The exhibition “Stories of Anatolian Women”, which was prepared by the Alanya Municipality within the frames of the 800th Anniversary of Conquest specifically for March 8th International Women’s Day and was open to visitors between March 8-13th, attracted great attention.
The exhibition “Stories of Anatolian Women”, specially prepared by the Alanya Municipality for March 8th International Women’s Day, saw great success. The exhibition, which the Alanya Municipality has opened this year for March 8th was prepared within the frames of the 800th Anniversary of Conquest of Alanya. The exhibition, which was opened by the Directorate of Cultural and Social Affairs in Kızılkule, hosted approximately 3 thousand visitors between March 8-13th. Sabiha Tansuğ, who owns a rich collection in the field of “Clothing Culture in Anatolia”, has collected and compiled works from every inch of Anatolia and gave information about the lives of Anatolian women.
THE PORTRAIT OF ANATOLIAN WOMEN
Sabiha Tansuğ, bringing together the most valuable pieces of the exhibition titled “Stories of Anatolian Women”, opened in the historical Kızılkule, served Turkish culture with many exhibitions she organized from Japan to Europe and at home and abroad with her rich collection of clothes, headdresses, Hotoz and different accessories. In addition, Sabiha Tansuğ is an important name who succeeded in making history as the first and only person from the people in the world whose pictures were printed on the money, by printing her photograph with the Ankara Bridal Headdress on the 50 kuruş in use between 1971-1989.