The “Yunus Emre” Turkish Cultural Centre in Constanta will be inaugurated today at 10.30am. The Turkish Cultural Centre in Bucharest will be inaugurated on the same afternoon, starting 4pm. Both events will be graced with the participation of the Turkish Minister of Culture and Tourism, H.E. Ertugrul Gunay.
The new “Yunus Emre” Turkish Cultural Centres will organize activities meant to promote Turkey – Turkish language, culture, art and history – and offer Turkish language classes for those keen to learn it. The centres will also host painting and photography exhibitions, film screenings, conferences and seminars and a wide range of scientific and cultural activities meant to strengthen ties between the two countries.
Thus, the photography exhibition titled “Pe Urmele lui Evlyia Celebi” (On the Traces of Evlyia Celebi) opens today at “Yunus Emre” Turkish Cultural Centre in Bucharest, while the Turkish Cultural Centre in Constanta is to host today the opening of the exhibition “Un Buchet din Balcani” (A Bunch of Flowers from the Balkans).
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