Sirkeci Train Station is hosting an antique festival, which opened on Nov. 17 and will continue until Nov. 26. Teos Antique is offering many rare items, including bellows, typewriters, old plaques, gramophones and copper objects, at the festival that features antique dealers from all over Turkey.
The station, currently in the spotlight worldwide after being featured in the new-release "Murder on the Orient Express," will host a journey to the past with its festival. The smells and souls of history can be found scattered throughout the more than 200 booths at the event. The station, once considered a vital link between Europe and Asia, provides the perfect setting for the West to meet the East. Various antiques, ranging from copper goods to old books and phones, will be on display during the nine-day festival.
Emphasizing the importance of introducing the past to younger generations, businessman Mehmet Teoman Ünligil, the founder of Teos Antique, said: "Keeping past memories alive and transferring them to the new generations is really important. Antiques can provide authentic reflection. When you touch old goods, you can feel the weight and pull of the objects' history."
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