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Turkish and Italian experts have unearthed a pagan cemetery in the Fatih district of Istanbul. The cemetery, which is believed to be 1,700 years old, was found during the restoration of Şeyh Süleyman Mosque located in the Fatih Zeyrek, daily Habertürk reported on May 30.
The exhibition “Yıldız Palace Photography Collection,” which features the Ottoman State’s political, social, cultural and economic relations with the world through the photography collection of Ottoman Sultan Abdul Hamid II, opened in France on May 29.

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