A short film, forming part of a series of shorts looking at Turkey. This film takes in Istanbul; a city divided by the Bosphorus river and the effect this has on the culture and history of Turkey, Europe and Asia.

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A short film, forming part of a series of shorts looking at Turkey. This film takes in Istanbul; a city divided by the Bosphorus river and the effect this has on the culture and history of Turkey, Europe and Asia.

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Aspects de la Truquie Hier et Aujourd'hui  »

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