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Arab Style Architecture in Mardin, Southeastern Turkey
 
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http://www.TravelsWithSheila.com FYI: I have been told that the architecture is Artuk! Small Mardin in Southeastern Turkey had to be one of Travels With Sheila's favorite destinations. A hodgepodge of architecture, markets and people built in yellow limestone on top of a hill with citadels, hamams, mosques from all periods of history, and only one full day to explore. Sometimes life just isn't fair. To do justice, we skipped..."gasp"... a chance to visit the important Saffron Monastery and began climbing the steep hill under the hot sun. No wimps we and former marathoners can certainly walk 1.2 miles without any sweat (scratch "sweat") but almost passed out. What looked so easy became very hard under the unrelenting sun, heat and steep uphill until the nicest residents took pity on us and offered a ride to the top. Shukran, shukran, shukran and a 1,000 blessings from Allah on them! Mardin. What a place...and so close to Syria!
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Ottoman Architect Mimar Sinan: The Master of Geometry | Architecture | Showcase
 
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In honour of his craft, chided Ottoman architect and civil engineer designed his tomb in the shape of a compass and then decorated the walls with 6-fold stars. Mimar Sinan Turbesi was the mastermind behind over 300 classical Ottoman structures. Showcase looks into some of the finest work produced by this Master of Geometry.
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European Journal | Turkey: The Mosque Architect
 
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Zeynep Fadillioglu is one of Turkey's best known designers and architects. She has designed the interiors of countless homes and hotels around the globe but her most important assignment was at home in Istanbul where she became the first woman in the Islamic world to design a mosque. Her goal was to create a modern look that would combine with Islamic culture -- and she succeeded. Although her design has been criticized as a high society mosque by some traditionalists,it has been accepted by the wider public.
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Traditional Turkish Houses
 
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Yalin Mimarlik completes Museum of Troy in Turkey
 
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Yalin Mimarlik has completed a weathering-steel-clad archaeological museum in northwest Turkey, which is dedicated to the history of the city of Troy. Located 800 metres from the site of the ancient city, the orange-coloured museum was designed by Turkish architecture studio Yalin Mimarlik to resemble an "excavated artefact". It takes the form of a cube clad in weathering steel called Corten, which extends down below the ground into a vast subterranean level. Read more on Dezeen: https://www.dezeen.com/?p=1313652 WATCH NEXT: Oppenheim Architecture designs Swiss water-treatment plant to resemble a natural rock - https://youtu.be/hTbz9yCtkNI Subscribe to our YouTube channel for the latest architecture and design movies: http://bit.ly/1tcULvh Like Dezeen on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dezeen/ Follow Dezeen on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Dezeen/ Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dezeen/ Check out our Pinterest: https://uk.pinterest.com/dezeen/
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Seljuk architecture in Konya | Architecture | Showcase
 
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From monuments, madrasahs, mosques and caravanserais, the city of Konya is unique in its mixing of the modern and the ancient. Here, slick, multi-storey skyscrapers cast shadows onto old stone buildings, with each managing to exist in a kind of architectural harmony. Showcase’s Sharaz Ali went in search of what gives this city its great sense of history, and why some of those buildings are still standing. #SeljukArchitecture #Konya #Showcase Subscribe: http://trt.world/Showcase Livestream: http://trt.world/ytlive Facebook: http://trt.world/facebook Twitter: http://trt.world/twitter Instagram: http://trt.world/instagram Visit our website: http://trt.world
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Turkey/İstanbul (Walking tour:İstiklal Avenue) Part 58
 
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Welcome to my travelchannel.On my channel you can find almost 1000 films of more than 70 countries. See the playlist on my youtube channel.Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/user/nurettinodunya/playlists İstiklal Avenue or Istiklal Street (Turkish: İstiklâl Caddesi, French: Grande Rue de Péra, English: Independence Avenue) is one of the most famous avenues in Istanbul, Turkey, visited by nearly 3 million people in a single day over the course of weekends. Located in the historic Beyoğlu (Pera) district, it is an elegant pedestrian street, 1.4 kilometers long, which houses boutiques, music stores, bookstores, art galleries, cinemas, theatres, libraries, cafés, pubs, night clubs with live music, historical patisseries, chocolateries and restaurants. The avenue, surrounded by late Ottoman era buildings (mostly from the 19th and early 20th centuries) that were designed with the Neo-Classical, Neo-Gothic, Renaissance Revival, Beaux-Arts, Art Nouveau and First Turkish National Architecture styles; as well as a few Art Deco style buildings from the early years of the Turkish Republic, and a number of more recent examples of modern architecture; starts from the medieval Genoese neighbourhood around Galata Tower and ultimately leads up to Taksim Square. Galatasaray Square is located at approximately the center of the avenue and is home to one of the finest educational institutions established in Turkey at the time of the Ottoman Empire; originally known as the Galata Sarayı Enderun-u Hümayunu (Galata Palace Imperial School) and today known as Galatasaray High School (Galatasaray Lisesi). In the historic Karaköy (Galata) district towards the southern end of the avenue, it is possible to see the world's second-oldest subway station, generally known and referred to as simply Tünel (The Tunnel) which entered service in 1875. Moreover, the German High School of Istanbul (Deutsche Schule Istanbul in German, Özel Alman Lisesi in Turkish) is also located near Tünel. The cosmopolitan avenue is surrounded by an array of historical and politically significant buildings, such as the Çiçek Pasajı (Flower Passage) where small, intimate restaurants and taverns are found; Balık Pazarı (The Fish Market); the Ağa Camii Mosque; the Roman Catholic churches of Santa Maria Draperis and S. Antonio di Padova; the Greek Orthodox Haghia Triada; the Armenian Üç Horan (among many other churches); several synagogues; mosques; academic institutions established by various European nations such as Austria, France, Germany and Italy in the 19th century; and consulates (former embassies before 1923) of several nations including France, Greece, the Netherlands, Russia, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom….Wikipedia
Views: 56727 Nurettin Yilmaz
Inside Tommy Hilfiger’s Ivy-Covered Connecticut Castle | Celebrity Homes | Architectural Digest
 
