Turkish Reforms Could Allow Orthodox Seminary to Reopen NPR's Ivan Watson reports on efforts to reopen an ancient Greek Orthodox seminary on a Turkish island in the Marmara Sea. The Turkish government shut the seminary down 30 years ago, but its caretakers are hoping new reforms will allow them to revive the institution.
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Turkish Reforms Could Allow Orthodox Seminary to Reopen

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Turkish Reforms Could Allow Orthodox Seminary to Reopen

Turkish Reforms Could Allow Orthodox Seminary to Reopen

Turkish Reforms Could Allow Orthodox Seminary to Reopen

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NPR's Ivan Watson reports on efforts to reopen an ancient Greek Orthodox seminary on a Turkish island in the Marmara Sea. The Turkish government shut the seminary down 30 years ago, but its caretakers are hoping new reforms will allow them to revive the institution.