Two men at a public fountain. Istanbul, late 19th century.
image courtesy of George Vassiadis- image courtesy of George Vassiadis The 1924-25 Jacques Pervititch map showing the location of the cemeteries in Tatavla (Greek Orthodox), Feriköy (Latin and Protestant) and Şişli (Greek Orthodox, Armenian Orthodox, Armenian Catholic and Jewish). Also the old Armenian Orthodox cemetery of Pangalti (razed in the late 1920s or 1930s) and a small Islamic Cemetery at Matchka (does it still exist?).
simitci cocuklar 1910 lar
Neyzen Tevfik… Eski yazıyla boynunda ”hiç” yazıyor.
cityzenart: Turkish Style
Galata Mawlavi House Rumi Mawlavi Music & Sema Ensemble Education Culture & Beneficiary Association - Turkish Musical Instruments
Kids of Istanbul, 1902.
Tesbihci / Eski Galata köprüsü altı - 1970 ler (Ara Güler)