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In this episode of Celebrity Homes, Architectural Digest goes inside Tommy Hilfiger's house. The iconic fashion designer's abode has it all, from views of NYC skyline and a full-size tennis court to a Turkish-themed screening room and a dining room with a gothic revival oak table and Moroccan-upholstered leather chairs. Tommy and Dee Hilfiger‘s castle sits atop a high hill in Greenwich, Connecticut, with views stretching all the way to the Long Island Sound. In fact, from Tommy’s third-floor office, in what was once the billiard room, the quintessential American designer can even see New York City. “The immediate landscape is very rural—we feel like we’re in the English countryside—yet the city is so close,” says Tommy, who is sitting in the home’s wood-paneled entryway, lacing his sneakers in preparation for a game of tennis with his wife on the sunken court that lies just beyond a magnificent lawn dotted with quirky cone-shaped boxwoods; Miranda Brooks masterminded the landscape. Behind him a dramatic staircase climbs to a second-floor landing outfitted with Flemish still-life paintings and a pair of stag antlers from Baron de Rothschild’s château. Given the decor—not to mention the romantic roofline, ivy-covered turrets, and leaded bay windows—it would be easy to mistake the house for something closer to a historic manor house than a suburban home. In many ways Round Hill, as it is now called, is a perfect mix of Tommy’s sporty, all-American style and Dee’s sophisticated European aesthetic. Dee, a handbag designer who had previously lived in Europe working as a model, fell in love with the house from the first minute the couple drove up the switchback driveway. Originally known as Château Paterno, the castle was built for real-estate magnate Charles Vincent Paterno in 1939 by award-winning architect Greville Rickard, a graduate of the Yale School of Architecture. In 1961 the art collector Joseph Hirshhorn bought the property and used it to house nearly 6,000 19th- and 20th-century paintings and sculptures—most of which can now be found in the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, D.C. Over the years the castle had been remodeled in parts and added on to, but by the time the Hilfigers pulled up, the place had been long neglected. They immediately enlisted architect Andre Tchelistcheff to oversee a renovation that included new electrical wiring and a painstaking restoration of the original terra-cotta roof, whose tiles needed to be replaced; molds were made for new tiles, which were cast in Turkey and finally installed one by one. The house is a local historic landmark, he adds, so Tchelistcheff relied on old photos and architectural plans to re-create the original footprint and devised new additions based on existing elements, such as the soaring two-and-a-half-story leaded bay window in the entryway. To achieve that layered, lived-in feel while also adding entertaining spaces and creating more relaxed, family-friendly rooms, the Hilfigers turned to decorator Martyn Lawrence Bullard, who had worked on their Miami home. In the dining room, Dee and Bullard mixed Ming dynasty porcelain from the 16th and 17th centuries with Venetian glass, Portofino linens, and Tiffany silverware. In the kitchen, 18th-century blue-and-white delftware is paired with curtains and upholstery by Chelsea Textiles and a rug that previously belonged to the Duke and Duchess of Windsor. The eclectic architectural and design elements that are part of Round Hill’s DNA could have posed a challenge, but Bullard drew inspiration from them and had a lot of fun with the details. Read the full story here --> https://www.architecturaldigest.com/story/inside-tommy-and-dee-hilfigers-ivy-covered-connecticut-castle Still haven’t subscribed to Architectural Digest on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/2zl7s34 ABOUT ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST The leading international design authority, Architectural Digest features articles and videos of the best in architecture, style, culture, travel, and shopping. Inside Tommy Hilfiger’s Ivy-Covered Connecticut Castle | Celebrity Homes | Architectural Digest
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The 10 Most Beautiful Mosques in the World
 
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شاهد النسخه العربيه من الفيديو: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Trwl_KVjWkQ&feature=youtu.be The Top 10 Most Beautiful Mosques in the World Visit Our Website for More Luxury Architecture: https://www.luxury-architecture.net The Most Beautiful Mosques (Masjid) From Around the World: 1. Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, Abu Dhabi 2. The Blue Mosque, Istanbul, Turkey 3. Crystal Mosque, Terengganu, Malaysia 4. Qolsarif Mosque, Kazan, Russia 5. Badshahi Mosque, Lahore, Pakistan 6. Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque, Brunei 7. Dome of the Rock Mosque, Jerusalem, Palestine 8. Mosque of Muhammad Ali, Cairo, Egypt 9. Almasjid Alnabawi Mosque, Medina, Saudi Arabia 10. Al Haram Mosque, Mecca, Saudi Arabia #Architecture #Mosques #Islam --------------------------------------------------------------- Welcome to Architecture Youtube Channel Architecture Is a Celebration of International Design Talents, Historic Architecture and Innovative Luxury Homes by Leading Designers. Our Mission Is: to Bring You the Best of Influential Architecture, Breathtaking Designs and High-end Real Estate. We Offers Constant Coverage of the Best of Interior/exterior Designs From The World of Architecture. Subscribe for New Videos Regularly. If You Have Any Question or Request, Please Feel Free to Send Us a Message.
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Luxury Villa in Turkey for Sale
 
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Luxury Villa in Turkey for Sale Villa city locates in Dosemealti, Kepez far from city noise and hurry. It is a calm area surrounded by nature, coniferous trees and birds singing. This complex made by a company with 40 years of experience in the construction industry in Turkey. You can find here everything that you dream about comfortable life. Konyaaltı beach is in 14 km distance. This luxury villa complex includes all social amenities you may need like school, market, restaurant, hairdresser and massage salon. Within the complex there ara large garden with swimming pools, sport center with voleyball and basketball courts, sauna, finnish bath and billiard. Villas have centar heating and cooling system, smart home system, fire alarm system, solar water heater and wireless... Detail: http://www.antalyahomes.com/palm-city-villas SUBSCRIBE YouTube : https://www.youtube.com/user/antalyahomes Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/propertyforsaleturkey Twitter: https://twitter.com/antalyahomes Google Plus: http://gplus.to/antalyahomes
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Oddly Satisfying Turkish Ornamental Calligraphy
 
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Oddly Satisfying Turkish Ornamental Calligraphy x Muhammed Basdag JOIN the #Calligrafreaks - https://goo.gl/t5DLZ1 Follow Muhammd Basdag Calligraphy: Instagram: @muhammedbasdag Watch more Oddly Satisfying Calligraphy: Oddly Satisfying Embossing Calligraphy compilation - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2LQWqg6qMUo Oddly Satisfying Hand Lettering on random objects by Rob Draper - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TFaI9KS57Zg Super Satisfying Brush Pen Calligraphy - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BqkGV9RPMiI Music by PYROSION: https://soundcloud.com/pyrosion/ https://twitter.com/CalligraMasters https://www.facebook.com/CalligraphyMasters https://www.instagram.com/calligraphymasters
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Turkey /Midyat & Mardin Part 21
 
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Welcome to my travelchannel.On my channel you can find almost 1000 films of more than 70 countries. See the playlist on my youtube channel.Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/user/nurettinodunya/playlists Mardin Mardin is a city in southeastern Turkey. The capital of Mardin Province, it is known for the Artuqid (Artıklı or Artuklu in Turkish) architecture of its old city, and for its strategic location on a rocky hill near the Tigris River that rises steeply over the flat plains. Mardin is one of the oldest settled areas in upper Mesopotamia. Excavations done in the 1920s discovered remains in the area that dated to 4000 BCE. The first known civilization were the Subarians who were then succeeded in 3000BCE by the Hurrians. The Elamites gained control around 2230 BCE. and were followed by the Babylonians, Hittites, Assyrians, Romans and Byzantines. In 692, the Muslim Ummayads arrived and introduced Islam. The Abbasid Caliphate based in Baghdad replaced them in 824. Factions of the Seljuk Turks fought each other over Mardin as it changed hands many times before it was finally taken by Nahm ad-din Ilghazi, the bey of the Artukids, a Turkish dynasty founded by the Seljuk Emir Artuk. During the Artukid period, many of Mardin's historic buildings were constructed, including several Mosques, Palaces, Madrassas and Hans. The lands of the Artukid dynasty fell to the Mongols sometime between 1235 and 1243, but the Mongols never directly governed the area. The Artukid family ruling Mardin became vassal state of the Mongol Empire. During the battle of Ain Jalut in 1260, the Artuqid (Artık) ruler revolted against the Mongol rule. Hulegu's general and Chupan's ancestor, Koke-Ilge of the Jalayir, stormed the city and Hulegu appointed the rebel's son, al-Nasir, governor of Mardin. Although, Hulegu suspected the latter's loyalty for a while, thereafter the Artukids remained loyal unlike nomadic Bedoun and Kurd tribes in the south western frontier. The Mongol Ilkhanids considered them important allies. For this loyalty they shown, Artukids were given more lands in 1298 and 1304. Mardin later passed to the Akkoyunlu, a federation of Turkic tribes that controlled territory all the way to the Caspian Sea. In 1517, Mardin was annexed by the Ottomans under Selim the Grim. During this time, Mardin was administered by a governor directly appointed under the Ottoman Sultan's authority. In 1923, with the founding of the Republic of Turkey, Mardin was made the administrative capital of a province named after it.Mardin has often been considered an open air museum due to its historical architecture. Most buildings use the beige colored limestone rock which has been mined for centuries in quarries around the area. Madrassas Zinciriye Medrese Zinciriye Medrese (Sultan Isa Medrese) - Constructed in 1385 by Najm ad-din Isa. The madrasa is part of a complez that includes a Mosque and the tomb of Najm ad-din Isa. Sitti Radviyye Medrese (Hatuniye Medrese) - built in the 12th century in the honor of Sitti Radviyye, the wife of Najm ad-din Alpi. There is a footprint that is claimed to be that to be that of the Prophet Muhammad. Kasımiye Medrese - construction started by the Artukids and completed by the Akkoyunlu under Sultan Kasım. It has an adjoining Mosque and a Dervish lodge. Churches Meryemana (Virgin Mary) Church Mor Yusuf (Surp Hovsep) Church Mor Behnam (Kırk Şehitler) Church - built in the name of Behnam and Saro, the two sons of an Aramean (Syriac) rule, dates from 569 AD Deyrü'z-Zafaran Monastery - The Syriac Orthodox Saffron Monastery was founded in 439 AD and is one of the oldest monasteries in the world and the only one that is still functioning in southern Turkey. From 1160 until 1932, it was the seat of the Syriac Orthodox Patriarch, until the Patriarchate relocated to the Syrian capital Damascus. The site of the monastery itself is said to have been used as a temple by sun worshipers as long ago as 2000 BC. Mor Mihail Church Mor Semune Church Mor Petrus and Pavlus Church Red (Surp Kevork) Church Mor Cercis Church Mor Efraim Monastery Mardin's economy is based on agriculture and mining with most of the industry based on the manufacture of building materials. Tourism has increased rapidly in recent years. Traditional handicrafts produced in Mardin are Saddles, Carpets, Pottry, Leatherware and Silverware.
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Breathtaking Seafront Relaxing Luxury Resort Villas In Bodrum, Turkey
 
