In Bayram Holiday  I and my familay went to Bozcaada we stayed there

               for 7 days . We stayed in a hotel. Many people stayed in this hotel. I think there were 

               250 people .  I think these people are from very different social status. I think it was very 


             because all people were equal .There were old cars, new cars, therefore                Itook this photo 

              a new car with an old one. Are you poor? It doesn't matter . I think all people are equal.

            We can live in peace together . In the hotel on special days  (sacrifice and bayram)

             people gathered ,enjoyed and had fun with similarities and differences .


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