Turkish television show damages archaeological site

Published on March 14th, 2012 | by Admin


A complaint has been filed against the producers of the hit Turkish TV show Muhte?em Yüzy?l after they damaged an ancient historical site during filming.

Producers are facing allegations for filming without proper permits and damaging the historical site of Yar?mburgaz Cave. During film, the crew allegedly lit fires inside the cave and dug out a pool that was needed for the script.

A formal permit was needed to shoot at historical sites but the show’s producers bypassed this, according to an official.

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Story: Hürriyet | Photo: Muhte?em Yüzy?l

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