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Breathtaking Seafront Relaxing Luxury Resort Villas In Bodrum, Turkey
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Q&A for studying in Turkey
 
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After the first video everybody started asking me questions about studying in Turkey about public schools private universities so in this video I'm answering all the questions related to that subject. I hope eight minutes want to be that long enjoy the ride. Instagram : @eyabeldy
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Mardin, Southeast Turkey
 
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Mardin offers the most beautiful views over the Mesopotamian plain of all cities in Turkey. The cit is also known for its architecture and it's mosks and churches. IT was the capital of the first Seljuk conquerors.
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Turkish Exhibition [Architecture Biennale 2014]
 
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We met Murat Tabanlioglu, the curator of the Turkish pavilion, and asked him how it feels to be a curator and how important the Architecure Biennale is. more on: www.miestv.com www.facebook.com/miestvcom
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Turkey trip 2016 (HD)
 
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Turkey trip 2016 - Turkey culture - Turkey tourism & vacations 2016 Travel Videos HD, World Travel Guide http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c... Turkey (Turkish: Türkiye) is on the Mediterranean, with 97% of its territory in West Asia and the Middle East, and with a small section in Southeastern Europe separated by the Turkish Straits (Bosphorus, Sea of Marmara, and Dardanelles). With the Black Sea to the north and the Aegean Sea in the west and Mediterranean Sea to the southwest, Turkey is surrounded by Bulgaria and Greece to the west, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia to the northeast, Syria, Iraq and Iran to the southeast. Ancient ruins and architectural heritage At the crossroads of civilizations, all parts of Turkey are full of a mindblowing number of ancient ruins. Hittites, the first indigenous people that rose to found a state in Anatolia—although there is one certain Çatalhöyük preceding them, the earliest settlement ever found to the date in Turkey—left the proof of their existence at the ruins of Hattuşaş, their capital. Ancient Greeks and closely following Romans left their mark mostly in Aegean and Mediterranean Regions, leaving behind the marble ruins of hundreds of cities, temples, and monuments. Some are largely restored to their former glory, such as Ephesus as well as numerous others along the Aegean coast which are on the checklist of most travellers to Turkey, along with some more obscure ones off the beaten path such as Aphrodisias near Denizli, and Aizonai. In the meantime, some other indigenous peoples, such as Lycians, were carving beautiful tombs—many of which are fairly well preserved and can be seen all around Lycia—for their dearly departed ones onto the rocky hillsides. Legendary Troy stands out as an example of different civilizations literally living on the top of each other. While what is visible today is clearly Hellenistic, the place has its roots as Hittite Wilusa, and later re-built many times over by Ancient Greeks. Perhaps the most unique "architectural" heritage in the country, some of the Cappadocian cave houses and churches carved into "fairy chimneys" and underground cities (in a literal sense!) date back to early Christians hiding from persecution. Successors of Romans, the Byzantines, broke new ground with more ambitious projects, culminating in grand Hagia Sophia of Istanbul, built in 537, and which had the distinction of being the largest cathedral in the world for almost a thousand years. Most of Byzantine heritage intact today is found in Marmara Region, especially in Istanbul, although a stray monastery or two dating back to the era can be found in almost any part of the country. Seljuks, the first ever Turkic state to be founded in Asia Minor, built most of their monuments—which incorporates large majestic portals and heavily delicate stonework, reminiscent of some landmarks in parts of Asia—in major centres of the time in Eastern and Central Anatolia, especially in Konya, their capital. Ottomans, who had considered themselves as a Balkan state until their demise, built most of their landmarks in Balkans and the natural extension of Balkans within today's Turkey—Marmara Region—just like the Byzantines, whom the Ottomans inspired to in so many ways. Most of the earlier Ottoman monuments were built in Bursa, which have little Byzantine and comperatively large Seljuk influences, and later, when the dynasty moved to Europe, in Edirne, some of the major landmarks of which exhibit some kind of "transitional" and fairly experimental style. It wasn't until the Fall of Constantinople that the Ottomans adopted Byzantine architecture almost full scale with some adjustments. However, the Ottoman imperial architecture possibly reached its zenith not in Istanbul, but in Edirne—in the form of Selimiye Mosque, a work of Sinan, the great Ottoman architecture of 16th century. 19th century brought back the Greek and Roman taste of architectural styles, so there was a huge explosion of neo-classical architecture, as much fashionable in Turkey as in the much of the rest of the world at that time. Galata side of Istanbul, Izmir (though unfortunately most of which was lost to the big fire of 1922), and numerous towns along the coasts, one most prominent and well preserved example being Ayvalık, quickly filled with elegant neo-classical buildings. At the same time, people in more inland locations were favouring pleasant, more traditional, and less pretentious half-timbered whitewashed houses, which form picturesque towns such as Safranbolu, Beypazarı, and Şirince in northern, central, and western part of the country respectively. It was also this time beautiful and impressive wooden mansions of Istanbul's seaside neighbourhoods and islands were built.
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Assignment Asia: Preserving Ottoman miniature art
 
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Artists in Ottoman Turkey depicted reality and kept a record of events through a painting style with Islamic and Chinese influences. Although miniature painting has survived to this day, the art form is slowly dying and fewer people are patronizing it. In Istanbul, Natalie Carney met the artists working hard to keep Ottoman miniature art alive by giving it a modern twist. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Watch CGTN Live: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L2-Aq7f_BwE Download our APP on Apple Store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download our APP on Google Play (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChinaGlobalTVNetwork/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cgtn/?hl=zh-cn Twitter: https://twitter.com/CGTNOfficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/CGTNOfficial/ Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
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Mick's take on Turkish Architecture
 
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Some good ol' Aussie humour to cloud your innocent perspectives of one of the world's great cities... Read more of the travels at www.themostalive.com For more travel video and photography by Ash Clark be sure to check out his travel blog at http://themostalive.com/ where new travel content, travel advice and travel guides are updated multiple times a week
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Pre Project of STONE Plaza by XL Architecture & Engineering / Turkey
 
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Pre Project of STONE Plaza by XL Architecture & Engineering / Turkey
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Turkish Architecture Windows
 
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Made by Ekarach Thonthawes (Tae) From observing, the windows design mostly a curve form even some of the mosques were a church before. The light that came through the window allow people to focus the most important thing in the mosque which how they respect the God.
Views: 144 Konlawat Meklalit
Amazing Turkish Food and Attractions in Istanbul - Istanbul, Turkey, Travel Guide!
 
