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In Akkuş, Ordu, one can observe the results of global warming on the ground.
In Şile, right beside Istanbul, a coal miner works as hard as he is able.
An old woman from Beyşehir, Konya, tends to the “tarhana” (a dried soup base made of yogurt, flour and herbs) left to dry for winter.
Among the places that those coming to Şanlıurfa—the city of the prophets—must absolutely visit is Balıklı Göl (“Fish Lake”).
Who knows what sorts of memories live on in the houses of Taraklı, Sakarya?
Harran, one of the oldest residential areas of Şanlıurfa, stands in defiance of the centuries.
A child enjoys his bicycle in front of a historical house in Taraklı, Sakarya.
The world-famous Hereke carpets of Kocaeli provide a living for many people.
The child learns about life by looking at his mother.