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Flickr Illuminated Manuscript, Map of Western hemisphere within a windrose, from Book on Navigation, Walters Art Museum Ms. W.658, fol.24b detail
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Originally composed in 932 AH / 1525 CE and dedicated to Sultan Süleyman I ("The Magnificent"), this great work by Piri Reis (d. 962 AH / 1555 CE) on navigation was later revised and expanded. The present manuscript, made mostly in the late 11th AH / 17th CE century, is based on the later expanded version with some 240 exquisitely executed maps and portolan charts. They include a world map (fol.41a) with the outline of the Americas, as well as coastlines (bays, capes, peninsulas), islands, mountains and cities of the Mediterranean basin and the Black Sea. The work starts with the description of the coastline of Anatolia and the islands of the Aegean Sea, the Peloponnese peninsula and eastern and western coasts of the Adriatic Sea. It then proceeds to describe the western shores of Italy, southern France, Spain, North Africa, Palestine, Israel, Lebanon, Syria, western Anatolia, various islands north of Crete, Sea of Marmara, Bosporus and the Black Sea. It ends with a map of the shores of the the Caspian Sea (fol.374a).

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Flickr Half moon - on Black. Decorativer Halbmond ☪ auf der Damaszener Halle der Wilhelma in Stuttgart.
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Decorativer Halbmond ☪ auf der Damaszener Halle der Wilhelma in Stuttgart
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Das Symbol der Mondsichel, genauer gesagt des Neumonds, gab es bereits vor dem Islam und wurde erst später zur Zeit der Osmanen als Symbol für den Islam übernommen.

Die Sichel des Neumonds, arabisch Hilal, hat an sich keine religiös symbolische Bedeutung.

In die islamische Kunst wurde die Mondsichel als dekoratives Element übernommen. Beim Bau des Felsendomes in Jerusalem fand die Sichel Verwendung in Mosaiken. Auch islamische Münzen verwendeten das Motiv.

„The crescent is symbolic of the beginning of the lunar month according to the moslem calendar.

Stern und Halbmond, Symbol des Islam

Im religiösen Bereich fand das Symbol Verwendung als Abschlussmotiv von Minaretten oder auf Darstellungen der Ka'ba .

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Das Islamische Jahr richtet sich ausschließlich nach dem Mondkalender. Zahlreiche religiöse Feste und andere Termine hängen mit dem Erscheinen des neuen Mondes zusammen. So beginnt auch der Fastenmonat Ramadan erst mit dem Erscheinen der Mondsichel.
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Die islamische Zeitrechnung beginnt mit dem Datum der Flucht (arabisch -Hidschra-) des Propheten von Mekka nach Yathrib (Medinat al-nabi, kurz Medina) im Jahr 622 n. Chr. Das Jahr 622 n. Chr. ist das islamische Jahr eins.

Wenn es im Abendland -nach Christi Geburt- (n.Chr.) heißt, so heißt es in der islamischen Welt -nach der Hidschra- (n. H.).

Ein islamisches Jahr deckt sich nie mit einem christlichen, weil die Muslime das Jahr zu 12 Mondmonaten, die Christen aber das Jahr zu 12 Sonnenmonaten rechnen (365 Tage).

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Islam ist ein arabisches Wort und bezieht sich auf die Religion. Islam heißt übersetzt: "völlige Hingabe an einen einzigen Gott (arabisch Allah) bzw. "Unterwerfung unter den Willen Gottes". Das heißt auch, persönliche Opfer auf sich zu nehmen, um die Gebote dieses einzigen Gottes einzuhalten. Die Gläubigen des Islam nennt man Muslime.

Mohammed gilt als Überbringer (auch Gesandter oder Prophet) von Gottes Botschaft an die Menschen. Ihm wurde nach dem Glauben der Muslime die Religion des Islam in der Zeit 610 - 632 n. Chr. durch den Erzengel Gabriel offenbart.

Mohammed selbst wählte die Bezeichnung "Islam" für den von ihm verkündeten Glauben.


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Der goldene Halbmond

Als die Besatzung der Festung Wien erkannte, daß sie nicht länger werde standhalten können, begehrte sie vom Sultan einen zehntägigen Waffenstillstand, um ihrem Herrn einen Absagebrief zu übersenden. Wenn sie innerhalb der gesetzten Frist keine Hilfe erhalte, betrachte sie sich ihres Eides entbunden und wolle die Stadt übergeben. Zugleich bat sie, den Stephansturm zu schonen. Der Sultan willfahrte ihren Bitten, aber mit der Bedingung, daß sie anstatt des Kreuzes einen Halbmond auf die Spitze setze. Was die Belagerten auch taten. Die Übergabe jedoch verzögerten sie unter mancherlei Vorwänden, bis Sultan Süleyman wegen des einfallenden Winters die Belagerung abbrechen mußte.

