Mohamed el-Idrisi, from Morocco, pointed out that he met the Institute at the cultural center in Rabat. “To meet Yunus Emre Institute influenced my life. My life changed when I learned to speak Turkish. My perspective on life became enriched. My lifestyle changed as well.” he said.
The last destination for the students was Hamamönü, where Ankara’s historical heritage is amalgamated with cultural and artistic activities. Here, the students had a chance to examine the architectural styles that dominated the 19th century and chat with local business people and do shopping.