In Ancient Greece, the earth was divided into three separate pieces of land; Europe, Asia, and Africa. The boundaries were water ways. For instance, the Mediterranean Sea was the boundary between Africa and Europe; the Nile was the boundary between Africa and Asia. While the boundaries which separate Africa from Europe and Asia were clear, there was no certain boundary between Europe and Asia. That is why; thenceforth many inclusion and exclusion ways have been produced to describe the placement of Europe, Asia and Africa in the modern world. From this point of view, we embrace the idea that wider Eurasia comprised of Europe, Asia and Africa.
01 - 02 Temmuz 2017 CESRAN İstanbul