Quelle: Teply, Karl, Türkische Sagen und Legenden um Wien, die Stadt des Goldenen Apfels der Deutschen, in: Österreichische Zeitschrift für Volkskunde 31 (1977), 225 - 284;

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Flickr Sultan Süleyman'a kalmadı böyle.. Hiçbir kitap yazmaz..
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Burg Siklos - Auffahrt zur Burg. Deutlich zu sehen ist die Zugbrücke.

Die Burg wurde vom Sultan Süleyman 1543 erobert und nahezu 150 Jahre lang als bedeutender Stützpunkt benutzt.

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Flickr Marmaris Castle, Turkey
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Marmaris Castle is located in Muğla province, Turkey.
Marmaris Castle was reconstructed by Süleyman the Magnificent during his expedition against Rhodes.
The Marmaris Castle is one of the few castles in Turkey that also possesses a museum. It is estimated to be 5000 years old from the first point a fort was placed in the location.
According to famous historian Herodotus the first city walls in Marmaris were constructed in 3,000 B.C., although the only written source about the construction of the castle by the renowned Ottoman traveler, Evliya Çelebi, in his work Seyahatname.
Çelebi, who visited Muğla and its vicinity in the 17th century, says Sultan Süleyman ordered the construction of the castle before his expedition to Rhodes and that the castle served as a military base during the expedition.
The castle was registered as a monumental structure in 1983 and opened as a museum in 1991.

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Flickr Sultan Süleyman Külliyesi
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Flickr Sultan Süleyman Köprüsü - Büyükçekmece
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Sultan Süleyman Köprüsü - Büyükçekmece

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Sultan Süleyman Köprüsü - Büyükçekmece

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Flickr Sultan Süleyman Köprüsü - Büyükçekmece
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Sultan Süleyman Köprüsü - Büyükçekmece

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Sultan Süleyman Köprüsü - Büyükçekmece

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Sultan Süleyman Köprüsü - Büyükçekmece

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Flickr suleymaniye camii
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Süleymaniye Mosque, the largest mosque in Istanbul

Built on the order of Sultan Süleyman (Süleyman the Magnificent), construction work began in 1550 and the mosque was finished in 1558.leymaniye Mosque, the largest mosque in Istanbul

Built on the order of Sultan Süleyman (Süleyman the Magnificent), construction work began in 1550 and the mosque was finished in 1558.

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According to Wikipedia, the Süleymaniye Mosque is an Ottoman imperial mosque located on the Third Hill of Istanbul, Turkey and is the largest mosque in the city, and one of the best-known sights of Istanbul. The mosque was built on the order of Sultan Süleyman (Süleyman the Magnificent), who was fortunate to be able to draw on the talents of the architectural genius of Mimar Sinan, The construction work began in 1550 and was finished in 1558. This "vast religious complex called the Süleymaniye blended Islamic and Byzantine architectural elements. It combines tall, slender minarets with large domed buildings supported by half domes in the style of the Byzantine church Hagia Sophia, which the Ottomans had converted into the mosque of Aya Sofya. Like the other imperial mosques in Istanbul, the mosque itself is preceded by a monumental courtyard on its west side. The courtyard at the Süleymaniye is of exceptional grandeur with a colonnaded peristyle with columns of marble, granite and porphyry. At the four corners of the courtyard are the four minarets, a number only allowable to mosques endowed by a sultan (princes and princesses could construct two minarets; others only one). The main dome is 174 feet (53 m) high and has a diameter of 90 feet (27.5 m). At the time it was built, the dome was the highest in the Ottoman Empire, when measured from sea level, but still lower from its base and smaller in diameter than that of Hagia Sophia.

