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    Welcome to the
    HOMELAND OF
    NATURAL
    STONES

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Akdağ Onyx - Cross Cut
(White Onyx)

Turkey is located in one of the oldest marble production geography experiencing 4000 years natural stone production background starting at Marmara Island. With over 80 types and 400 different colors and patterns, Turkey has one of the world’s largest natural stone reserves, which is considered to be excellent quality.

Turkish Stones is being promoted by the Istanbul Mineral Exporters’ Association (İMİB), a professional non-profit association that has overseen all export activities in Turkey’s minerals sector since 1976. Turkish Stones represents more than 5.000 Turkish Natural Stone companies that are member of IMIB.

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Discover Turkey's Marble Quarries

More than 30% of the world's marble reserves are in Turkey. Explore Turkey's marble quarry potential.

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APPLE BAGDAT AVENUE
Designed by Foster + Partners and located on the bustling Bagdat Avenue in Istanbul, Apple Bagdat Avenue seeks to create a green oasis of creativity in the heart of the city. One of the most iconic and lively shopping destinations in Istanbul, the tree-lined avenue attracts visitors from all over the world and is likened… View Article
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ZONGULDAK CAVES VISITOR CENTER
Zonguldak has geography with a wide spectrum in terms of the number of caves discovered and the cave features that emerged during the formative phases of the caves. The network of caves spread throughout the town offers a variety of travel options for local and foreign tourists, explorers, cave sportsmen. Zonguldak Caves Visitor Center aims to make this important potential accessible and visible.
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GALATA APARTMENT
Located in Pera, one of the most historic areas of the city, Galata Apartment is designed by WE’re. It is located at the end of Serdar-ı Ekrem street, which is crossing to the Galata Tower. This street, which has experienced functional and structural transformation with tourism in recent years, is an area with predominantly 1st degree historical buildings.