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This district is called Fener now, I think there should be an entry for Fener that redirects to here or vice versa.
- This article should definately be titled Fener, as it is the current name! Bertilvidet 21:43, 7 June 2006 (UTC)
Euphemisms need to go
"The Fener district was home to most of the Greeks who remained in the city" is hardly the end of it. The Patriarch certainly didn't relocate out of Hagia Sophia by choice; it's highly dubious the majority of the Greek population relocated for the wide streets and clean air, either. Otoh, the enforced ghettoization of the Greeks needs to be sourced reputably in English in order to avoid the normal edit-warring slugfests one typically encounters in the Balkan articles. Anyone have sth handy?
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