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"Japanese Breeze in Ottoman Palace" titled exhibition to illuminate Ottoman-Japanese relations will take start on February 22 at the Dolmabahce Art Gallery in Istanbul.
According to a statement released from Turkish Parliament's Palaces Communication Coordination, as National Palaces (Milli Saraylar) host many artifacts from the Abdulhamid II era, it will bring out the hidden parts of culture history. Ottoman-Japanese relations began during the Abdulhamid II era.
The exhibition will set up with the cooperation of researchers from National Palaces and Japan experts from Bogazici University.
The exhibition will be open till March 22.
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