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Charles Lebrun Guillaume - The Love Toke

Charles Lebrun Guillaume - The Love Toke

Street scene in Cairo

Street scene in Cairo

Market tutorial by neisbeis.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Market tutorial by neisbeis.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Osmanlı Devri'nde Galata..

Osmanlı Devri'nde Galata..

Another Galata Tower watercolour

Another Galata Tower watercolour

Al Madina Al Monowera in the days of the Ottoman Empire

Al Madina Al Monowera in the days of the Ottoman Empire

Beautiful Painting of The Ottoman Empire

Beautiful Painting of The Ottoman Empire

spring time in Ottoman İstanbul

spring time in Ottoman İstanbul


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Bazaar Street in Cairo - Frans Wilhelm Odelmark

Bazaar Street in Cairo - Frans Wilhelm Odelmark

Ottoman Cafe (Islambol, Ottoman Caliphate) -Amadeo Preziosi (Painter; 1816-1882 CE)

Ottoman Cafe (Islambol, Ottoman Caliphate) -Amadeo Preziosi (Painter; 1816-1882 CE)

Sultan Ahmed Mosque (Blue Mosque), Istanbul, Turkey - 13 Fascinating Places Spiced Up with Amazing Architecture

Sultan Ahmed Mosque (Blue Mosque), Istanbul, Turkey - 13 Fascinating Places Spiced Up with Amazing Architecture

Taksim-istiklal-Beyoğlu İstanbul/Turkey

Taksim-istiklal-Beyoğlu İstanbul/Turkey

"The Tortoise Trainer" by Osman Hamdi Bey, Pera Museum, Istanbul 1906

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"The Tortoise Trainer" by Osman Hamdi Bey, Pera Museum, Istanbul 1906

Sultan Mehmed II's entry into Constantinople. Byzantium is a term used by modern historians to refer to the later Roman Empire. In its time, the empire ruled from Constantinople (or "New Rome" as Constantine had officially named it) was considered simply "the Roman Empire." In Mehmed's view, he was the successor to the Roman Emperor, declaring himself Kayser-i Rum, literally "Caesar of Rome" that is, of the Roman Empire.

Days that live in Infamy: The Fall of Constantinople

Sultan Mehmed II's entry into Constantinople. Byzantium is a term used by modern historians to refer to the later Roman Empire. In its time, the empire ruled from Constantinople (or "New Rome" as Constantine had officially named it) was considered simply "the Roman Empire." In Mehmed's view, he was the successor to the Roman Emperor, declaring himself Kayser-i Rum, literally "Caesar of Rome" that is, of the Roman Empire.

Instabul, Turkey

Instabul, Turkey

[Ottoman Empire] Ottoman Women and Wooden Istanbul Houses, 1900s (Osmanlı Kadınları ve Ahşap İstanbul Evleri)

[Ottoman Empire] Ottoman Women and Wooden Istanbul Houses, 1900s (Osmanlı Kadınları ve Ahşap İstanbul Evleri)

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