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444 The fluid lines of classic retro styling, artfully executed in solid wood. To achieve this shape, artisans first laminate a multitude of thin wood layers together then carefully bend them into the final design. Topped with a shade of pure cotton in a neutral off-white. Features: -Floor lamp. -Wood collection. -Off white cotton linen shade. -UL listed. Specifications: -Accommodates (1) 100W 3 way medium base bulb. -Shade dimensions: 25'' H x 14'' - 15'' W. -Overall dimensions: 57'' H x 15'' W.82% (18)
10.7.10 appreciation by all creeds. The Blue Mosque, Sultanahmet, Istanbul, Turkey
The Blue Mosque - Istanbul, Turkey. History: The Blue Mosque was commissioned by Sultan Ahmet I when he was only 19 years old. It was built near the Hagia Sophia, over the site of the ancient hippodrome and Byzantine imperial palace (whose mosaics can be seen in the nearby Mosaic Museum). Construction work began in 1609 and took seven years. The mosque was designed by architect Mehmet Aga, whose unfortunate predecessor was found wanting and executed. Sultan Ahmet was so anxious for his magnificent creation to be completed that he often assisted in the work. Sadly, he died just a year after the completion of his masterpiece, at the age of 27. He is buried outside the mosque with his wife and three sons. The original mosque complex included a madrasa, a hospital, a han, a primary school, a market, an imaret and the tomb of the founder. Most of these buildings were torn down in the 19th century. The 20,000 magnificent blue ceramic tiles covering much of the interior of the Blue Mosque and giving the mosque its nickname are the first things noticed when entering. These tiles are quite splendid and were produced in Iznik, which was once known as Nicaea in early Christian times. Workers in Isnik, about 55 miles from Istanbul, used local deposits of fine clay to create their pottery, which is similar to porcelain. Sultan Ahmet banned others from ordering tiles from Isnik while the Blue Mosque was under construction, which may have contributed to the industry's subsequent decline in the 17th century. Sultan Ahmed Mosque From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Sultan Ahmed Mosque Basic information Location Istanbul, Turkey Geographic coordinates 41°00?20?N 28°58?39?E? / ?41.005483°N 28.977385°E? / 41.005483; 28.977385 Affiliation Islam Architectural description Architect(s) Sedefhar Mehmet Aga Architectural type Mosque Architectural style Islamic, Late Classical Ottoman Completed 1616 Specifications Capacity 10,000 Length 72 m Width 64 m Dome height (outer) 43 m Minaret(s) 6 The Sultan Ahmed Mosque (Turkish: Sultanahmet Camii) is a historical mosque in Istanbul, the largest city in Turkey and the capital of the Ottoman Empire (from 1453 to 1923). The mosque is popularly known as the Blue Mosque for the blue tiles adorning the walls of its interior. It was built between 1609 and 1616, during the rule of Ahmed I. Like many other mosques, it also comprises a tomb of the founder, a madrasah and a hospice. While still used as a mosque, the Sultan Ahmed Mosque has also become a popular tourist attractio After the Peace of Zsitvatorok and the unfavorable result of the wars with Persia, Sultan Ahmed I decided to build a large mosque in Istanbul as recompense. This would be the first imperial mosque to be built in more than forty years. Whereas his predecessors had paid for their mosques with their war booty, Sultan Ahmed I had to withdraw the funds from the treasury, because he had not won any notable victories. This provoked the anger of the ulema, the Muslim legal scholars. The mosque was to be built on the site of the palace of the Byzantine emperors, facing the Hagia Sophia (at that time the most venerated mosque in Istanbul) and the hippodrome, a site of great symbolic significance. Large parts of the southern side of the mosque rest on the foundation and vaults of the Great Palace. Several palaces had already built there, most notably the palace of Sokollu Mehmet Pasa, so these first had to be bought at a considerable cost and pulled down. Large parts of the Sphendone (curved tribune with U-shaped structure of the hippodrome) were also removed to make room for the new mosque. Construction of the mosque started in August 1609 when the sultan himself came to break the first sod. It was his intention that this would become the first mosque of his empire. He appointed his royal architect Sedefhar Mehmet Aga, a pupil and senior assistant of the famous architect Mimar Sinan to be in charge of the construction. The organization of the work was described in meticulous detail in eight volumes, now found in the library of the Topkap? Palace. The opening ceremonies were held in 1617 (although the inscription on the gate of the mosque says 1616). The sultan could now pray in the royal box (hunkar mahfil). The building was not yet finished in this last year of his reign, as the last accounts were signed by his successor Mustafa I. Known as the Blue Mosque, Sultan Ahmed Mosque is one of the most impressive monuments in the world. The mosque was depicted on the reverse of the Turkish 500 lira banknotes of 1953-1976(The mosque seen from the upper gallery of Hagia Sophia) The design of the Sultan Ahmed Mosque is the culmination of two centuries of both Ottoman mosque and Byzantine church development. It incorporates some Byzantine elements of the neighboring Hagia Sophia with traditional Islamic architecture and is considered to be the last great mosque of the classical period. The architect has ably"The Gnubie Store" at Powder Mill has it all here in this photo.. look around and see ALL OF THESE WERE FREE!
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Light up your life or at least your dollhouse with new 1/2-inch scale lighting from Housworks!These extremely high-quality 12V working lights are perfectly scaled in every detail, down to their delicate, easy to replace bi-pin bulbs and the plug is included. Special Introductory Price! Frosted plastic shade unscrews to allow access for bulb replacement. Uses replacement bulbs # H2207. 3/4"W x 1 3/4"H This light has a bi-pin bulb that, for protection, has not been installed prior to shipping. The bulb is in a small plastic bag attached to the cord. It may be inserted into the socket by placing the wires into the two holes on the socket. Be sure that the wires are straight; they may be trimmed if they are too long.Related topics:
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