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'Istanbul Unveiled" - Movie Screening & Reception

December 15, 2013 (04:00 PM - 06:00 PM)
Dear ATA-DC Members and Friends,

You are invited to a movie screening called 'İstanbul Unveiled" at the Turkish House.


It is a city of mystery, a city of wonders, and a city whose history is unlike any other. It is Istanbul. Once known as Byzantium, then renamed Constantinople, Istanbul, straddling the Bosphorous in northwestern Turkey, is one of history’s most significant cities, having served as the capital of four empires. It played an important role in the advancement of Christianity—until the Ottomans took over and transformed it into an Islamic entity under caliphate rule.The city is filled with outstanding examples of architecture inspired by its various rulers and religions. Roman, Byzantine, and Ottoman influences are readily apparent. Once a major stop along the Silk Road, its historic center is now a UNESCO World Heritage site. From Topkapi Palace to Hagia Sophia, and from the Chora Monastery to the Grand Bazaar, its storied past continues to captivate us.

Please click HERE to learn more about the movie.

Turkish House, 1526 18th Street NW, Washington DC
Time: 4 PM - 6 PM / Closest Metro Station: Dupont Circle
$5 for Members / $10 for Non-Members

There will be a catered-reception after the screening where Şerif Yenen, the director of the movie, will also join us.

Please RSVP at

We look forward to seeing you there!
ATA-DC Board of Directors