situated in the caves in which mud and mineral baths will be installed. There will be also a heated swimming pool, cafes and shops which you can enjoy after having baths.

The Turkish Government is going to keep the campaign promises

The ruling party stated that the minimum wage will be increased up to 1300 TRY. It is worth reminding that now the minimum wage is 1000 TRY.

It is expected that the increase will be applied this year. However, some employers are against this measure. Their key argument is a negative effect of the salary increase because it will lead to extra costs.

A special committee will make a final decision on the minimum wage increase in December. This committee will include 15 members (five representatives from the Union of Employers, the Trade Union and the Government).

Alanya fortress will be included into the list of World Heritage of UNESCO

Alanya Kalesi fortress is probably the most famous architectural monument in Alanya. It was built in the thirteenth century as a fortification. Now it is an open air museum popular with tourists.

This fortress will be the 16th Turkey's monument in the list of World Heritage.

A Christmas market opens on December 13 in Alanya

Every year a Christmas market takes place in Alanya. It is an international event and it takes place for the sixth time. This year it opens at 10 a.m. on Sunday, December 13 in Alanya.

Turkish and international organizations participate in this market. It is also a great chance for creative people to present their works. However, the main purpose of the Christmas market is charity. All money received from sales will go to the charitable projects.

At this market, you can buy handmade presents for your family and friends. You can also learn the history and traditions of celebrating Christmas.

Landscaping and vegetation works are being held in Alanya

A lot of palm trees, flowers are being planted in the city. The length of these palm trees can reach two and a half meters. According to Nazmi Uyar, the Director of the Parks and Gardens Directorate, shrub type vegetation will be also planted.


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