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22:02, 27 February 2017 Monday
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20:05, 09 October 2015 Friday
An Extraordinary City in the Islamic Conquest Bukhara

The Muslim Arabs Fought for the Islamisation of Bukhara

20:07, 08 October 2015 Thursday
Clock Towers An Ottoman Heritage from the Balkans to the

One of the most important architectural heritage left by the Ottoman's cities are the clock towers that extends from the Balkans to the Middle East.

16:54, 16 September 2015 Wednesday
Ebu'l Feth Mosque in Rumeli Fortress

Built in 1452 and ruined in the 18th century, the minaret and the wall of Ebul Feth Mosque is standing. Expected to be restored again, the elite group is opposing.

14:26, 20 December 2014 Saturday
Goree Island quot Door Of No Return quot for African-Americans

Now a museum, Goree Island is a focal point for African-Americans who wish to explore their African heritage.

11:19, 06 December 2014 Saturday
Hagia Sophia The Initial Meridian of the Ottomans

Today, the suburb Greenwich, in London is used as the First Meridian when determining geographical location and time. It has been recently discovered that during the Ottoman empire however the Hagia Sophia Mosque was accepted and used as the First Meridian.

13:54, 13 May 2014 Tuesday
Baghdad Eye witness accounts throughout the ages

Though the name ‘Baghdad’ is synonymous with the Islamic Golden age, it in fact never even existed in the collective consciousness of the Muslim empire until 130 years after the death of the Prophet Muhammad.

16:06, 11 December 2013 Wednesday
The mosques of Ottoman Athens

While it is not quite clear when exactly the Fethiye Mosque in Athens was constructed, it is believed that its design was a basis for the designs of many of Istanbul’s prestigious mosques, including Sultanahmet.

12:04, 25 September 2013 Wednesday
Europe s first coffee house and Sadullah Pasha

How did the Germans, who are famous for their fondness of beer, greet the introduction of the first coffee house?

12:22, 19 September 2013 Thursday
The abandoned praying area in Sofia

Having been ruled by Ottomans for so long, Sofia unfortunately lost its unique historical architectural background and identity due to ideologically motivated steps taken to erase Ottoman remnants in the city.

18:02, 18 September 2013 Wednesday
Blue Mosque has a twin sister in Beirut

The largest mosque in Lebanon has many architectural similarities with the gigantic Blue Mosque in Istanbul.

17:22, 16 July 2013 Tuesday
The place of first azan in Africa Kairouan

Kairouan is the first city where the Azan, Islamic call for pray, was practiced in Africa.

14:45, 16 July 2013 Tuesday
Ottoman village Goynuk

Goynuk village still protects its historical Ottoman silhouette.



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