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According to Wikipedia, the Süleymaniye Mosque is an Ottoman imperial mosque located on the Third Hill of Istanbul, Turkey and is the largest mosque in the city, and one of the best-known sights of Istanbul. The mosque was built on the order of Sultan Süleyman (Süleyman the Magnificent), who was fortunate to be able to draw on the talents of the architectural genius of Mimar Sinan, The construction work began in 1550 and was finished in 1558. This "vast religious complex called the Süleymaniye blended Islamic and Byzantine architectural elements. It combines tall, slender minarets with large domed buildings supported by half domes in the style of the Byzantine church Hagia Sophia, which the Ottomans had converted into the mosque of Aya Sofya. Like the other imperial mosques in Istanbul, the mosque itself is preceded by a monumental courtyard on its west side. The courtyard at the Süleymaniye is of exceptional grandeur with a colonnaded peristyle with columns of marble, granite and porphyry. At the four corners of the courtyard are the four minarets, a number only allowable to mosques endowed by a sultan (princes and princesses could construct two minarets; others only one). The main dome is 174 feet (53 m) high and has a diameter of 90 feet (27.5 m). At the time it was built, the dome was the highest in the Ottoman Empire, when measured from sea level, but still lower from its base and smaller in diameter than that of Hagia Sophia.
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According to Wikipedia, the Süleymaniye Mosque is an Ottoman imperial mosque located on the Third Hill of Istanbul, Turkey, is the largest mosque in the city, and is one of the best-known sights of Istanbul. The mosque was built on the order of Sultan Süleyman (Süleyman the Magnificent), who was fortunate to be able to draw on the talents of the architectural genius of Mimar Sinan, The construction work began in 1550 and was finished in 1558. This "vast religious complex called the Süleymaniye blended Islamic and Byzantine architectural elements. It combines tall, slender minarets with large domed buildings supported by half domes in the style of the Byzantine church Hagia Sophia, which the Ottomans had converted into the mosque of Aya Sofya. Like the other imperial mosques in Istanbul, the mosque itself is preceded by a monumental courtyard on its west side. The courtyard at the Süleymaniye is of exceptional grandeur with a colonnaded peristyle with columns of marble, granite and porphyry. At the four corners of the courtyard are the four minarets, a number only allowable to mosques endowed by a sultan (princes and princesses could construct two minarets; others only one). The main dome is 174 feet (53 m) high and has a diameter of 90 feet (27.5 m). At the time it was built, the dome was the highest in the Ottoman Empire, when measured from sea level, but still lower from its base and smaller in diameter than that of Hagia Sophia.
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According to Wikipedia, the Süleymaniye Mosque is an Ottoman imperial mosque located on the Third Hill of Istanbul, Turkey, is the largest mosque in the city, and is one of the best-known sights of Istanbul. The mosque was built on the order of Sultan Süleyman (Süleyman the Magnificent), who was fortunate to be able to draw on the talents of the architectural genius of Mimar Sinan, The construction work began in 1550 and was finished in 1558. This "vast religious complex called the Süleymaniye blended Islamic and Byzantine architectural elements. It combines tall, slender minarets with large domed buildings supported by half domes in the style of the Byzantine church Hagia Sophia, which the Ottomans had converted into the mosque of Aya Sofya. Like the other imperial mosques in Istanbul, the mosque itself is preceded by a monumental courtyard on its west side. The courtyard at the Süleymaniye is of exceptional grandeur with a colonnaded peristyle with columns of marble, granite and porphyry. At the four corners of the courtyard are the four minarets, a number only allowable to mosques endowed by a sultan (princes and princesses could construct two minarets; others only one). The main dome is 174 feet (53 m) high and has a diameter of 90 feet (27.5 m). At the time it was built, the dome was the highest in the Ottoman Empire, when measured from sea level, but still lower from its base and smaller in diameter than that of Hagia Sophia.
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According to Wikipedia, the Süleymaniye Mosque is an Ottoman imperial mosque located on the Third Hill of Istanbul, Turkey, is the largest mosque in the city, and is one of the best-known sights of Istanbul. The mosque was built on the order of Sultan Süleyman (Süleyman the Magnificent), who was fortunate to be able to draw on the talents of the architectural genius of Mimar Sinan, The construction work began in 1550 and was finished in 1558. This "vast religious complex called the Süleymaniye blended Islamic and Byzantine architectural elements. It combines tall, slender minarets with large domed buildings supported by half domes in the style of the Byzantine church Hagia Sophia, which the Ottomans had converted into the mosque of Aya Sofya. Like the other imperial mosques in Istanbul, the mosque itself is preceded by a monumental courtyard on its west side. The courtyard at the Süleymaniye is of exceptional grandeur with a colonnaded peristyle with columns of marble, granite and porphyry. At the four corners of the courtyard are the four minarets, a number only allowable to mosques endowed by a sultan (princes and princesses could construct two minarets; others only one). The main dome is 174 feet (53 m) high and has a diameter of 90 feet (27.5 m). At the time it was built, the dome was the highest in the Ottoman Empire, when measured from sea level, but still lower from its base and smaller in diameter than that of Hagia Sophia.

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The Süleymaniye Mosque was built on the order of Sultan Süleyman I, also known as Süleyman the Magnificent, who was the greatest and richest of all Ottoman sultans, and it crowns Istanbul’s highest of the seven hills. Read more about Süleymaniye Mosque here.

