Ukrainian-language audio guides launched in three museums in Turkey – President’s Office.

Within a project initiated by Ukrainian President’s wife Olena Zelenska, Ukrainian-language audio guides were launched in three museums of Turkey, the president’s press service reports.

"As part of a working visit of President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky to the Republic of Turkey, First Lady Olena Zelenska took part in a solemn launch of the Ukrainian audio guide in the largest palace in Turkey - Dolmabahçe Palace," reads a report.

Ukrainian-language audio guides were also presented at two other well-known cultural sites in Turkey - the Ephesus Open-Air Museum and Goreme National Park in Cappadocia.

"Our countries - Ukraine and Turkey - are united not only by the Black Sea, but also by centuries of common history, common culture, friendship and strategic partnership. And today, by launching the Ukrainian-language audio guides in three of Turkey’s most famous museums at once, we are uniting our countries even more,” Olena Zelenska said.

She added that more than a million Ukrainians visit Turkey every year for tourism and learn about the majestic cultural heritage of this country, which should be available in the Ukrainian language.

"And we will continue to work to increase the number of Ukrainian audio guides in Turkey and in the world in general," Olena Zelenska stressed.


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