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  • HAEMUS was shooting “Pearls Boat” documentary in co-production with Turkey

    on Sep 30, 18 • in Cultural heritage, Culture, Documentary, Heritage, News, Our Activity, Republic of Macedonia, Tourism, Turkey • with Comments Off on HAEMUS was shooting “Pearls Boat” documentary in co-production with Turkey

    We already announced that HAEMUS team will participate in the upcoming movie project “Pearls boat”, which brings together film makers, researchers and producers from Macedonia and Turkey to work together on this documentary. This documentary will show the historical and cultural heritage of the two countries and the two nations who share many common values. The fist shooting started in the mid of September in Skopje and Vasilka Dimitrovska, director of HAEMUS was one of the main roles in this documentary, as well as we are as a center for scientific research heritage consultants reviewing complete

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  • HAEMUS will take part in the upcoming “Pearls boat” documentary

    on Nov 16, 17 • in Anthropology, Archaeology, Cultural heritage, Culture, Documentary, Education, Geography, History, intangible heritage, News, Our Activity, Republic of Macedonia, Tourism, Tradition, Turkey • with Comments Off on HAEMUS will take part in the upcoming “Pearls boat” documentary

    The HAEMUS team will participate in the upcoming movie project “Pearls boat”, which brings together film makers, researchers and producers from Macedonia and Turkey to work together on this documentary. This documentary will show the historical and cultural heritage of the two countries and the two nations who share many common values. The project is the result of a long-time scientific and research work and will offer a fresh insight of history, including the monuments and charismatic historical characters, showing an emotional love side that is not so familiar. The stories begin in Turkey and

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  • In Photos: 8 Byzantine Empire Era Shipwrecks Excavated in Turkey

    on Jan 3, 15 • in Archaeology, Byzantine, Excavation, News, Turkey • with Comments Off on In Photos: 8 Byzantine Empire Era Shipwrecks Excavated in Turkey

    Archeologists in Turkey uncovered a large group of Byzantine-era shipwrecks in an ongoing excavation in Istanbul’s Yenikapi district. Researchers recovered six round ships and naval galleys in addition to fishing boats, coasters and one large merchant ship. “Never before has such a large number and types of well-preserved vessels been found at a single location,” study author Cemal Pulak, of the Institute of Nautical Archaeology at Texas A&M University, said in a press statement, adding, “Even more fascinating is the fact that we can now trace how ship construction and ship design changed over the course of

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  • Massive ancient underground city discovered in Turkey’s Nevşehir

    on Jan 1, 15 • in Archaeology, Bronze age, Excavation, News, Turkey • with Comments Off on Massive ancient underground city discovered in Turkey’s Nevşehir

    With 2014 soon coming to an end, potentially the year’s biggest archeological discovery of an underground city has come from Turkey’s Central Anatolian province of Nevşehir, which is known world-wide for its Fairy Chimneys rock formation. The city was discovered by means of Turkey’s Housing Development Administration’s (TOKİ) urban transformation project. Some 1,500 buildings were destructed located in and around the Nevşehir fortress, and the underground city was discovered when the earthmoving to construct new buildings had started. TOKİ Head Mehmet Ergün Turan said the area where the discovery was made was announced as an

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  • Unique Roman bath in Central Anatolian town

    on Dec 10, 14 • in Archaeology, Architecture, News, Roman period, Tourism, Turkey • with Comments Off on Unique Roman bath in Central Anatolian town

    An ancient bath in the Central Anatolian province of Yozgat’s Sarıkaya district is one of the rare early Roman-era artifacts that still survive. The bath, called Basilica Therma, was a thermal center in the Roman era. Work has continued to open the bath to tourism. Yozgat Governor Abdulkadir Yazıcı said the bath is a significant historical artifact for Turkey. “This place was also a center from where the eastern part of the empire was administered. Roman soldiers used this place to take a rest before setting sail,” Yazıcı said. He said the figure of a

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  • Expo Heritage Turkey 2015

    on Oct 13, 14 • in Archaeology, Conference, Conservation, Cultural heritage, Exhibition, News, Our Activity, Turkey • with Comments Off on Expo Heritage Turkey 2015

    HAEMUS signed an agreement and became official partner for Expo Heritage Turkey 2015 HERITAGE 2015 “Restoration, Archeology and Museum Technologies” Trade Fair and Conferences will be held between 5 – 7 February 2015 at the Istanbul Lutfi Kıtrdar Convention & exhibition Center aiming to bring together the institutions, universities, governmental bodies, associations with the companies and suppliers from the sector which are working to conserve, preserve and transfer the historic and artistic assets of our country to future. Organization’s mission is; to create an agenda throughout Turkey, to create a sectoral trade mark to be

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