In , the Treaty of Lausanne established the right to maintain Islamic courts—an attempt to protect minority communities in each nation. In leaving their families and grappling with adjusting to foreign cultures, the men pay a price, too. Determined to change that, Greek photographer and filmmaker Myrto Papadopoulos has traveled each month for over a year to remote areas of Thracia, an eight-hour drive from her hometown of Athens—though she now jokes that her car has become her home. Photograph by Myrto Papadopoulos. She is venturing out to witness the isolated Greek Pomak communities, scattered throughout the villages of Myki, Kotyli, and Dimario, or the western city of Xanthi, along the southern slopes of the Rhodope Mountains. This diversity is a consequence of history, border creation, and migration.
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