Nomadic Turks of Anatolia: Sarikecili Yoruks

Nomadic Turks of Anatolia: Sarikecili Yoruks

MERSIN, TURKEY - MARCH 23: A yoruk woman feeds a newborn goat in Mersin, Turkey on March 23, 2020. Sarikecili Yoruks is one of the oldest pastoral nomadic groups in Anatolia. They preserve their way of life, culture and livelihood despite technological development. They provide their foods from butternuts and cheese made by their goats' milk. Yoruks, also Yuruks or Yorouks, not only make their bread but also produce agricultural product in tiny fields. ( Serkan Avcı - Anadolu Agency )

Nomadic Turks of Anatolia: Sarikecili Yoruks Fotoğraf: Serkan Avcı

MERSIN, TURKEY - MARCH 23: A newborn goat is seen in Mersin, Turkey on March 23, 2020. Sarikecili Yoruks is one of the oldest pastoral nomadic groups in Anatolia. They preserve their way of life, culture and livelihood despite technological development. They provide their foods from butternuts and cheese made by their goats' milk. Yoruks, also Yuruks or Yorouks, not only make their bread but also produce agricultural product in tiny fields. ( Serkan Avcı - Anadolu Agency )

Nomadic Turks of Anatolia: Sarikecili Yoruks Fotoğraf: Serkan Avcı

MERSIN, TURKEY - MARCH 23: A newborn goat is seen in Mersin, Turkey on March 23, 2020. Sarikecili Yoruks is one of the oldest pastoral nomadic groups in Anatolia. They preserve their way of life, culture and livelihood despite technological development. They provide their foods from butternuts and cheese made by their goats' milk. Yoruks, also Yuruks or Yorouks, not only make their bread but also produce agricultural product in tiny fields. ( Serkan Avcı - Anadolu Agency )

Nomadic Turks of Anatolia: Sarikecili Yoruks Fotoğraf: Serkan Avcı

MERSIN, TURKEY - MARCH 23: A yoruk woman is seen with goats in Mersin, Turkey on March 23, 2020. Sarikecili Yoruks is one of the oldest pastoral nomadic groups in Anatolia. They preserve their way of life, culture and livelihood despite technological development. They provide their foods from butternuts and cheese made by their goats' milk. Yoruks, also Yuruks or Yorouks, not only make their bread but also produce agricultural product in tiny fields. ( Serkan Avcı - Anadolu Agency )

Nomadic Turks of Anatolia: Sarikecili Yoruks Fotoğraf: Serkan Avcı

MERSIN, TURKEY - MARCH 23: A yoruk woman feeds a newborn goat in Mersin, Turkey on March 23, 2020. Sarikecili Yoruks is one of the oldest pastoral nomadic groups in Anatolia. They preserve their way of life, culture and livelihood despite technological development. They provide their foods from butternuts and cheese made by their goats' milk. Yoruks, also Yuruks or Yorouks, not only make their bread but also produce agricultural product in tiny fields. ( Serkan Avcı - Anadolu Agency )

Nomadic Turks of Anatolia: Sarikecili Yoruks Fotoğraf: Serkan Avcı

MERSIN, TURKEY - MARCH 23: A newborn goat is seen in Mersin, Turkey on March 23, 2020. Sarikecili Yoruks is one of the oldest pastoral nomadic groups in Anatolia. They preserve their way of life, culture and livelihood despite technological development. They provide their foods from butternuts and cheese made by their goats' milk. Yoruks, also Yuruks or Yorouks, not only make their bread but also produce agricultural product in tiny fields. ( Serkan Avcı - Anadolu Agency )