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►Subscribe: http://bit.ly/MarkWiensSubscribe ►Watch the full playlist: https://goo.gl/fjaKHn ►Camera I use: http://amzn.to/2dEL3hv Day 9: Istanbul, Turkey - This was a day of sightseeing at some of the most famous attractions in Istanbul that I’ve wanted to visit my entire life including the Blue Mosque and Hagia Sophia. And the read highlight of the day for me was the incredible Turkish food, especially the kebabs. Museum Pass Istanbul - 85 TRY ($28.88) - Before getting started with the things we did in this video, I purchased a Museum Pass for Istanbul, which granted me access to a few of the attractions without having to stand in line. I’m not sure if I really saved much money, but it did save time. 2:00 Sultan Ahmet Camii (Blue Mosque) - Our first stop of the day in this attractions in Istanbul video was the Sultan Ahmet Camii, which is commonly known as the Blue Mosque due to its blue tiles on the inside. We actually arrived a little too early in the morning, so they were not open yet, so we walked around the Hippodrome of Constantinople for a few minutes. When the Blue Mosque opened, we went inside. Both inside and outside are incredible to see. 5:37 Hagia Sophia - One of the most famous pieces of architecture in all of Istanbul and one of the most famous attractions is Hagia Sophia. It started off as a church, later became a mosque, and now it’s an official museum. After entering, you can walk around the main room, but the highlight of visiting Hagia Sophia for me was walking up to the upper galleries for some amazing views from above. 8:24 Topkapi Palace - Finally, one more of the most famous attractions in Istanbul, and located right in the same area as Hagia Sophia and the Blue Mosque is Topkapi Palace, which was an Ottoman Palace. You can walk around the gardens and palace structures, which are now galleries. I especially enjoyed the Imperial Harem, which was a section of the palace reserved for women, and the best preserved area of the palace. 11:25 Sehzade Erzurum Cag Kebab (Şehzade Cağ Kebap) - There are many different types of Turkish food, and cag kebab is a type of kebab from Erzurum in Eastern Turkey. According some some men I met while eating the amazing kebabs, this is the best restaurant for cag kebab in all of Istanbul. The type of kebab is made from lamb, and instead of being on a vertical skewer like other types of kebabs, it’s grilled on a horizontal skewer. The meat is cooked with wood fire, and slice off onto smaller skewers to be served. If you get a chance to try cag kebab, it’s an absolutely stunning Turkish food. The entire meal was delicious, but the best part was meeting the owner of Sehzade Erzurum Cag Kebab and eating a slice of the meat right off the roll hot and fresh. Out entire meal cost 85 TL ($28.88). 20:34 Basilica Cistern - 20 TRY ($6.80) - Arter the amazing Turkish food lunch, we headed over to see the Basilica cistern, one of many underground cisterns in Istanbul. It was interesting to see. We then headed to the hotel for a rest, and then went out again for dinner. 23:27 Dinner at Balkan Lokantasi - Beşiktaş is a neighborhood in Istanbul and we walked over to a restaurant for dinner in that neighborhood called Balkan Lokantasi. It was an extremely busy restaurant serving all sorts of different Turkish food in a cafeteria like style. You walk through the line, choose whatever dishes you want, and pay for what you get. You can eat a serious feast for a pretty good price. I got a little confused and didn’t really know what I was doing, so ended up ordering what was way too much food. But that’s alright, it was all really delicious. It was fantastic day of Turkish food and visiting some attractions in Istanbul that I had wanted to visit my entire life. Music: https://www.audionetwork.com/browse/m/track/love-me-now_105345 https://www.audionetwork.com/browse/m/track/gateway-to-the-east_121129 Disclaimer and Thank You: This trip was made possible by Star Alliance and their Round The World tickets (http://www.staralliance.com/en/round-the-world) who sponsored my business class flights. The Ritz-Carlton, Istanbul sponsored my stay in Istanbul. Thank you to Star Alliance, Marriott Hotels, and Turkish Airlines for making this trip happen. I personally paid for all food and attractions in this video, and decided what to do. -- CAMERA I USE: Main camera I use: http://amzn.to/2dEL3hv Main lens: http://amzn.to/2e5Lum6 Microphone: http://amzn.to/2dEr9Z9 Gorillapod: http://amzn.to/2epFsQx *These are Amazon affiliate links MY WEBSITES: Migrationology.com: http://migrationology.com/ Get e-mail updates: https://migrationology.com/free-updates SOCIAL MEDIA: Snapchat: @migrationology Instagram: https://instagram.com/migrationology Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/migrationology SUPPORT MY WIFE AND I: Donate: http://migrationology.com/donate/ T-shirts: https://migrationology.com/store/ --
Views: 2465889 Mark Wiens
This mosque in Al Khuwair is inspired by Ottoman Turk architecture period
 
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The Sultan Saeed Bin Taimur Mosque is quite impressive It opened in Al Kuwair in 1999 With 9 domes and 2 minarets, its beautiful geometric shapes is inspired by the Turkish Ottoman Mosques At 34,077 square metres, it can accommodate 2200 people The mosque's interior is decorated with an Islamic motif with Quranic verses adorning the entire mosque Website: http://timesofoman.com Facebook: http://facebook.com/timesofoman Twitter: http://twitter.com/timesofoman
Views: 1881 Times of Oman
Moorish Architecture  in Malta:  House and Turkish Cemetery
 
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Moorish Architecture in Malta: House and Turkish Cemetery
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"Turkish Habits: Ottoman Fashion and Self-Fashioning on the World Stage"
 
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Ünver Rüstem "Turkish Habits: Ottoman Fashion and Self-Fashioning on the World Stage" Assistant Professor of Islamic Art and Architecture, Johns Hopkins University; Harvard AKPIA Fellow 11/08/18 Aga Khan Program for Islamic Architecture at Harvard University
Luxury Real Estate Tour in Istanbul Turkey: Nidapark Bomonti
 
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Realty Turkey is visiting Nidapark Bomonti, which located in one of the most colourful areas in Istanbul. This is a district full of lively crowded streets and busy plazas. Surrounded with both historical view and modern architecture, Bomonti is an outstanding part of the region. Combining the future with the past, the location is like a bridge paving the way to a fascinating urban experience. Subscribe to our YouTube channel ~ Visit our website for further information about Turkish Citizenship Website: www.realtyturkey.com ~ https://instagram.com/realtyturkey_social https://twitter.com/RealtyTurkeycom https://facebook.com/RealtyturkeySocial/
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Plan 3D Interior Design Home Plan 8x13m Full Plan 3Beds
 
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Free Download Plan 3D Interior Design Home Plan 8x13m Full Plan 3Beds. You need minimum plot of 10 meter by 15 meter. House in Feet about 26.24 feet by 42.65 feet. https://wp.me/p9BYXp-Fl The House has -1 Car Parking and garden -Living room, -Dining room, -Kitchen, -3 Bedrooms with 2 bathrooms -1 Restroom Plan 3D Interior Design Home Plan 8x13m Full Plan 3Beds Buy All My Home Design Plan 2016-2018 Buy My Plan http://buyhomeplan.samphoas.com/ Your could Reach Us: Personal FB: Sophoat Toch https://www.facebook.com/PhoaTToch Facebook Page: Sam Architect https://www.facebook.com/samphoasarchitect/ Facebook Group: Home Design Idea https://www.facebook.com/groups/HomeDesignIdeasFreePlan/ If you think this Plan is useful for you. Please like and share.
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Super Satisfying Turkish Flourishing Calligraphy #3
 