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The Süleymaniye Mosque was built on the order of Sultan Süleyman (Süleyman the Magnificent) “was fortunate to be able to draw on the talents of the architectural genius of Sinan Pasha” (481 Traditions and Encounters: Brief Global History). The construction work began in 1550 and the mosque was finished in 1558.
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De Grote Bazaar van Istanbul of Overdekte Bazaar (Turks: Kapalı Çarşı) in Istanbul is een van de grootste overdekte markten ter wereld met meer dan 58 straten, 1.200 winkels en heeft tussen de 250.000 en 400.000 bezoekers per dag. De bazaar is bekend voor zijn winkels voor sieraden, aardewerk, specerijgewassen en tapijten. Veel van de kraampjes in de bazaar zijn gegroepeerd per type van goederen, met speciale gebieden voor leren jassen, gouden sieraden en dergelijke. De bazaar is sterk uitgebreid in de 16e eeuw tijdens de heerschappij van sultan Süleyman I.

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The Süleymaniye Mosque, built on the order of Sultan Süleyman (Süleyman the Magnificent), was fortunate to be able to draw on the talents of the architectural genius of Mimar Sinan. The construction work began in 1550 and the mosque was finished in 1558.

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The Süleymaniye Mosque was built on the order of Sultan Süleyman (Süleyman the Magnificent) "was fortunate to be able to draw on the talents of the architectural genius of Mimar Sinan" (481 Traditions and Encounters: Brief Global History). The construction work began in 1550 and the mosque was finished in 1558.

This "vast religious complex called the Süleymaniye...blended Islamic and Byzantine architectural elements. It combines tall, slender minarets with large domed buildings supported by half domes in the style of the Byzantine church Hagia Sophia (which the Ottomans converted into the mosque of Aya Sofya)" (481 Traditions and Encounters: Brief Global History).

The design of the Süleymaniye also plays on Suleyman's self-conscious representation of himself as a 'second Solomon.' It references the Dome of the Rock, which was built on the site of the Temple of Solomon, as well as Justinian's boast upon the completion of the Hagia Sophia: "Solomon, I have surpassed thee!" The Süleymaniye, similar in magnificence to the preceding structures, asserts Suleyman's historical importance. The structure is nevertheless smaller in size than its older archetype, the Hagia Sophia.....

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Süleymaniye Camisi, Alanya, Antalya'da bulunan tarihi bir camidir.

Cami, Selçuklu Sultanı Alaaddin Keykubad tarafından kentin yeniden düzenlenmesi sırasında 1231 yılında kalenin zirve kısmında, İçkale'nin hemen dışında yaptırılmıştır. Ancak sonraki yıllarda cami yıkılmış ve 16. yüzyılda Osmanlı döneminde Kanuni Sultan Süleyman tarafından tekrar yaptırılmıştır.

Tek minareli cami, Alaaddin, Kale ya da Süleymaniye adıyla anılır. Yapı moloz taştan ve kare planlıdır. Sekizgen kasnak üzerine, kiremitli bir kubbesi vardır. Kubbenin askılık görevi üstlenen kısmına akustiği sağlamak için 15 küçük küp yerleştirilmiştir. İbadet sırasında bu özellik ortaya çıkmaktadır. Son cemaat yeri, dört ayak üzerine kiremitli üç kubbe ile örtülüdür. Kapı ve pencere kapakları Osmanlı döneminin ahşap oyma işçiliğinin güzel bir örneğidir.

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Süleymaniye Camisi, is a historical mosque in Alanya.

The mosque was built just outside innercastle of Alanya in 1231 when the city was being reconstructed by Kayqubad I, the Seljuk Sultan of Rum. However the mosque was not in good condition in the following years and it was rebuilt by Kanuni Sultan Süleyman (Suleyman The Magnificient) in the 16th century during the Ottoman Era.

The building is made of rubble stones and it is square in shape.
It has a brick dome based on an octagonal frame. Fifteen little earthenware jars were placed in the part functioning as the hanger of the dome in order to ensure its acoustics. That quality is felt during religious practice, The final public place is found below three brick domes on a four-foot basis. The covers of doors and windows are fine examples of wood carving of the Ottoman.

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The Süleymaniye Mosque (Turkish: Süleymaniye Camii) is an Ottoman imperial mosque located on the Third Hill of Istanbul, Turkey. It is the second largest mosque in the city, and one of the best-known sights of Istanbul.

The Mosque was built on the order of Sultan Süleyman (Süleyman the Magnificent) with the architectural genius of Sinan Pasha. The construction work began in 1550 and the mosque was finished in 1558.

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The entrance to the inner fortress of the Castle of Neratzia, Kos.

