Turkey has reopened most public places after coronavirus lockdown, restaurants and cafes in addition to many other public areas, as the government further eased coronavirus restrictions on Monday 1/6.
Many other facilities - including parks, beaches, swimming pools, gyms, libraries and museums - reopened across the country.
Day-care centres and kindergartens also reopened, but restrictions on the movements of those aged over 65 and under 18 will continue.
Bars and nightclubs have yet to open, while restaurants and cafes - open for the first time since March 16 - must space tables apart and diners must wear masks when they are not eating.
Shopping malls, barbershops and hair salons were allowed to reopen across Turkey early in May after a nearly two-month closure.
Domestic flights also resumed between a limited numbers of cities as an intercity travel ban was lifted, with national carrier Turkish Airlines taking its first trip since early April.
International flights remain suspended until June 10.