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Super Satisfying Turkish Flourishing Calligraphy x Muhammed Basdag JOIN THE #CALLIGRAFREAKS - https://goo.gl/t5DLZ1 Follow Muhammed Basdag Calligraphy: Instagram: @muhammedbasdag Watch more Super Satisfying Calligraphy Videos: SUPER SATISFYING FLOURISHING CALLIGRAPHY COMPILATION #2 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l--mrB0E4gc&t=1s Super Satisfying Turkish Style Calligraphy - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K3gfSgG8-lY&t=1s Super Satisfying Handwriting Calligraphy with Ballpoint Pen - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xPkKk4ujiuk&t=1s Super Satisfying Copperplate Calligraphy Compilation - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=11F_5huZDwY&t=1s Super Satisfying Wax Seal Compilation #3 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SABFBkZw1lI https://twitter.com/CalligraMasters https://www.facebook.com/CalligraphyMasters https://www.instagram.com/calligraphymasters http://www.calligraphymasters.com/ SUBSRIBE TO THE CHANNEL & HIT THE BELL ICON FOR MORE #CalligraphyMasters #KeepWriting #ModernCalligraphy #Modern #Calligraphy #Super #Satisfying #SuperSatisfying
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Istanbul's Architecture in Turkey
 
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ISTANBUL,TURKEY,Hagia Sophia Museum,Blue Mosque,Topkapi Palace,Grand Bazaar,Spice Bazaar,Dolmabahce Palace,Underground Cistern,Sema ceremony of the Whirling Dervishes,Galata Tower,Bosphorus,Princes' Islands,Sultanahmet ,Pera,Beyoglu,Taksim,ST. SOPHIE ,HIPPODROME ,THE MUSEUMS OF TURKISH ISLAMIC ART,SULEYMANIYE CAMII,ARCHEOLOGICAL MUSEUM,BEYLERBEYI PALACE,CHORA CHURCH,RUSTEM PASA MOSQUE,RUMELI FORTRESS,NIGHTLIFE,RESTAURANTS,Kariye Museum,Military Museum,The Covered Bazaar,The Spice or Egyptian Bazaar,Blue Mosque,Eyup Mosque,Suleymaniye Mosque,Istanbul Toy Museum,Dogancay Museum ,Istanbul Modern Art Museum ,Sakip Sabanci Museum ,Rahmi Koc Museum,Pera Museum,Istanbul Byzantine Mosaic Museum ,Istiklal Street,Turkuazoo Aquarium,Camlica Hill,Kilyos (Beach),Caddebostan (Beach),Belgrade Forest - Belgrad Orman Bahcekoy,Emirgan Park,Ayasofya Museum,Eyup,Kanlica,Hidiv Pavilion,Jewish Museum of Turkey - Zulfaris Synagogue,Sehzade Mosque,Armenian Church of the Three Altars,Kumkapi,Cengelkoy,Rezan Has Museum,Polonezkoy,Arasta Bazaar,Fish Market - Balik Pazari,Rumeli Feneri - Rumeli Lighthouse,Yeni Cami - New Mosque,Aya Triada Greek Orthodox Church,Santral Istanbul,Bebek,Anadolu Feneri - Anadolu Lighthouse,Ataturk Cultural Centre,Beykoz,Cemal Resit Rey (CRR) Concert Hall,Taksim Square,Riva (Beach),Fenerbahce Saracoglu Stadium,Yeralti Camii- Underground Mosque,Kucuk Ayasofya - Little Hagia Sophia,Istanbul UFO Museum,Church of the Pantocrator - Zeyrek Cami,Ortakoy Mosque,Galerist,Yildiz Park,Anglican Church of Beyoglu,Yildiz Palace,Museum of Adam Mickiewicz,Garipce,Emirgan Park,1453 Panorama Museum,Pierre Loti Café,Istanbul Aviation Museum,Chora Church - Kariye Museum,Tophane,Anadolu Kavagi,Yedikule Fortress - Seven Towers,Church of St Stephen of the Bulgars,Museum of History of Science in Islam,Cemile Sultan Grove,Hagia Irene,Neve Shalom Synagogue,Uskudar,Galeri Nev,Kadikoy Bull Statue,Kadikoy on Asian Side,Maidens Tower - Kiz Kulesi ,Eminonu and Around,Hippodrome and Monuments,Great Palace Mosaics Museum,Gulhane Park,Princes' Islands Museum,Naval Museum,Eyup Sultan Mosque and Mausoleum,Tarabya,Sogukcesme Street,Eczacıbasi Virtual Museum,Sureyya Opera House,Caferaga Medresesi,Istanbul Aquarium,Ataturk Arboretum,Armenian Church of St. Gregory the Illuminator,Borusan Kultur Sanat,Harbiye Cemil Topuzlu Open Air Theatre,Haydarpasa Railway Station,Bosphorus Bridge,Aynalikavak Pavilion,Dolmabahce Mosque,Fatih Mosque,Turk Telekom Arena,Palace of the Porphyrogenitus - Tekfur Sarayi,Miniaturk Museum,Kucuksu Palace,Casa dell'Arte Art Gallery,Elgiz Museum of Contemporary Art,Rumeli Fortress,Galata Bridge,Anadolu Hisari - Anatolian Fortress,Turkcell Kurucesme Arena,1001 Columns Cistern - Binbirdirek Cistern,Sirkeci Railway Station,Sile,Istanbul Sapphire Observation Deck,St Anthony of Padua Catholic Cathedral,ARTER Istanbul,Istanbul Zoology Museum,Sakirin Mosque,Fountain of Ahmet III,Kilic Ali Pasha Mosque,Galata Mevlevi Monastery-Mevlevihane,Sokollu Mehmet Pasha Mosque,Museum of Painting and Sculpture,Kadikoy Fish Market,SALT,Kuzguncuk,Dolmabahce Inonu Stadium,Florence Nightingale Museum,Rustem Pasha Mosque,Sadberk Hanim Museum,Rahmi M Koc Museum,Ihlamur Pavillion,Beylerbeyi Palace,Istanbul Dolphinarium,Beyazit Square,Fener and Balat,Türvak Cinema and Theatre Museum and Art Library,Pammakaristos Church - Fethiye Mosque Museum,Valens Aqueduct,Kucukciftlik Park,Discovery Sphere Planetarium,Turkish-Islamic Arts Museum - Ibrahim Pasha Palace,Museum of Calligraphy,Ataturk Museum Istanbul,Ortakoy,Ahrida Synagogue, Cihangir, Karakoy, Sakip Sabanci Museum,Ural Ataman Classic Car Museum,Istiklal Street - Taksim,Mihrimah Sultan Mosque,Flower Passage - Cicek Pasaji,Atlas Passage,Kabatas,Hazzopulo - Hacopulo Passage, Million Stone,Riddim,Akbank Art Centre,Istanbul Park - F1 Circuit,Serpent Column-,Yildiz Hamidiye Mosque,Column of the Goths,Obelisk of Theodosius,Mihrimah Sultan Mosque,Sinan Erdem Dome,Walled Obelisk ,Arap Mosque, Taksim Park,Ozgurluk Park,Sariyer,Suriye Passage,Dolmabahce Clock Tower,Aznavur Passage,Nuruosmaniye Mosque,Yavuz Selim Mosque,Monument of Liberty,Mihrabat Grove,Nevizade,Etiler,Beyazit Tower,El-Hamra Passage,Maslak Pavilion,Fethi Pasa Korusu (Grove),Suleymaniye Hamam,Yeni Valide Mosque,Ahmet III Fountain,Column of Constantine/Burnt Column,Greek Orthodox Patriarchate,CNR Expo Istanbul,Aksaray Valide Mosque,Nusretiye Mosque,
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Architecture Itinerary of Turkey
 
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Architecture Itinerary of Turkey
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Turkish Gate (Old Architecture) built in 1800 (Poarta Turceasca)
 
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❤️ Please subscribe http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ6GEz0mqb9GuzKtMl4h1dA?sub_confirmation=1 ❤️ These are the remains from an old turkish inn built in the XIX century (somewhere between 1800-1900). This was the gate. The building was demolished in 1984 by the communists. The structure is located in Galati, Romania. Recorded in September 2017. Hopefully, it will get restored in the future.
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Tommy Hilfiger Gives a Tour of His Miami Fun House | Architectural Digest
 
