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The Board and my Boss have agreed on sending me abroad over to Istanbul, Turkey where east meets west. Istanbul is one of the most well-known and culturally diverse cities of the world, being the seat of the Byzantium empire (Eastern Roman empire) at 324AD surviving the 5th century fragmentation and fall of the western Roman ...
... 15am. The Mosque was constructed in the 14th century, however is in very pristine order. The mosques has 6 marinettes, which means that it is a very important mosque, having been authories by very high authorities of the country. If they have only one marinette, they are only a local mosque. The height to the top of the dome is 46m. We spent around 20 minutes in the mosque taking photographs etc.
From the Blue Mosque, our team ...
... t know how to get home. They had an entire section dedicated to leather (belts, coats, wallets, purses, etc). They had a few isles filled with Turkish rugs. There tons of shoe stores, may or may not have been knock offs. Several stores with the traditional Turkish gifts and items like plates, tea sets, hookahs, scarves, and things to hang as decoration. And then there was the jewelry, and there was a lot of it. Mostly gold but very elaborate pieces. ...
... for that was the work of another caste. Caste is core to the identity of Indians, determining the sort of work they can do, whom they can marry, and all aspects of how they live. And, of course, there are the gods. Temples, gods and rituals abound, and there are all those stories about the multi-armed, multi-personality gods and goddesses. Do Indians really believe all those stories? Do Christians really believe all those stories of the saints? According ...
... order to his royal architect Sinan to build a mosque, the Süleymaniye, surrounded by a külliye consisting of four colleges, a soup kitchen, a hospital, an asylum, a Turkish bath, a caravanserai and a hospice for travellers (tabhane).Suleymaniye mosque link..
Sinan, now heading a powerful department with a great number of assistants, finished this formidable task in seven years. Before Süleymaniye, no mosques had been built with half cubic roofs. He got the idea of half cubic ...