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The European Squares and Their Stories Exhibition, comprising of urban photographs taken using drones, took place at the Beşiktaş Municipality’s Fulya Arts Center between the dates June 1-15, 2018.
The Istanbul “Dimitrie Cantemir” Romanian Cultural Center organized a photography festival titled “European Squares and Their Stories” on the occasion of the European Year of Cultural Heritage in cooperation with the Beşiktaş Municipality and the Ankara European Union Delegation. The exhibition started at the Fulya Arts Center on Friday, June 1, 2018 and attracted a great deal of attention from the citizens until the closing ceremony on June 15, 2018.
Based on a visual anthropology project, the exhibition brought together more than fifty instantaneous images taken by the Romanian artist Catalin D. Constantin from the air by using drones in various European city centers.
Catalin D. Constantin’s photographs were taken in Istanbul, Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Perast and Herceg Novi (Montenegro), Salonika (Greece), Aromen ve Vidin (Bulgaria), Ljubljana and Piran (Slovenia), Motovun, Split, Ston, Mali Ston and Porec (Crotia), Temeşvar, Braşov, Sibiu, Alba Iulia, Bucharest (Romania), Mikulov, Trebon and Slavonice (Czech Republic), Kosice (Slovakia), Kraków (Poland), Stralsund and Schwerin (Germany), Bourtange and Naarden, (Netherland), Salamanca and Valladolid (Spain), Almeida, Coimbra and Obidos (Portugal).
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