In the 14th century, in the period of Sultan Bayezid I, when the raids of the Ottomans on Kos had already been dangerous enough, the Knights of the Order of St. John who dominated the island, decided to construct the castle in order to assure the effective defense of the town and the island. Thus, according to travelers’ description, the first precinct had been built in late 14th century. Later on, between 1450 and 1478, a second precinct was added to surround the first one, with a wide and deep moat between the two. Contact of the two constructions was possible through a drawbridge. The inner fortress has four defensive towers; the southeastern of them had been incorporated to the outer wall, which has huge bastions at the corners, battlements and gun ports.

On several occasions during the 15th century the Ottomans failed to conquer the fortress. Finally, in June 1522 Sultan Süleyman the Magnificent attacked the Order's headquarters in Rhodos from the Bay of Marmaris with 200,000 soldiers. After the siege the city of Rhodos eventually fell in December 1522. The terms of surrender included the handing over of the Knights' fortresses in Kos and St. Peter's Castle in Bodrum. The Knights Hospitaller left Kos forever in January 1523.

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Flickr Kanuni Sultan Süleyman Köprüsü
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Büyükçekmece, İstanbul, 2011

Gölün üzerinde yapımı 1567 yılında tamamlanan, Mimar Sinan'ın Sultan Süleyman köprüsü yer alıyor. Mimar Sinan'ın en sevdiğim eserlerden birisi dediği ve imzası bulunan tek eserdir.

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Şehzadebaşı, Fatih, İstanbul
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Flickr Illuminated Manuscript, The island of Andros (Andre, Andra) in the northern Aegean Sea, from Book on Navigation, Walters Art Museum Ms. W.658, fol.118b
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Originally composed in 932 AH / 1525 CE and dedicated to Sultan Süleyman I ("The Magnificent"), this great work by Piri Reis (d. 962 AH / 1555 CE) on navigation was later revised and expanded. The present manuscript, made mostly in the late 11th AH / 17th CE century, is based on the later expanded version with some 240 exquisitely executed maps and portolan charts. They include a world map (fol.41a) with the outline of the Americas, as well as coastlines (bays, capes, peninsulas), islands, mountains and cities of the Mediterranean basin and the Black Sea. The work starts with the description of the coastline of Anatolia and the islands of the Aegean Sea, the Peloponnese peninsula and eastern and western coasts of the Adriatic Sea. It then proceeds to describe the western shores of Italy, southern France, Spain, North Africa, Palestine, Israel, Lebanon, Syria, western Anatolia, various islands north of Crete, Sea of Marmara, Bosporus and the Black Sea. It ends with a map of the shores of the the Caspian Sea (fol.374a).

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The flags of Malta and the Order of St. John over the walls of Fort St. Angelo in Birgu. The Order has recently returned to Malta, after signing an agreement with the Maltese Government which granted the Order the exclusive use of Fort St. Angelo for 99 years. Located in the town of Birgu, the Fort belonged to the Knights from 1530 until the island was occupied by Napoleon.

The Order of St. John of Jerusalem is one of the oldest institutions of Western and Christian civilisation. Present in Palestine in around 1050, it is a lay religious Order, traditionally of military, chivalrous, noble nature.
The Order is a sovereign subject of international law, with its own constitution, passports, stamps, and public institutions. The 79th Grand Master, Fra’ Matthew Festing, was elected Head of the Order for life on March 11th 2008. The Order has diplomatic relations with 104 countries.

Since its foundation 960 years ago, many names have been used to identify the Order and its members. The official name of the Order is the Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of St. John of Jerusalem of Rhodes and of Malta. The knights were initially called the Knights Hospitaller (or Hospitallers) to describe their mission. But they were also called the Knights of St. John because of the Order’s patron saint, St. John Baptist, and also of Jerusalem because of their presence in the Holy Land. Also used in the past was the term The Religion to emphasise the characteristic of religious confraternity. Since the mid-16th century, they have also been called the Knights of Malta.

The Hospitallers were a group of men attached to a hospital in Jerusalem that was founded by Blessed Gerard around 1023. During the First Crusade in 1099 the organisation became a religious and military order under its own charter, and was charged with the care and defence of the Holy Land.
With the Bull of 15 February 1113, Pope Paschal II approved the foundation of the Order and placed it under the aegis of the Holy See, granting it the right to freely elect its superiors without interference from other secular or religious authorities.

The Knights Hospitaller and the Knights Templar, formed in 1119, became the most powerful Christian groups in the Holy Land. The heavy cavalry of the Order became the elite troops of the Crusaders. The order came to distinguish itself in battles with the Muslims, its soldiers wearing a black surcoat with a white cross. On the battlefield they shared with the Templars the most perilous posts, alternately holding the van and rear guard.
At the height of the Kingdom of Jerusalem, the Hospitallers held seven great fortresses and 140 other forts in the Holy Land. The two largest of these, their bases of power in the Kingdom and in the Principality of Antioch, were Krak des Chevaliers and Margat in Syria.

