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Ufuk Sarisen
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"Now hold on to your hat: Ilkan and Ozlem travelled from İstanbul to Belgrade on motorcycle! They covered a two-way distance of 2000 kilometers. Their wedding also reflected this spirit. What a day!"

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"Now hold on to your hat: Ilkan and Ozlem travelled from İstanbul to Belgrade on motorcycle! They covered a two-way distance of 2000 kilometers. Their wedding also reflected this spirit. What a day!"

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"Now hold on to your hat: Ilkan and Ozlem travelled from İstanbul to Belgrade on motorcycle! They covered a two-way distance of 2000 kilometers. Their wedding also reflected this spirit. What a day!"

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"Now hold on to your hat: Ilkan and Ozlem travelled from İstanbul to Belgrade on motorcycle! They covered a two-way distance of 2000 kilometers. Their wedding also reflected this spirit. What a day!"

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"Now hold on to your hat: Ilkan and Ozlem travelled from İstanbul to Belgrade on motorcycle! They covered a two-way distance of 2000 kilometers. Their wedding also reflected this spirit. What a day!"

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Kayaköy was a Greek village named Levissi with a population of 15,000 during the late Ottoman era. Greeks left the village in 1923 because of the population exchange and moved to Greece. Turks living in the vicinity of Thessaloniki also moved here. But they couldn’t attune here, left the village and settled close by Manisa, so the village became totally empty. Most of the houses were damaged due to the earthquake in 1957. Today Kayaköy is like a desolate outdoor museum with 3500 old houses, churches and chapels.
The village and its story have always influenced me deeply. Discovery of the place by an Australian couple also influenced me, deeper!

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Kayaköy was a Greek village named Levissi with a population of 15,000 during the late Ottoman era. Greeks left the village in 1923 because of the population exchange and moved to Greece. Turks living in the vicinity of Thessaloniki also moved here. But they couldn’t attune here, left the village and settled close by Manisa, so the village became totally empty. Most of the houses were damaged due to the earthquake in 1957. Today Kayaköy is like a desolate outdoor museum with 3500 old houses, churches and chapels.
The village and its story have always influenced me deeply. Discovery of the place by an Australian couple also influenced me, deeper!

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