I was there two days in 1992 - over Thanksgiving. No candy in the street. Few tourists. It was cold. I stayed in a pansiyon with casino workers. They were from the east, but most had worked in Italy, Germany, Switzerland. The owner played a tape by Yeni Turkleri - there was a chilling Kırmızı Gül (red rose, the adjective is cognate with "crimson")I wonder if the layers really are perfectly square? Looks like it, but hard to be sure near the bottom.
If you will notice, row "11" does not have 11 candies. It has fewer bigger pieces. Only one kid noticed, or at least only 1 kid piped up about it.I didn't really take this picture. Though I pretend I did because it makes it more interesting for the kiddies. It's from the "Mathematical World" disk.
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