Turkey: Few Traces of Armenian Past To Be Found a Century Later

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Many of the original Armenian homes in the historic Kale district of Muş have been demolished for urban improvements.

For Armenians, the towns of Muş and Sason in southeastern Turkey, not far to the west of Lake Van, hold particular historical significance. But today, 100 years after the massacre of 1915, few ethnic Armenians still remain there

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Anahit Hayrapetyan is a freelance photojournalist based in Berlin and Yerevan.

Turkey: Few Traces of Armenian Past To Be Found a Century Later

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