Nomadic Turks of Anatolia: Sarikecili Yoruks Fotoğraf: Serkan Avcı

MERSIN, TURKEY - MARCH 23: A goat is seen with a newborn goat in Mersin, Turkey on March 23, 2020. Sarikecili Yoruks is one of the oldest pastoral nomadic groups in Anatolia. They preserve their way of life, culture and livelihood despite technological development. They provide their foods from butternuts and cheese made by their goats' milk. Yoruks, also Yuruks or Yorouks, not only make their bread but also produce agricultural product in tiny fields. ( Serkan Avcı - Anadolu Agency )

Nomadic Turks of Anatolia: Sarikecili Yoruks Fotoğraf: Serkan Avcı

MERSIN, TURKEY - MARCH 23: A goat is seen in Mersin, Turkey on March 23, 2020. Sarikecili Yoruks is one of the oldest pastoral nomadic groups in Anatolia. They preserve their way of life, culture and livelihood despite technological development. They provide their foods from butternuts and cheese made by their goats' milk. Yoruks, also Yuruks or Yorouks, not only make their bread but also produce agricultural product in tiny fields. ( Serkan Avcı - Anadolu Agency )

Nomadic Turks of Anatolia: Sarikecili Yoruks Fotoğraf: Serkan Avcı

MERSIN, TURKEY - MARCH 23: A goat is seen with two newborn goats in Mersin, Turkey on March 23, 2020. Sarikecili Yoruks is one of the oldest pastoral nomadic groups in Anatolia. They preserve their way of life, culture and livelihood despite technological development. They provide their foods from butternuts and cheese made by their goats' milk. Yoruks, also Yuruks or Yorouks, not only make their bread but also produce agricultural product in tiny fields. ( Serkan Avcı - Anadolu Agency )

Nomadic Turks of Anatolia: Sarikecili Yoruks Fotoğraf: Serkan Avcı

MERSIN, TURKEY - MARCH 23: A yoruk woman feeds a newborn goat in Mersin, Turkey on March 23, 2020. Sarikecili Yoruks is one of the oldest pastoral nomadic groups in Anatolia. They preserve their way of life, culture and livelihood despite technological development. They provide their foods from butternuts and cheese made by their goats' milk. Yoruks, also Yuruks or Yorouks, not only make their bread but also produce agricultural product in tiny fields. ( Serkan Avcı - Anadolu Agency )

Nomadic Turks of Anatolia: Sarikecili Yoruks Fotoğraf: Serkan Avcı

MERSIN, TURKEY - MARCH 23: A yoruk woman feeds a newborn goat in Mersin, Turkey on March 23, 2020. Sarikecili Yoruks is one of the oldest pastoral nomadic groups in Anatolia. They preserve their way of life, culture and livelihood despite technological development. They provide their foods from butternuts and cheese made by their goats' milk. Yoruks, also Yuruks or Yorouks, not only make their bread but also produce agricultural product in tiny fields. ( Serkan Avcı - Anadolu Agency )

Nomadic Turks of Anatolia: Sarikecili Yoruks Fotoğraf: Serkan Avcı

MERSIN, TURKEY - MARCH 23: A newborn goat is seen in Mersin, Turkey on March 23, 2020. Sarikecili Yoruks is one of the oldest pastoral nomadic groups in Anatolia. They preserve their way of life, culture and livelihood despite technological development. They provide their foods from butternuts and cheese made by their goats' milk. Yoruks, also Yuruks or Yorouks, not only make their bread but also produce agricultural product in tiny fields. ( Serkan Avcı - Anadolu Agency )

Nomadic Turks of Anatolia: Sarikecili Yoruks Fotoğraf: Serkan Avcı

MERSIN, TURKEY - MARCH 23: A yoruk woman holds a newborn goat in Mersin, Turkey on March 23, 2020. Sarikecili Yoruks is one of the oldest pastoral nomadic groups in Anatolia. They preserve their way of life, culture and livelihood despite technological development. They provide their foods from butternuts and cheese made by their goats' milk. Yoruks, also Yuruks or Yorouks, not only make their bread but also produce agricultural product in tiny fields. ( Serkan Avcı - Anadolu Agency )

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