Istanbul Governor Vasip Sahin toured exhibition consisting of photographs taken by Turkish photographer Mustafa Çatıkçi, who was martyred during coup initiative of Fatwa Terrorist Organization (Feö) on 15 July. Sahin, culture and art by International Association of Culture and Arts (UKSD) With support of Ministry of Tourism, parliamentary national palaces visited exhibition opened at Dolmabahçe Art Gallery and examined photographs. Speaking here, Sahin, who was martyred for sake of his homeland, visited exhibition of photographs of Canan, said he fulfilled debt of loyalty. Governor Sahin, who thanked those who contributed to formation of exhibition, noted:
"I wish mercy to deceased, late Mustafa Canan bror. I had se emotions, I saw that a man of heart who could die for his homeland, reflected his homeland with love, enthusiasm and faith in his objective. We have seen aspects of each photograph that really both affect both depth of emotion and message of future. I advise all residents of Istanbul to visit this love, and to all our citizens who come to Constantinople. With se visits, y have shown a loyalty to our city and have seen professional art execution, so y will be profitable in a few ways. " After visiting exhibition, Governor Sahin wrote his thoughts and feelings into scrapbook. about exhibition The exhibition, a photograph artist and journalist Mustafa Cançın, who was martyred in Çengelköy during coup initiative of Fatwa Terrorist Organization (Feö), carries historical, aestic and cultural value of artifacts and venues in different regions of Turkey Photos. A renowned name in field of art history and architectural photography, Caner has taken tens of thousands of photographs, documenting great mosques in various seasons, from year 2000 to provinces of Turkey. By opening a website with its own name, this photo archive was published as a book titled "Turkey's Great Mosques", an album consisting of approximately one thousand squares of Mustafa canakler. The exhibition can be visited by October 7th.