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[C̦inili köșkü (tiled palace) museum]

By photographer. Abdullah frères

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Title translated from album caption.Captioned in Ottoman Turkish and French.No. 10.No. 110.One of the oldest examples of Ottoman civil architecture in Istanbul, used as Müse-yi Hümayun (Empire Museum) between 1875 and 1891. Since the 1950s, it has been used as the Museum of Turkish Tiles and Ceramics.In album: Palaces, mosques, monuments, and other structures, Istanbul and environs, Ottoman Empire.Forms part of: Abdul-Hamid II Collection (Library of Congress)

Topics: Pavilions--Turkey--Istanbul--1880-1900., Galleries & museums--Turkey--Istanbul--1880-1900.
Year: 1880
OAI identifier: oai:lcoa1.loc.gov:loc.pnp/cph.3b27883
Provided by: American Memory
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