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The Surreal British Clone Towns Taking Over the Turkish Coast

"Selfridgez" in Hisaronu, Turkey. (Photo: Courtesy Matthew Hopkinson) Along a road that snakes down towards the sea in the ancient Turkish province of Mugla is the village of Kayakoy. Here, women sit on stools rolling dough for the flatbread snack, gozleme, and vacationers sip dark coffee at outdoor tables. Part of Kayakoy is known as the “ghost village” because its Greek population, fearing persecution, fled after World War I.
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