Day 25-B

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Display for this pot. The ethnographic section was the highlight for us, though, because it featured some guns and weaponry in very good condition. Robin, Morgan, and I forced Jarret out of just taking it easy for his health to come see the section, and we swear we saw his face glow and his eyes light up. We went to lunch at a very nice place and enjoyed time on its playground and teeter-totter before making our way to Amasya, where this week in 1925 (I think), Ataturk wrote and signed Turkey’s declaration of independence. Thus, there were flags and pictures of Ataturk everywhere. We checked into our hotel, which was separated

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