Architizer article: The Istanbul Protests And The Future Of Public Space…Walking at Marmaray photos..Istanbul news roundup…


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When Marmaray breaks down people begin to walk under the Bosphorus. Authorities explain that these breakdowns are either due to power problems or citizens’ mishandling of the emergency breaks…

Photo: #marmaray  bugün yine bozulmuş, insanlar yine tüneli yürüyerek geçmişler ama geleneksel medyada şu ana kadar haber yok. bozulması değil, bozulmaması haber değeri taşıyor diye düşünüyorlar sanırım.


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