On September 6-7, Istanbul will host the Days of Ukrainian Culture with the support and on the initiative of the Culture Department of the City Administration, AA agency reports.
The main purpose of this event, which has become traditional in Turkey, is to further strengthen the Turkish-Ukrainian relations and contribute to the culture of both countries.
Cities of Ukraine photo exhibition showing all the historical and cultural amenities of Odesa and Lviv will be held on the first day. A concert of famous singers from Odesa, Natalia Denise and Natalia Papazoglou, performing the Gagauz songs, as well as a performance of Kdynzha dance group will be staged there.
On the second day, Istanbul will enjoy the sounds of Carpathian folklore by Burdon folk band from Lviv.
In June of this year, the Days of Ukrainian Culture were held in the Turkish city of Dalaman (Mugla Province), with the support of the Embassy of Ukraine and the General Consul of Ukraine in the Republic.
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