When the last Christian stronghold in the Holy Land, Acre fell in 1291, the Order settled first in Cyprus and then, in 1310, led by Grand Master Fra’ Foulques de Villaret, on the island of Rhodes. From then, the defence of the Christian world required the organisation of a naval force. Thus the Order built a powerful fleet and sailed the Eastern Mediterranean, fighting many famous battles for the sake of Christendom – for example, the Crusades in Syria and Egypt.
In 1523, after six months of siege and fierce combat against the fleet and army of Sultan Süleyman the Magnificent, the Knights were forced to surrender in 1523 and left Rhodes with military honours.

The Order remained without a territory of its own until 1530, when Grand Master Fra’ Philippe de Villiers de l’Isle Adam took possession of the island of Malta, granted to the Order by Emperor Charles V with the approval of Pope Clement VII.
In 1565 the Knights, led by Grand Master Fra’ Jean de la Vallette (after whom the capital of Malta, Valletta, was named), defended the island for more than three months during the Great Siege by the Turks.
From Malta the Hospitallers continued their actions against the Muslims and especially the Barbary pirates. The fleet of the Order, then one of the most powerful in the Mediterranean, contributed to the ultimate destruction of the Ottoman naval power in the Battle of Lepanto in 1571.

Two hundred years later, in 1798, Napoleon Bonaparte occupied Malta for its strategic value during his Egyptian campaign. Because of the Order’s Rule prohibiting them to raise weapons against other Christians, the knights were forced to leave Malta.
In 1834 the Order settled definitively in Rome, where it owns, with extraterritoriality status, the Magistral Palace in Via Condotti and the Magistral Villa on the Aventine Hill.

The original hospitaller mission became once again the main activity of the Order, growing ever stronger during the last century. Large-scale hospitaller and charitable activities were carried out during World Wars I and II.
The Order of Malta remains true to its inspiring principles, defence of the Faith and assistance to the poor and the suffering, which become reality through the voluntary work carried out by Dames and Knights in humanitarian assistance and medical and social activities. Today the Order carries out these activities in over 120 countries.

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Büyükçekmece (Sultan Süleyman) Köprüsü

Büyükçekmece İlçesi ile Mimarsinan Beldesi'ni birbirine bağlayan köprü 1567 yılında yapılmış. Büyükçekmece Gölü üzerinde bulunuyor. Köprünün yapımına, Kanuni Sultan Süleyman Zigetvar Seferi'ne çıkarken başlanmış. Kanuni'nin ölümünden sonra II. Selim köprünün tamamlanmasını emretmiş ve köprü ilk defa Zigetvar Seferi dönüşünde kullanılmış. Mimar Sinan bu köprüden en çok sevdiğim eserlerimden biri diye bahseder. Köprü yaya trafiğine açıktır.

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Sultan Süleyman Köprüsü, Büyükçekmece, İstanbul

KÖPRÜNÜN KİTABESİ

Abdullah oğlu Yusuf’un eseridir. Tanrı ona ve bizzat çalışanlara mağfiret etsün

"Bu güzel köprünün ve değerli geçidin temelini Allah Taâlânın rizası için Selim Hânın oğlu Sultan oğlu Sultan, Süleyman Hân attı. – Yâ Rabb onu sırat ve mizânın tehlikesinden koru.-

Bunu müteakip merhum mâğfur deni dünyadan rahmet canibine ve cennete intikal etti.

Sonra en büyük Sultan, ulu Hâkaan Arab ve Acem meliklerinin efendisi, dünyada ve âhırette Allah’ın gölgesi Sultan oğlu Sultan Selim Hân ( İbn es-Sultan Süleyman ibn es-Sultan Selim ibn es-Sultan Bayazid ibn es-Sultan Muhammed ibn es-Sultan Murad ibn es -sultan Muhammed ibn es –Sultan Bayazid ibn es-Sultan Murad ibn es-Sultan Orhan ibn es-Sultan Osman ) onun taht-ı saltanatına oturdu ve H.975 yılında bu köprüyü tamamladı.