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Architectural Digest talks with legendary fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger and his wife, Dee, at their vibrant Martyn Lawrence Bullard–designed mansion just outside of Miami. Hilfiger says that the Floridian home is their "fun house". Dee notes they wanted to their house in Florida to be an escape, adding that the estate is a fantasy beach house. Both Bullard and the Hilfigers describe the style as shockingly unique, groovy, and funky with a mad vibe. Still haven’t subscribed to Architectural Digest on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/2zl7s34 ABOUT ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST The leading international design authority, Architectural Digest features articles and videos of the best in architecture, style, culture, travel, and shopping. Tommy Hilfiger Gives a Tour of His Miami Fun House | Architectural Digest
Views: 990094 Architectural Digest
Interior Design — 10 Things Every Luxury Bathroom Needs
 
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Lynda Reeves gives us a first look at her newly renovated bathroom! Peek inside the elegant, luxurious space and discover her top 10 favorite features. The starting point for Lynda’s renovation was her desire for a freestanding tub. She chose an Ios Volcanic Limestone tub by Victoria + Albert in an oval shape, which fit beautifully by the window. A custom, double-sink vanity with a Calacatta marble top has shallow drawers that offer an airy feel, while a vintage Turkish rug circa 1940 from Elte adds style underfoot. Lynda brought texture into the neutral space with limestone flooring in a herringbone pattern. Watch the video to discover the other features that Lynda loves most about her bathroom. Want to know how much she spent on the bathroom renovation? Find out in our April issue, on newsstands from March 6th.
Views: 81246 House & Home
Turkish architecture-Minecraft TOP Places [#3]
 
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The save for Minecraft it's coming soon :D Music: -Intro-Downton Abbey (Suite), -Film-MITIS Life Of Sin pt.2. SchmiRaj Production!
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Iranian master tilers make traditional blue tiles for Islamic architecture
 
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(5 Jun 2009) Isfahan - 3 May 2009 1. Wide dome and minarets of Emam Mosque covered with blue and turquoise tiles and arabesque 2. Zoom out of Emam Mosque's minarets (fish eyed lens effect) 3. Close-up of intricate flower-shaped tiles 4. Tilt-up from tiles to artist painting on tiles in workplace 5. Close-up of Hossein Mosadegh Zadeh 6. Close-up of Mosadegh Zadeh's hand drawing arabesque on tiles 7. SOUNDBITE (Farsi) Hossein Mosadegh Zadeh, experienced Iranian tiler: "The art of tiling is nearly exclusive to Isfahan. My ancestors were also artists and all of them were from Isfahan. This art has found way in other cities too but its birthplace is Isfahan. Most of the buildings and structures that we tile have Quranic verses written on them." 8. Various shots of tile workshop and completed tiles. 9. SOUNDBITE (Farsi) Hossein Mosadegh Zadeh, experienced Iranian tiler: "Because the blue colour strengthens the eyesight. It gives you brightness, beauty and makes you joyful. Blue makes you lively and happy. By blue, we mean turquoise of course." 10. Close-up of tiles and Mosadegh Zadeh's hand drawing arabesque on tiles 11. Mid of Mosadegh Zadeh in his workplace 12. Pan right to left, close shot of intricate patterns painted on tiles 13. Tilt-up, interior of Isfahan's traditional bazaar 14. Various shots, Mosadegh Zadeh chiselling in workshop 15. Wide pan of tile artworks in the workshop 16. Close-up of Mosadegh Zadeh's hand polishing a turquoise-coloured tile 17. SOUNDBITE (Farsi) Hossein Mosadegh Zadeh, experienced Iranian tiler: "The sound of the chisel hitting the tile gives me a sense of happiness and I really enjoy it. It is like a musician playing a piece for you and making you happy. I really enjoy working with the chisel, creating inlaid works on tile and pasting them onto historic buildings." 18. Wide of a mosque dome under tiling (fish eye lens) 19. Various shots of workers on scaffolding repairing a mosque dome 20. SOUNDBITE (Farsi) Ahmed Mosadegh Zadeh, tiler and son of Hossein Mosadegh Zadeh: "This traditional and original art has been bequeathed to us from our ancestors and we will continue it. Tiling thirty meters of a dome will take us 6 months to tile." 21. Close-up of workers' hand pasting a piece of tile on dome 22. Wide shot of mosque's dome and minarets' covered with turquoise tiles 23. Tilt-up of detailed patterns on walls of mosque 24. Zoom out of geometrical patterns formed with small tiles 25. Wide of pedestrians walking past the mosque's entrance (fish eye lens) 26. Pan of mosque's ceiling decorated with tiles LEAD IN : The city of Isfahan in central Iran is perhaps best known for its Uranium Conversion Facility, part of Iran's controversial nuclear programme. Isfahan is also a centre of Islamic art in the country, and home to a magnificent complex of buildings. STORYLINE: The bright blue domes and towering minarets of Isfahan in central Iran date back as far as the 11th century. The towers are covered in detailed tiles, which are carefully crafted. Mosadegh Zadeh's ancestors were master tilers and now he continues the family tradition. He says that although the craft is now common in other Iranian cities, Isfahan tilers were the first to use this style. The ceramics are fashioned into many designs and a great variety of shapes. Zadeh says the most popular colour is a turquoise blue which "gives you brightness, beauty and makes you joyful." The creation of a tile begins with raw sketches and ends with multi coloured intricate designs as lively and vibrant as the traditional Isfahan bazaar. After the tiles are painted the tiler sets to work with his chisel and hammer. The final stage of the process is best left to younger men. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/c7a50901d2339de9615b43810e82d471 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Best 85 House designs of May 2018
 
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►►►SUBSCRIBE for more: https://youtube.com/user/keralahomedesign?sub_confirmation=1 ✓. 86 best house plans of May 2018. If you want to know the contact details of any specific designs, then look at the numbers given on each house plans and comment. (or email at keralahomedesign[a]gmail.com) We will give the designer contact details, who designed it.
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Sikh Architecture, Contributions of Maharaja Ranjit Singh  in lahore fort
 
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✿ Click to Subscribe : http://bit.ly/2Hnc6R2 Sikh Architecture is a style of architecture that is characterized with values of progressiveness, exquisite intricacy, austere beauty and logical flowing lines. Due to its progressive style, it is constantly evolving into many newly developing branches with new contemporary styles. Although Sikh architecture was initially developed within Sikhism its style has been used in many non-religious buildings due to its beauty. 300 years ago, Sikh architecture was distinguished for its many curves and straight lines; Shri Keshgarh Sahib and the Sri Harmandir Sahib (Golden Temple) are prime examples. Sikh Architecture is heavily influenced by Mughal and Rajput styles. The onion dome, frescoes, in-lay work, and multi-foil arches, are Mughal influences, more specially from Shah Jahan's period, whereas chattris, oriel windows, bracket supported eaves at the string-course, and ornamented friezes are derived from elements of Rajput architecture. Apart from religious buildings, Sikh architecture includes secular forts, bungas (residential places), palaces, and colleges. The religious structure is called gurdwara (a place where the Guru dwells). The word gurdwara is a compound of guru (guide or master) and dwara (gateway or seat). So, it has an architectural connotation. Sikh gurdwaras are generally commemorative buildings connected with the ten gurus in some way, or with places and events of historical significance. Some examples are Gurdwara Dera Sahib (halting place), in Batala in Gurdaspur district. It was erected in memory of the brief stay of Guru Nanak along with his companions on the occasion of his marriage. Gurdwara Shahid Ganj (Martyr's Memorial) in Muktsar in Faridkot district commemorates the cremation spot of Sikhs who were killed in a battle between Guru Gobind Singh and the Mughals in 1705. Gurdwara Shish Mahal (hall of mirrors) in Kiratpur in Ropar district was made where Guru Har Kisan was born. There are over 500 historical gurdwaras.
Art and Architecture of Turkey - Kerrin Meis
 
