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Doal talar ile birlikte t

Doal talar ile birlikte tasarlanm Osmanl motifleri parmaklarnz sslesin! https://www.aniyuzuk.com/osmanli-tugrasi-motifli-yuzuk https://www.aniyuzuk.com/osmanli-armasi-motifli-yuzuk Telefon: 0(850) 259 18 45 WhatsApp: 0(505) 996 34 19 cretsiz Kargo Kapda deme Havale Kredi Kartna 4 Taksit ade & Deiim mkan #gm #gmyzk #gumus #gumusyuzuk #yuzuk #yzk #silver #vatan #ring #erkekyzk #erkekyuzugu #ayyildiz #Trk #Turk #Trkiye #Turkiye #bayrak #trkbayra #osmanli #gokturkce #turkaskeri #sehitlerolmez #vatanblnmez #turkbayragi #trkbayragi #bayrak #ataturk #osmanli #osmanlidevleti #osmanliimparatorlugu

Zaman tnelinde yolculuk

Zaman tnelinde yolculuk Sultanahmet Camii (Resimler 1900-1940 yllarna aittir.) Sultan I.Ahmet tarafndan yaptrlmtr. Yapm almas 1609 ylnda balam 1616 ylnda tamamlanmtr.Sultan Ahmet Camii'nin birok nemli zellii lkemizdeki en nemli camilerinden birisi olmasna sebep olmutur. lkemizde yaplm olan ilk 6 minareli camii olma zelliine sahiptir. (Gnmzde bu cami ile birlikte toplam 4 camimiz 6 minarelidir) Minarelerin 4 tanesi cami kenarnda iki tanesi ise avludadr. Cami kelerinde bulunan 4 minare 3 erefeli olup avluda bulunan 2 minare 2 erefelidir. Mimar dnemin nl mimarlarndan Mimar Sedefkar Mehmet Aadr. SultanAhmet Camii'nin sslemesi znik inileri ile yaplm olup zellikle znik inilerinden mavi, yeil ve beyaz iniler kullanldndan i taraf ve kubbeleri mavi arlkl renktedir. Bu sebeple baz yabanclar tarafndan Mavi Camii (Blue Mosque)olarak isimlendirilmitir.stanbul ilimizin nemli ve byk tarihi yaplarndan birini tekil eder. Sadece tek bir cami olmayp klliyesi iinde birok eseri barndrmaktr. rnein ierisinde medrese, hnkr kasr, dkknlar, hamam, eme, sebiller, trbe, sbyan mektebi darifa, imarethane bulunmaktadr. #zamantnelindeyolculuk #sultanahmetmosque #sultanahmet #sultanahmetcamii #sultanahmetbluemosque #istanbul #fatih #trkiye #siyahbeyazresimler #siyahbeyazfoto #nostalji #nostalgia #turkey #mosque #1900 #1910 #1920 #1930 #1940 #mimarsedefkarmehmetaga #osmanlipadisahlari #osmanlidevleti #ottoman

Osmanl dnemi Ksf ve Husf

Osmanl dnemi Ksf ve Husf (gne ve ay tutulmas), gezegenleri ve gnei gsteren iki izim, 1900'ler. Ottoman-era drawing of the lunar and solar eclipses (known as Ksf and Husf) as well as a drawing of the planets and the sun in our solar system, early 1900's. . #osmanliimparatorlugu #ottomanempire #osmanlidevleti #osmanli #ottoman #gne #sun #moon #ay #gnetutulmas #aytutulmas #amerika #america #usa #unitedstates #unitedstatesofamerica #lunareclipse #solareclipse #tarih #history #osmanlitarihi #ottomanhistory #turkey #trkiye #hzMuhammedsav #islam #islamiyet #Quran #Kuranikerim #Allahcc

Osmanl dnemi bir kahvehan

Osmanl dnemi bir kahvehane, 1875. Bu resimde o kadar ok kk ayrnt var. Fotoraftaki hangi detaylar ilginizi ekti? An Ottoman coffeehouse, 1875. There are so many things happening in this picture, and so many small details. Leave a comment below about what detail caught your eye and you thought was interesting. . . . #osmanliimparatorlugu #ottomanempire #osmanlidevleti #osmanli #ottoman #ottomanhistory #osmanlitarihi #tarih #history #istanbul #islambol #dersaadet #turkey #trkiye #sohbet #kahvehane #kahve #fotoraf #photo #nostalji #cafe #coffee #coffeehouse #sal #austos

