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A book festival in Istanbul: From Cinetime to Cinime, from Istanbul to Antalya

In the last decade, Istanbul has become the biggest city in the world, and it is one of the most beautiful cities in the Middle East.

But that is not the whole story.

Istanbul is also one of those places that is very diverse and multicultural.

The city’s ethnic and religious groups have been divided, with Turks and Armenians living in different parts of the city.

There are also many Christians, Christians from Armenia, Assyrians, and Syriacs, who live in different areas of the capital.

Istanbul has many people who have never lived anywhere else.

But because of its diverse character, it has become one of its most important cultural centers.

One of the best-known artists in the country, Cinim Mehmet, has worked in the city for almost 20 years, having lived there from 1992 to 2003.

He was born in the coastal town of Konya, but now lives in the Ottoman capital.

He is best known for his work of popular Turkish painter Ishan Gevin, who is known for creating many popular paintings.

Ishan is one one of many artists who have been based in Istanbul for many years.

In the 20th century, he lived in Istanbul and then in Konyaburt, the Armenian quarter of Istanbul.

The Turkish government has protected his life and freedom since then.

One day he was invited by the Turkish authorities to come to Istanbul.

He went there for the first time in 1982.

The first time I visited him was in 1986.

I remember, he had a canvas of Ishan, and I was in the house, and he had his canvas with him.

He said, “What do you think of the work of Isan Gevan?”

I said, you know, he’s a good painter, but I don’t like his painting of the Armenian woman in the corner of the window.

He looked at me and said, no, I don, too.

He had a big canvas of the woman.

I said I didn’t understand.

He says, “No, I like your painting of this.

You know, you’re very beautiful.

The woman in this painting looks beautiful, doesn’t she?

You’ve painted it with her face.”

The next day, he showed me the same picture.

I looked at the woman and said I don