National Geographic : 1941 Sep
Once a Week, This Trail-worn Slope in the Mountains of Eastern Anatolia Becomes a Gathering Place Where Goods and News Are Exchanged Generations of market goers have worn deep ruts in the hillsides for miles around. Even in the densest fog one caneasily find his way tothe fairground. Some venders erect tents, others spread their wares out in the sun. All keep one nervous eye watching the heavens for signs offrequent and sudden showers (page 378).