Tag: Troy Bridging Reality and Dream
Unlocking Homeric Epics with “Dus ve Gercek Troia”
The world’s most extensive exhibition, “Dus ve Gercek Troia” (Troy, The Reality and The Dream), offers an enriched understanding of Homeric epics, Iliad and Odyssey. These literary masterpieces, born from the artistic legacy of a civilization crafted three millennia ago, come to life within its pages. In this narrative, legendary figures like Fatih Sultan Mehmet and Atatürk converge in Troy, blurring the lines between reality and dream.
Living the 3,000-Year-Old Legend
Troy, both a historical reality and a mythic dream, provides a backdrop for the 3,000-year-old legend. Without the existence of Troy and the Trojan War, the timeless “Iliad and Odyssey” by Homer would not have manifested. This literary monument seamlessly weaves reality and dream, showcasing a profound creative aptitude. Amidst the Troy War, gods and goddesses of the pagan era engaged in acts of eatin