APİKAM will organize commemoration events for the 98th anniversary of the Treaty of Lausanne, which is accepted as the title deed of the Republic of Turkey. The “Full Independence and Lausanne” exhibition will open at APİKAM on 28 July at 17.30. The talk of the historian and writer Sinan Meydan will start at 18.00 on the same day at APİKAM.
İzmir Metropolitan Municipality Ahmet Piriştina City Archive and Museum (APİKAM), which sheds light on the history and culture of the city, will organize an interview and exhibition on the 98th anniversary of the Treaty of Lausanne, which is accepted as the title deed of the Republic of Turkey.
In the exhibition titled “Full Independence and Lausanne”, the historical process of the Treaty of Lausanne, which is the only peace treaty signed after the First World War and still in effect, will be shared with the visitors.
The exhibition will be opened in the garden of APİKAM at 17.30. At 18.00, the same garden will host the "City Talks", which has not been held for a while due to the global epidemic restrictions, and the talk of Historian and Writer Sinan Meydan. In the conversation, the importance of the treaty for the ideal of full independence and before and after the treaty will be discussed.