Turkish Cargo brought back the statue of the mother goddess "Kybele", which was smuggled abroad in the 1970s and dated to the 3rd century AD.
Turkish Cargo brought back the statue of the mother goddess "Kybele", which was smuggled abroad in the 1970s and dated to the 3rd century AD. Paying maximum attention to carrying historical artifacts, Turkish Cargo carried the statue of the mother goddess Kybele, believed to be the symbol and protector of fertility, to the land it belongs to, approximately 60 years later.
The Kybele Statue, which was brought to Istanbul from New York on December 12, with the great legal efforts of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism and the operation sponsored by Turkish Airlines, will be exhibited at the Istanbul Archeology Museum for a while.
In the past years; Bringing the historical artifacts from Topkapı and Dolmabahçe Palaces to Japan, returning the lost pieces of the Gypsy Girl Mosaic, and bringing more than 50 masterpieces exhibited in Paris Louvre Museum to Tehran, the Roman-era Heracles Tomb from Geneva Having successfully delivered to Istanbul, Turkish Cargo carried out these operations that required great importance and precision with its expert teams.
Turkish Cargo provides services to its customers in 127 countries around the world with its three sensitive cargo rooms for artworks and certified employees in this regard, and also constantly monitors every movement of sensitive and valuable cargo it carries with its storage facilities and cameras around it.
In addition to the wide flight network of the flag carrier Turkish Airlines, which includes more than 320 destinations, Turkish Cargo, which performs direct cargo flights to 95 destinations around the world, continues to carry the most valuable artifacts of different cultures in the most protected manner using high technology.