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Art and Architecture of Turkey Kerrin Meis Thursdays, 1:15-3:15 p.m. Explore Turkey's multi-layered culture through architecture, sculpture, paintings, mosaics, and illustrated manuscripts. Among many stops on our virtual tour are the archaeological museum in Ankara to look at early cultures; the delightful 10th-century relief sculpture at Akhtamar Island, Lake Van; the astonishing rock reliefs of Yazilkaya, a sacred Hittite site; Ephesus, an important city of the Roman empire; Antioch (Antakya), known for its brilliant mosaics; and Hagia Sophia, a former church and mosque that is now a museum. Other highlights include the frescoes of Cappadocia; the megalomaniacal sculptures found near the peak of Nemrut Dag; and the splendid mosques of the architect Sinan. Art historian Kerrin Meis has traveled extensively in Turkey and has taught classes in Byzantine and Islamic Art. She has presented several art history courses at OLLI @Berkeley. For more information, visit http://olli.berkeley.edu.
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Turkey-Sivas Part 37
 
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Welcome to my travelchannel.On my channel you can find almost 1000 films of more than 70 countries. See the playlist on my youtube channel.Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/user/nurettinodunya/playlists Sivas Population:338.000 Sivas, is a city in central Turkey and the seat of Sivas Province. According to a 2011 estimate, its urban population is 655,297. The city, which lies at an elevation of 4,193 feet (1,278 m) in the broad valley of the Kızılırmak river, is a moderately-sized trade center and industrial city, although the economy has traditionally been based on agriculture. Rail repair shops and a thriving manufacturing industry of rugs, bricks, cement, and cotton and woolen textiles form the mainstays of the city's economy. The surrounding region is a cereal-producing area with large deposits of iron ore which are worked at Divriği. Sivas is also a communications hub for the north-south and east-west trade routes to Iraq and Iran, respectively. With the development of railways, the city gained new economic importance as junction of important rail lines linking the cities of Ankara, Kayseri, Samsun, and Erzurum. The city is linked by air to Istanbul. Sivas has a continental climate with warm and dry summers and cold and snowy winters. The driest months are July and August and the wettest are April and May. A cultural hub as well as an industrial one, Sivas contains many examples of 13th-century Seljuk architecture. The Mavi Medrese from 1271, the Şifaiye Medresesi from 1218 and the Çifte Minare Medresesi from 1271, with its intricately carved facade and minarets, are among the most noteworthy monuments. The oldest surviving mosque is the Grand Mosque (Ulu Camii) completed in 1196 is famous for its simplicity. The city is also famous for its Medreses (Islamic seminaries). Gök Medresesi (the Celestial Madrasa; depicted on the obverse of the Turkish 500 lira banknote of 1927-1939ĺ and Mavi Medrese, Sifaiye Medresesi, on the other hand, was completed earlier, on the eve of the second wave of Turkic immigration to Anatolia, in 1218 and the with its intricately carved facade and minarets are among the most noteworthy edifices carries on the traditional Seljuk Medrese plan. The city also contains some fine examples of the Ottoman architectural style. Kurşunlu Hamamı (Leaden Bath) which was completed in 1576, is the largest Turkish bath in the city and it contains many details from the classical Ottoman bath building. Behrampaşa Hanı (Caravansaray), was completed in 1573 and it is famous for the lion motifs around its windows. Atatürk Congress and Ethnography Museum (Atatürk Kongre ve Etnografya Müzesi) is a museum with two sections. One is a dedicated to the Ottoman heritage of Sivas. The other is to the Sivas Congress, one of the pivotal moments in the Turkish national movement. Street leading up to Hükümet Meydanı The modern heart of the city is Hükümet Square (Hükümet Meydanı, also called Konak Meydanı) located just next to the Governor's mansion. This area is also home to many of the city's high end hotels and restaurants. The city's shoppers usually head to Atatürk Avenue. Sivas is also famous for its thermal springs which have a respectable percentage in the city's income. People believe that the water of these thermal springs can cure many illnesses. The most famous thermal areas are, Sıcak Çermik, Soğuk Çermik and Kangal Balıklı Kaplıca. Madrasahs Buruciye Madrasah Çifte Minareli Madrasah (Double Minaret Madrasah) Gök Madrasah (Blue Madrasah) Şifaiye Madrasah Specialies of Sivas are Tarhana (a soup made using sour yogurt) and Kelecos (a sour potato soup made with yoghurt). One distinct feature of Sivas cooking is the use of Madimak which is a local herb similar to Spinach. Sivas kebabı is a variety of Kebab originating from Sivas
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Turkey-Sivas Part 38
 
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Welcome to my travelchannel.On my channel you can find almost 1000 films of more than 70 countries. See the playlist on my youtube channel.Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/user/nurettinodunya/playlists Sivas Population:338.000 Sivas, is a city in central Turkey and the seat of Sivas Province. According to a 2011 estimate, its urban population is 655,297. The city, which lies at an elevation of 4,193 feet (1,278 m) in the broad valley of the Kızılırmak river, is a moderately-sized trade center and industrial city, although the economy has traditionally been based on agriculture. Rail repair shops and a thriving manufacturing industry of rugs, bricks, cement, and cotton and woolen textiles form the mainstays of the city's economy. The surrounding region is a cereal-producing area with large deposits of iron ore which are worked at Divriği. Sivas is also a communications hub for the north-south and east-west trade routes to Iraq and Iran, respectively. With the development of railways, the city gained new economic importance as junction of important rail lines linking the cities of Ankara, Kayseri, Samsun, and Erzurum. The city is linked by air to Istanbul. Sivas has a continental climate with warm and dry summers and cold and snowy winters. The driest months are July and August and the wettest are April and May. A cultural hub as well as an industrial one, Sivas contains many examples of 13th-century Seljuk architecture. The Mavi Medrese from 1271, the Şifaiye Medresesi from 1218 and the Çifte Minare Medresesi from 1271, with its intricately carved facade and minarets, are among the most noteworthy monuments. The oldest surviving mosque is the Grand Mosque (Ulu Camii) completed in 1196 is famous for its simplicity. The city is also famous for its Medreses (Islamic seminaries). Gök Medresesi (the Celestial Madrasa; depicted on the obverse of the Turkish 500 lira banknote of 1927-1939ĺ and Mavi Medrese, Sifaiye Medresesi, on the other hand, was completed earlier, on the eve of the second wave of Turkic immigration to Anatolia, in 1218 and the with its intricately carved facade and minarets are among the most noteworthy edifices carries on the traditional Seljuk Medrese plan. The city also contains some fine examples of the Ottoman architectural style. Kurşunlu Hamamı (Leaden Bath) which was completed in 1576, is the largest Turkish bath in the city and it contains many details from the classical Ottoman bath building. Behrampaşa Hanı (Caravansaray), was completed in 1573 and it is famous for the lion motifs around its windows. Atatürk Congress and Ethnography Museum (Atatürk Kongre ve Etnografya Müzesi) is a museum with two sections. One is a dedicated to the Ottoman heritage of Sivas. The other is to the Sivas Congress, one of the pivotal moments in the Turkish national movement. Street leading up to Hükümet Meydanı The modern heart of the city is Hükümet Square (Hükümet Meydanı, also called Konak Meydanı) located just next to the Governor's mansion. This area is also home to many of the city's high end hotels and restaurants. The city's shoppers usually head to Atatürk Avenue. Sivas is also famous for its thermal springs which have a respectable percentage in the city's income. People believe that the water of these thermal springs can cure many illnesses. The most famous thermal areas are, Sıcak Çermik, Soğuk Çermik and Kangal Balıklı Kaplıca. Madrasahs Buruciye Madrasah Çifte Minareli Madrasah (Double Minaret Madrasah) Gök Madrasah (Blue Madrasah) Şifaiye Madrasah Specialies of Sivas are Tarhana (a soup made using sour yogurt) and Kelecos (a sour potato soup made with yoghurt). One distinct feature of Sivas cooking is the use of Madimak which is a local herb similar to Spinach. Sivas kebabı is a variety of Kebab originating from Sivas
Views: 18926 Nurettin Yilmaz
Gural Premier - Belek, Antalya, Turkey
 
