Mustafa Armağan reveals the keys of the cities with human faces. İnsan Yüzlü Şehirler (Cities with Human Faces) sluggishly stretches from the glittering and profound images of the holy cities towards the comics of earthly cities and takes you to a atlas-colored journey without distinction of West and East, South and North. These are the cities, in which the warmth of human breaths are felt and the past generations continue to pulse. Bursa, Istanbul, Paris, St Petersburg, Damascus, Medina, Bishkek, Las Vegas… And so on… Besides, what difference does it make: Doesn’t each city represent a part of us? Or aren’t those mirrors showing one of our faces? If the old faces seem more pleasant and refreshing to us, just like our old photographs, doesn’t this mean we were better looking back then? And who do you think our current photographs represent? Someone else? Us for sure. Our faces of today… If so, are our faces in fact that ugly?