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Discover Anatolia

ABOUT US

Discover Anatolia is a non-profit organization that works in partnership with cultural, scientific, educational and other institutions to promote and maintain the richness of Anatolian culture in Turkey. The platform is dedicated to increasing awareness of Anatolia's unique arts, customs, traditions and destinations among the audiences of the world scientific and cultural communities. 

INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON MEDICINAL & AROMATIC PLANTS 

16-17 NOVEMBER 2021

ARAPGIR 

PHOTO GALLERY

Participant Countries: Turkey, Pakistan, Romania, TRNC, Azerbaijan, Ukraine, Brazil, USA, Iran, Canada, Afghanistan, Iraq, India, United Kingdom, Hungary, Vietnam, Moldova

International MALATYA
Gastronomy
Culture and Tourism
Conference
September 16-17-18, 2022
Malatya, Turkey

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INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON COFFEE & COCOA

3-5 December 2021

Yeşilyurt Munıcıpalıty

MALATYA

PHOTO GALLERY

 

Participant Countries Turkey, Pelastine, India, Indonesia, United Kingdom, Vietnam, Mexico, Colombia, Nigeria, China, Morocco, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Yemen, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, TRNC, Serbia, Brazil, Albania

Events & Programs

Don't miss out on the must-attend event of the year 

 

 

Video Conferencing Etiquette

  1. Mute yourself when not speaking.

  2. Be on time.

  3. Ensure your technology works correctly.

  4. Use technology to fully engage remote participants.

  5. Choose the proper software and hardware.

  6. Wear work-appropriate clothing.

  7. Frame the camera correctly.

  8. Have the right light.

  9. Look into the camera.

  10. Pay attention.

GALLERY

Most Popular of Anatolian Culture

In Depth

Hospitality, Sports, Gastronomy, Views, Nature, Museums, Festivs, Art, Cultural Events, Traces of the Past Kingdoms

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CONFERENCES

2022 Fall

LEGUMES WORKSHOP

WHEAT CONGRESS

FISH AND FISHERY CONGRESS

WALNUT CONGRESS

PEANUT CONGRESS

HAZELNUT CONGRESS-GIRESUN

SPICE CONGRESS

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WORKSHOPS

2022 WORKSHOPS

GLASS CONGRESS

WASTE AND REFUSE WORK