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This movie is our experience at Gural Premier resort in Belek, Antalya, Turkey in 2017. This resort has been constructed on the basis of traditional Turkish architecture over a forested area of 130.000 m2 and features a horizontal construction style within the nature. Two and three storey villas are distributed around green areas within the facility. The Aquapark is on an area of 22.000 m2, and features 9 waterslides reserved for adults including Kamikaze, Blackhole, Rafting Slide, and Multi-Slide. The kids have also many waterslides and many attractions. There is also an infant zone with sand and different features. The only thing that we didn`t like was the fact that the main pool was small compared to other resorts that we visited in the past. We had the deluxe family room. It`s an appartment of 63 m3, two rooms both with minibars. In one room there is a large bed (180x200) and in the other room 2 separate beds (100x200). Both rooms have balconies with sitting area. It was a great vacation for a family with two kids. The resort is very family frendly. The movie was filmed with a canon legria camera and an action sport yi camera. Please enjoy this footage and I hope it will help you in making your decision for your next holiday. If you appreciate our work please hit the subscribe button and you will stay tunned for our next projects. Thank you! For more info about us: http://www.undevaacolo.ro http://www.facebook.com/undevaacolo.ro http://www.instagram.com/undevaacolo.ro/ http://undevaacolopunctro.tumblr.com/ http://twitter.com/Undevaacolo
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Turkey-Mardin Part 20
 
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Welcome to my travelchannel.On my channel you can find almost 1000 films of more than 70 countries. See the playlist on my youtube channel.Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/user/nurettinodunya/playlists Mardin Mardin is a city in southeastern Turkey. The capital of Mardin Province, it is known for the Artuqid (Artıklı or Artuklu in Turkish) architecture of its old city, and for its strategic location on a rocky hill near the Tigris River that rises steeply over the flat plains. Mardin is one of the oldest settled areas in upper Mesopotamia. Excavations done in the 1920s discovered remains in the area that dated to 4000 BCE. The first known civilization were the Subarians who were then succeeded in 3000BCE by the Hurrians. The Elamites gained control around 2230 BCE. and were followed by the Babylonians, Hittites, Assyrians, Romans and Byzantines. In 692, the Muslim Ummayads arrived and introduced Islam. The Abbasid Caliphate based in Baghdad replaced them in 824. Factions of the Seljuk Turks fought each other over Mardin as it changed hands many times before it was finally taken by Nahm ad-din Ilghazi, the bey of the Artukids, a Turkish dynasty founded by the Seljuk Emir Artuk. During the Artukid period, many of Mardin's historic buildings were constructed, including several Mosques, Palaces, Madrassas and Hans. The lands of the Artukid dynasty fell to the Mongols sometime between 1235 and 1243, but the Mongols never directly governed the area. The Artukid family ruling Mardin became vassal state of the Mongol Empire. During the battle of Ain Jalut in 1260, the Artuqid (Artık) ruler revolted against the Mongol rule. Hulegu's general and Chupan's ancestor, Koke-Ilge of the Jalayir, stormed the city and Hulegu appointed the rebel's son, al-Nasir, governor of Mardin. Although, Hulegu suspected the latter's loyalty for a while, thereafter the Artukids remained loyal unlike nomadic Bedoun and Kurd tribes in the south western frontier. The Mongol Ilkhanids considered them important allies. For this loyalty they shown, Artukids were given more lands in 1298 and 1304. Mardin later passed to the Akkoyunlu, a federation of Turkic tribes that controlled territory all the way to the Caspian Sea. In 1517, Mardin was annexed by the Ottomans under Selim the Grim. During this time, Mardin was administered by a governor directly appointed under the Ottoman Sultan's authority. In 1923, with the founding of the Republic of Turkey, Mardin was made the administrative capital of a province named after it.Mardin has often been considered an open air museum due to its historical architecture. Most buildings use the beige colored limestone rock which has been mined for centuries in quarries around the area. Madrassas Zinciriye Medrese Zinciriye Medrese (Sultan Isa Medrese) - Constructed in 1385 by Najm ad-din Isa. The madrasa is part of a complez that includes a Mosque and the tomb of Najm ad-din Isa. Sitti Radviyye Medrese (Hatuniye Medrese) - built in the 12th century in the honor of Sitti Radviyye, the wife of Najm ad-din Alpi. There is a footprint that is claimed to be that to be that of the Prophet Muhammad. Kasımiye Medrese - construction started by the Artukids and completed by the Akkoyunlu under Sultan Kasım. It has an adjoining Mosque and a Dervish lodge. Churches Meryemana (Virgin Mary) Church Mor Yusuf (Surp Hovsep) Church Mor Behnam (Kırk Şehitler) Church - built in the name of Behnam and Saro, the two sons of an Aramean (Syriac) rule, dates from 569 AD Deyrü'z-Zafaran Monastery - The Syriac Orthodox Saffron Monastery was founded in 439 AD and is one of the oldest monasteries in the world and the only one that is still functioning in southern Turkey. From 1160 until 1932, it was the seat of the Syriac Orthodox Patriarch, until the Patriarchate relocated to the Syrian capital Damascus. The site of the monastery itself is said to have been used as a temple by sun worshipers as long ago as 2000 BC. Mor Mihail Church Mor Semune Church Mor Petrus and Pavlus Church Red (Surp Kevork) Church Mor Cercis Church Mor Efraim Monastery Mardin's economy is based on agriculture and mining with most of the industry based on the manufacture of building materials. Tourism has increased rapidly in recent years. Traditional handicrafts produced in Mardin are Saddles, Carpets, Pottry, Leatherware and Silverware.
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Moorish Architecture in Spain
 
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Following the Muslim conquest of Hispania, Al-Andalus was divided into five administrative areas roughly corresponding to Andalusia, Galicia and Portugal, Castile and León, Aragon and Catalonia, and Septimania.[4] As a political domain or domains, it successively constituted a province of the Umayyad Caliphate, initiated by the Caliph Al-Walid I (711--750); the Emirate of Córdoba (c. 750--929); the Caliphate of Córdoba (929--1031); and the Caliphate of Córdoba's taifa (successor) kingdoms. Rule under these kingdoms saw the rise in cultural exchange and cooperation between Christians, Muslims, and Jews. Under the Caliphate of Córdoba, al-Andalus was a beacon of learning, and the city of Córdoba became one of the leading cultural and economic centres in both the Mediterranean Basin and the Islamic world.
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Italian architectural influences seen in this clifftop property and guest house
 
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Turkey.Home - #FashionHunt Begins
 
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Watch more FashionHunt videos on Turkey.Home channel: https://goo.gl/wMZLMJ 11 international social media influencers embark on a journey of style, fashion and glamour in Istanbul between March 15th and 22nd on FashionHunt. The team will be documenting Istanbul's unparalleled fashion scene, joining top Turkish designers in their ateliers and get the opportunity to watch the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Istanbul in front row seats. #Turkey #Homeof #Fashionhunt Find the whole FashionHunt team on Instagram and join them as they discover what Istanbul has to offer in fashion & design, gastronomy, architecture and many more.. @turkey_home, @alexkatsaiti, @anotherfeather, @atmolex, @audiosoup, @candas, @civilking, @iconjane, @katia_mi, @nathparis, @nikkiogun, @vagfrag
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