A Total solar eclipse took place in Turkey's Mediterranean province of Antalya Wednesday afternoon, local media reported.
The total solar eclipse occurred at 1:54 p.m. local time (1154 GMT) in Antalya and lasted till 2:09 p.m.(1209 GMT).
The sky became darker as the moon covered the face of the sun completely. Viewers including Turks and foreign tourists witnessed the total eclipse.
A total solar eclipse occurs somewhere on earth on an average of once every 18 months. The next total solar eclipse to be seen in Turkey is expected to take place 54 years later.