Organized by Turkey's Ministry of Youth and Sports, the Young Explorer Train Project will kick off its second journey with 118 young female university students and graduates to introduce the historical and natural beauties of countries once part of the Ottoman Empire to young people. The journey will set off on Sept. 5 from the Edirne train station and return to the city on Sept. 17. The train will visit Bucharest Romania; Budapest, Hungary, Vienna, Austria Zagreb, Croatia; Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina Belgrade, Serbia; Skopje, Macedonia; Pristina Kosovo and Thessaloniki, Greece. The first leg of the project was executed with 118 male univer- sity students and graduates on September 3. The project aims to raise historical awareness, create a social environment for youngsters during the journey and encourage reading books through competitions.