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Koma Sê Bıra auf der İstiklal Caddesi (Unabhängigkeitsstraße), Istanbul


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Bei meinem Besuch in Istanbul Anfang Mai dieses Jahres kam ich in Kontakt mit Koma Sê Bıra, einer kurdischen Gruppe bestehend aus drei Brüdern, die in der zentralen İstiklal Caddesi (Unabhängigkeitsstraße) in Istanbul spielten und sich dabei der Aufmerksamkeit kurdischer Zuhörer sowie türkischer Anwohner und Geschäftsleute sicher sein konnten:

 

 

In meinem noch neuen Blog habe ich einige Informationen dazu aufgeschrieben sowie noch ein paar Bilder hinzugefügt: Koma Sê Bıra on İstiklal Caddesi, Istanbul | Norbert Steinkamp.

 

Vielen Dank für's Hinschauen, Grüße,

Norbert

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