Zamanın sonuna kadar Allah, devletini ebedi kılsın ve Kur-ân hürmetine ikisinin hayratını kabul eylesin. "

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Flickr Illuminated Manuscript Map of the Bay of Salonica (Selānīk,Thessalonici) and the western coastline, from Book on Navigation, Walters Art Museum Ms. W.658, fol.52b
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Originally composed in 932 AH / 1525 CE and dedicated to Sultan Süleyman I ("The Magnificent"), this great work by Piri Reis (d. 962 AH / 1555 CE) on navigation was later revised and expanded. The present manuscript, made mostly in the late 11th AH / 17th CE century, is based on the later expanded version with some 240 exquisitely executed maps and portolan charts. They include a world map (fol.41a) with the outline of the Americas, as well as coastlines (bays, capes, peninsulas), islands, mountains and cities of the Mediterranean basin and the Black Sea. The work starts with the description of the coastline of Anatolia and the islands of the Aegean Sea, the Peloponnese peninsula and eastern and western coasts of the Adriatic Sea. It then proceeds to describe the western shores of Italy, southern France, Spain, North Africa, Palestine, Israel, Lebanon, Syria, western Anatolia, various islands north of Crete, Sea of Marmara, Bosporus and the Black Sea. It ends with a map of the shores of the the Caspian Sea (fol.374a).

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İstanbul’un caddelerini süsleyen lale çiçeklerin kraliçesidir. 70’e yakın çeşidi vardır. En ilginç çeşidi de Hakkari ve Şemdinli yakınlarında yetişen “Ters Lale” dir. Anadolu bu çok ender görülen çeşidiyle birlikte lale cenneti sayılır. Avrupa bu benzersiz çiçekle 16. yüzyılda tanıştı. Kanuni Sultan Süleyman tarafından Hollanda Kralı’na gönderilen “tülbent lalesi” kısa zamanda Avrupa’da çılgın bir modaya dönüştü. Bu isim zaman içinde değişti ve “tülbent” adı “tulipa” ya dönerek lalenin “bilimsel” adı oldu.
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Kanuni Sultan Süleyman Türbesi is an Ottoman imperial mosque, being the second largest mosque in the city. This is located on the second Hill of Istanbul, Turkey and is one of the best-known sights of the city.

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Halk arasında Mimar Sinan Köprüsü olarak anılıyor. Eserin 16.yy da Kanuni Sultan Süleyman tarafından Mimar Sinan'a yaptırıldığı söylenmekte ve Kocaeli ile Dilovası'na ait bütün resmi ve yerel internet sitelerinde bu bilgi ortaya koyulmakta ancak köprü ile ilgili bir başka efsane ise 1650’lerde hac yolu üzerinde olduğu ve doğu seferlerine giden ordunun geçit yolu üzerinde gerekli olduğu için padişah 4.Mehmet döneminde yaptırıldığı. Uzunluğu 65 metre olan köprü 3 gözlüdür ve herhangi bir kitabesi yok. Dilderesi üzerinde bulunan köprü derede atıklar, berbat koku ve etrafındaki sanayileşme nedeni ile pek iç açıcı bir konumda değil. Köprü araç trafiğine kapalı olup giriş çıkışlarına araç trafiğini engellemek için betonlar monte edilmiş. Kocaeli sınırları içerisindeki 3 değerli tarihi köprüden biri...

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Flickr Rodos
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Ruiny zamku Feraklos na wyspie Rodos stoją na szczycie 150 metrowego skalistego wzgórza, górując ponad rybacką wioską Charaki. Przed przybyciem Rycerzy św. Jana z Cypru na Rodos, wyspę (formalnie należąca do Bizancjum) zajmowali arabscy piraci, którzy wykorzystywali zamek przez jakiś czas jako swoją twierdzę. Joannici zajęli Rodos wraz z innymi wyspami Dodekanezu w 1306 roku, usunęli piratów i wzmocnili zamek, przekształcając go w jedną z najsilniejszych fortec na wyspie. Jego lokalizacja na wschodnim wybrzeżu Rodos, naprzeciw wybrzeża Azji Mniejszej, czyniła go wyśmienitym punktem obserwacyjnym i pozwalała na monitorowanie żeglugi na tym akwenie.
Zamek służył również jako więzenie, zarówno dla jeńców wojennych, jak i arabskich i tureckich kupców schwytanych podczas morskich rajdów Szpitalników po wschodnich rubieżach Morza Śródziemnego. Kupcy byli zwalniani po zapłaceniu sowitego okupu.
W roku 1445 twierdzę bezskutecznie zaatakowali Turcy, w jednej z pierwszych prób zdobycia Rodos. Ostatecznie Feraklos wpadło w ich ręce po drugim oblężeniu wyspy, kiedy potężna armia sułtana Sulejmana Wspaniałego w końcu pokonała Joannitów usuwając ich z całego Dodekanezu. Feraklos upadło 3 stycznia 1523 r., dwa tygodnie po kapitulacji miasta Rodos, stolicy zakonnego państwa.

