Children play in the cobblestone streets of a small village called Sille, just outside of Konya, Turkey. Sille was one of the few villages where the Cappadocian Greek language was spoken up until 1922, and it was inhabited by Greeks who coexisted peacefully with the nearby Turks of Konya for more than 800 years.

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