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The Guardian
Mon, 11 Jan 2016 05:57:49 -0800

The grand bazaar in the Turkish city is one of the world's oldest covered markets. More than 250,000 people a day are thought to visit its 3,000-plus stalls. Despite an increase in shopping malls in Turkey, it was listed as the world's most visited ...

EurasiaNet

EurasiaNet
Fri, 15 May 2015 10:26:15 -0700

Turkey's Ottomania phenomenon includes the recent erection of a selfie-taking statue of an Ottoman prince and the resurgence of Ottoman-style clothing for weddings and bachelorette parties. (Photos: Amasya Police Department; Alexander Christie-Miller).

Hurriyet Daily News

Hurriyet Daily News
Fri, 17 Jan 2014 14:11:23 -0800

Two running attendants, Grand Vizier, Superintendent of the Ushers, Chief of the halberdier corps painted by Arif Mehmed Paşa. Ottoman historiography has a history of illustrating books, not the chronicles but rather volumes that were dedicated to ...

OZY

OZY
Thu, 19 Dec 2013 00:15:24 -0800

Plans are even in the works to build a theme park in Istanbul where people can dress up in 15th-century Ottoman clothing and watch swordfights. Illustration of Sultan Suleiman sitting down in cream colored room. SHARE THIS IMAGE. The Republic of Turkey ...

BBC News

BBC News
Thu, 30 Dec 2010 21:09:43 -0800

Every morning Yasemin Derbaz puts on the piece of cloth that marks her out as an observant Muslim. Millions of other Turkish women do the same: it is estimated that at least 60% cover their heads. Now, for the first time, almost all universities across ...
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