Project Xpat: How It Sounds To Live In Turkey

Pomegranate juicer in a Turkish market. i i

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Pomegranate juicer in a Turkish market.

Pomegranate juicer in a Turkish market.

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Ian Volpi

Ian Volpi

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Click to hear Ian's sounds.

Ian Volpi, 25, is from Atlanta, Ga. He teaches English at the English Life school in Denizli, Turkey.

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Produced by Art Silverman

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