Turkish potter Galip Körükçü (who owns the store upstairs, Chez Galip) had to bid farewell to a very dear friend because she was moving away from Avanos. Because the separation was so burdensome, his friend cut a lock of her hair for him to keep as a memento. And so, every woman who heard this sad story came by his shop and offered him a lock of her hair as well. Approximately 38 years later and the museum has amassed quite the collection of different colored locks of hair, all donated to a man who was once very sad to part ways with a dear friend.
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