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Ruins of the Feraklos Castle in the island of Rhodos stand on the top of a 150 m high rocky hill overlooking the fishing village of Charaki.
Before the arrival of the Knights of St. John to Rhodos from Cyprus, the island (which formally belonged to the Byzantine Empire) had been temporarily seized by Arab pirates, who used the fortress as a stronghold for a number of years. When the Knights took over the Dodecanese in 1306, they ejected the pirates, and strengthened the castle turning Feraklos into one of the best fortified fortesses in Rhodos. Its location, on the eastern coast of the island opposite the coast of Asia Minor made it a great look-out post from where the ship traffic could be closely monitored.
The castle also served as a prison where both prisoners-of-war and also Arab and Turkish merchants were held. Merchants caught by the Knights during their naval raids in eastern Mediterranean were released after they had paid a large sum of ransom.
In 1445 the castle came under attack by the Ottoman Turks, in one of their first attempts to gain entry into Rhodes, but they did not succeed. Feraklos eventually fell into Turkish hands after the Second Siege of Rhodos, when the mighty army of Sultan Süleyman the Magnificent defeated the Knights Hospitaller and expelled them from entire Dodecanese archipelago. Feraklos surrendered on 3rd January 1523, two weeks after the surrender of the city of Rhodos, the capital of the Knights Hospitaller State in Dodecanese.

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Flickr Rodos
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Ruiny zamku Feraklos na wyspie Rodos stoją na szczycie 150 metrowego skalistego wzgórza, górując ponad rybacką wioską Charaki. Przed przybyciem Rycerzy św. Jana z Cypru na Rodos, wyspę (formalnie należąca do Bizancjum) zajmowali arabscy piraci, którzy wykorzystywali zamek przez jakiś czas jako swoją twierdzę. Joannici zajęli Rodos wraz z innymi wyspami Dodekanezu w 1306 roku, usunęli piratów i wzmocnili zamek, przekształcając go w jedną z najsilniejszych fortec na wyspie. Jego lokalizacja na wschodnim wybrzeżu Rodos, naprzeciw wybrzeża Azji Mniejszej, czyniła go wyśmienitym punktem obserwacyjnym i pozwalała na monitorowanie żeglugi na tym akwenie.
Zamek służył również jako więzenie, zarówno dla jeńców wojennych, jak i arabskich i tureckich kupców schwytanych podczas morskich rajdów Szpitalników po wschodnich rubieżach Morza Śródziemnego. Kupcy byli zwalniani po zapłaceniu sowitego okupu.
W roku 1445 twierdzę bezskutecznie zaatakowali Turcy, w jednej z pierwszych prób zdobycia Rodos. Ostatecznie Feraklos wpadło w ich ręce po drugim oblężeniu wyspy, kiedy potężna armia sułtana Sulejmana Wspaniałego w końcu pokonała Joannitów usuwając ich z całego Dodekanezu. Feraklos upadło 3 stycznia 1523 r., dwa tygodnie po kapitulacji miasta Rodos, stolicy zakonnego państwa.

* * *

Ruins of the Feraklos Castle in the island of Rhodos stand on the top of a 150 m high rocky hill overlooking the fishing village of Charaki.
Before the arrival of the Knights of St. John to Rhodos from Cyprus, the island (which formally belonged to the Byzantine Empire) had been temporarily seized by Arab pirates, who used the fortress as a stronghold for a number of years. When the Knights took over the Dodecanese in 1306, they ejected the pirates, and strengthened the castle turning Feraklos into one of the best fortified fortesses in Rhodos. Its location, on the eastern coast of the island opposite the coast of Asia Minor made it a great look-out post from where the ship traffic could be closely monitored.
The castle also served as a prison where both prisoners-of-war and also Arab and Turkish merchants were held. Merchants caught by the Knights during their naval raids in eastern Mediterranean were released after they had paid a large sum of ransom.
In 1445 the castle came under attack by the Ottoman Turks, in one of their first attempts to gain entry into Rhodes, but they did not succeed. Feraklos eventually fell into Turkish hands after the Second Siege of Rhodos, when the mighty army of Sultan Süleyman the Magnificent defeated the Knights Hospitaller and expelled them from entire Dodecanese archipelago. Feraklos surrendered on 3rd January 1523, two weeks after the surrender of the city of Rhodos, the capital of the Knights Hospitaller State in Dodecanese.

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Flickr Sultan Süleyman-mosaic
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Kanuni Sultan Süleyman. Muhteşem Süleyman. Cam mozaikle yapılmıştır. Glass mosaic on mdf
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Flickr Kanuni Sultan Süleyman'ın Tuğrası
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Flickr Sultan Süleyman Camii
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Flickr Sultan Süleyman
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The yard outside the Suleyman mosque in Istanbul.

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Flickr II. Sultan Süleyman
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