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On Monday, two exhibitions of 'Rum' (Greek) art opened, at the Sakip Sabanci Museum of Sabanci University, and the Topkapi Palace Museum, respectively.

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...(T)he exhibition, divided on a thematic and chronological basis, comprises approximately 100 works including portraits of sultans and high-ranking Ottoman officials, portraits of hierarchs from the collection of the Halki Theological School, church icons and views of ─░stanbul.
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