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A public iftar sofrasi (place to break the fast during Ramadan) in the neighborhood of Sultançiftliği. Since the 1950’s Istanbul has witnessed a massive migration from Anatolia, heading to the impressive gures of 400.000 new inhabitants per year during the 1990’s. Today, only 16,7% of the city’s population is born in Istanbul. For this reason, it is quite frequent to see Anatolian life replicas blooming around the megapolis in order to satisfy the population’s melancholy.