Photographer's Note

strolling in traditional village of Varosi i saw a married couple to taking pictures in various points of interest.One of them was this building that the photographer put to the couple to pose shots.
As passing by from the building and saw the couple in this charmy pose i decided to shot them because of the unique of the moment.

You can see here a larger,sharper and more detailed version of the photo.

The Varosi was one of three Christian neighborhoods, which were created and developed during the Ottoman rule in the then Turkish-Edessa.I word in the form Varosi or Varosha, passed during the Ottoman Empire in many existing member, the territories of which then located within the administrative boundaries of the Ottoman Empire (Serbia, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece etc)
The word passed into Varosi then conquered territories from the Turkish word varos (= suburb), which had received the Turks the Hungarians. In Hungarian the word means varos city. The root of var- var-Os word is Persian and means fortress, castle, tower.
Generally means Varosi district, which was established Christians in Turkish occupied cities of the then Ottoman Empire.
In Edessa, the Varosi district occupies the eastern part of the city. From this district still preserved in the old form, only the Northeast, almost to the falls because the southeastern part of the Germans had set fire on September 12, 1944.

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