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webOn 8th of March (International Women's Day) the players enjoyed a day off. Most of the participants, trainers and organizers embarked on the rest-day's activities but some of them preferred to stay in the hotel and relax before the round 7. The organizers of the EIWCC launched some special agenda for the participants. At 13.30 players gathered in the lobby of the hotel where the President of Gaziantep metropolitan municipality Dr. Asım Guzelbey and the President of TCF Ali Nihat Yazici congratulated them with the holiday and presented flowers.

The cultural program of the rest day included visiting of Zeugma Mosaic Museum, Medusa Museum, Cuisine Museum, Gazientep Castle and Coppersmiths' Bazaar. After the end of the cultural program all guests were invited to one of the best restaurants in Gazientep "Imamcagdas" where everyone could taste traditional Turkish baklava.

 Ali Nihat Yazici presents flowers to women
 The Deputy General Secretary of Gaziantep metropolitan municipality İbrahim Evrim,
 who loves the history of his region and
knows a lot about it, was a very special guide for players and guests in Zeugma Mosaic Museum,
 the biggest mosaic museum on the world.
 The famous "Gypsy Girl" is in Zeugma Mosaic Museum.
Some archaeologists think this may be the face of Alexander the Great
 Players, guests and organizers gathered for the general picture on the stairs of Zeugma Mosaic Museum
 People were going out from their shops impressed by so huge concentration of beautiful girls in one place.
 In Medusa Museum players enjoyed a beautiful exposition of antiques, jewelery, coins, bottles, vases etc.
 Valentina Gunina and Anastasiya Savina climb to the Gaziantep Castle.
The castle was built in the 6th century A.D.
 Lost in the Coppersmiths' Bazaar
 Traditional Turkish baklava for recharging after such a full of activity day

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