A Tchankaya in the Ankara region, a photo exhibition of an Armenian family organized by the city authorities in the cultural center of modern art created anger among the Turkish nationalist organizations.
According to the Turkish website Memurlar.net telling through pictures the history of the Armenian family the exhibition presents the Armenian Genocide, which has angered some of the population of Tchankaya.
The opening of the exhibition was done by the deputy chairman of the party “Republican People” Sezkin Tanrekoulou, a former member of the same party Atila Kart, Professor Oran and former Turkish Minister of Culture and Tourism Ertogrul Gunay. Everensel The website writes that the exhibition represents the family of brothers and Tsolak Aram tells Dildilian genocide, exodus of Armenians and the life of the Armenian community from 1872 to 1973. The exhibition entitled “testimonies of the past defunct Armenian family “will continue until November 22, despite the anger of some Turkish nationalist circles.