Night and NYSA

Muhammed Diler

Muhammed Diler

Muhammed Diler

Muhammed Diler

He was born in Ağrı Patnos in 1994. He graduated from Gazi University, Faculty of Fine Arts, Department of Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage in 2018. Since 2019, he has been continuing his master's degree in Iğdır University Archeology Department. He has been participating in the excavations carried out in NYSA Ancient City for 4 years. He started taking photography in 2010. Awards: 2018 Ankara Development Agency Photo Contest 2nd Prize, 2020 Unesco Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads Finalist, 2020 TFSF Inter-Association Federation Cup Honorable Mention Award.

With the history of the universe for billions of years, the sky is blended with the ruins of NYSA Ancient City, which dates back thousands of years to the present day, every night at NYSA.

While the night and NYSA mingle, the stories that happened come to life one by one in the moonlight. Are the nymphs of the NYSA mountain, to which Hermes entrusted the baby Dionysus in mythology  the stars in the sky every night?

At the night while the stadium, theater, library, assembly, agoras, baths and streets of the double-collared city, built on the valley, centuries-old olive trees turned into from Nysia one by one.

Assoc. Dr. Serdar Hakan Öztaner,

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