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People of village named ‘naked’ uncomfortable with misunderstandings

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People of a village named Çıplak [naked in Turkish] with 350 inhabitants in the Aegean province of Çanakkale are having a hard time due to its name being thought a nudist camp.

The villagers complain about the comments on social media and the local tourists who take pictures in front of the entrance sign while passing through the settlement.

People of village named ‘naked’ uncomfortable with misunderstandings

The headman of the village, which is located on the road of Troy Ruins and has a history of 5,000 years, stated that they are tired of being misunderstood due to its name.

“People who do not own property here are called naked,” said Ufuk Göçoğlu, the headman, explaining the origin of the village’s name.

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Source: Daily News

Original publication 1 September, 2020

Posted on NatCorn 2 weeks ago

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