Beyond Gezi: remembering Ankara’s silent protests in photos

In a precursor to Gezi, a couple kisses outside of Kurtulus subway station on May 25, 2013, protesting warning signs seen in the subway asking couples to behave ‘according moral rules’. Source: all photos Piero Castellano.

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Photojournalist and writer, traveler, biker, based in Genoa, Italy.

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Piero Castellano

Piero Castellano

Photojournalist and writer, traveler, biker, based in Genoa, Italy.

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