Muhteşem Ötesi Yıllar ... KASTAMONU - 1928 ...

Muhteşem Ötesi Yıllar ... KASTAMONU - 1928 ...

Hand Printed Textiles~ 'Yazma' is the name given to the application of designs to textiles either directly with a brush called “kalem”, or using a wooden mold carved in relief. The major centers for this art in the Ottoman period were Amasra, Bartin, Diyarbakir, Gaziantep, Hatay, Istanbul, Kastamonu, Tokat, Yozgat and Zile. The specimens from Istanbul rose to prominence with its hand-painted 'Kandilli' textiles, highly prized for their artistry, in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries.

'Yazma' is the name given to the application of designs to textiles either directly with a brush called “kalem”, or using a wooden mold carved in relief. The major centers for this

1928 KASTAMONU   CUMHURİYET MEYDANI

1928 KASTAMONU CUMHURİYET MEYDANI

Kastamonu, Türkiye

Kastamonu, Türkiye

ESKİ VEREM HASTAHANESİ(Şimdi Rehabilitasyon Merkezi) sanırım

ESKİ VEREM HASTAHANESİ(Şimdi Rehabilitasyon Merkezi) sanırım

Kastamonu 1931 (Şimdiki Rektörlük)

Kastamonu 1931 (Şimdiki Rektörlük)

Pazı ekmeği, bread made with chard and herbs (scallion greens and parsley, usually), was also out in force at the Kastamonu market. We know this bread well from Inebolu and to tell the truth this version was a pale comparison of that made by the talented baker woman we usually buy from there. That said, it was one of maybe 10 loaves left for sale in the entire market -- early risers will probably score a tastier loaf.

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Tosya, 11.10.1935 İlk Pirinç Bayramı

Tosya, 11.10.1935 İlk Pirinç Bayramı

Tosya Pirinç Pazarı, 1934

Tosya Pirinç Pazarı, 1934

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