Osmanl evlerinin kaplarnd

Osmanl evlerinin kaplarnda iki kap tokma bulunurdu. nce ve yumuak bir ses karan tokmak kadnlarn kullanmas iin, tok ve kaln ses karan tokmak ise erkekler iin tasarlanmt. Bylece ev sahipleri kapda kimin olduunu anlarlard. There used to be two door knockers on the doors of Ottoman homes. The soft and small one was meant for women guests to use, which made a gentler sound, and the heavy one was intended for men guests and would make a heavier sound, so that the home owners would know who was at their door. . . #osmanliimparatorlugu #ottomanempire #osmanlidevleti #osmanli #ottoman #istanbul #islambol #dersaadet #kap #tokmak #tarih #history #osmanlitarihi #ottomanhistory #archives #huzur #gven #adalet #turkey #trkiye #trk #devletialiyyeiosmaniyye #hzMuhammedsav #islam #islamiyet #Quran #Kuranikerim #Allahcc #hayrlsabahlar #gnaydn

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The first European to study the species was the English explorer and naturalist John Whitehead in 1896, who observed the bird and whose servant, Juan, collected the first specimen a few weeks later. The skin of the bird was sent to William Robert Ogilvie-Grant in London in 1896, who initially showed it off in a local restaurant and described the species a few weeks later. Upon its scientific discovery, the Philippine eagle was first called the monkey-eating eagle because of reports from natives of Bonga, Samar, where the species was first discovered, that it preyed exclusively on monkeys; from these reports it gained its generic name, from the Greek pithecus () ("ape or monkey") and phagus (-) ("eater of"). The species name commemorates Jeffery Whitehead, the father of John Whitehead. Later studies revealed, however, that the alleged monkey-eating eagle also ate other animals, such as colugos, civets, large snakes, monitor lizards, and even large birds, such as hornbills. This, coupled with the fact that the same name applied to the African crowned eagle and the Central and South American harpy eagle, resulted in a presidential proclamation to change its name to Philippine eagle in 1978, and in 1995 was declared a national emblem. This species has no recognized subspecies. Apart from Philippine eagle and monkey-eating eagle, it has also been called the great Philippine eagle. It has numerous names in the many Philippine languages, including gila ("eagle"), hribon (from haring ibn, "king bird") and banog ("kite").

The complete breeding cycle of the Philippine eagle lasts two years. The female matures sexually at five years of age and the male at seven. Like most eagles, the Philippine eagle is monogamous. Once paired, a couple remains together for the rest of their lives. If one dies, the remaining eagle often searches for a new mate to replace the one lost. The beginning of courtship is signaled by nest-building, and the eagle remaining near its nest. Aerial displays also play a major role in the courtship. These displays include paired soaring over a nesting territory, the male chasing the female in a diagonal dive, and mutual talon presentation, where the male presents his talons to the female's back and she flips over in midair to present her own talons. Advertisement displays coupled with loud calling have also been reported. The willingness of an eagle to breed is displayed by the eagle bringing nesting materials to the bird's nest. Copulation follows and occurs repeatedly both on the nest and on nearby perches. The earliest courtship has been reported in July. Breeding season is in July; birds on different islands, most notably Mindanao and Luzon, begin breeding at different ends of this range. The amount of rainfall and population of prey may also affect the breeding season. The nest is normally built on an emergent dipterocarp, or any tall tree with an open crown, in primary or disturbed forest. The nests are lined with green leaves, and can be around 1.5 m (4.9 ft) across. The nesting location is around 30 m (98 ft) or even more above the ground. As in many other large raptors, the eagle's nest resembles a huge platform made of sticks. The eagle frequently reuses the same nesting site for several different chicks. Eight to 10 days before the egg is ready to be laid, the female is afflicted with a condition known as egg lethargy. In this experience, the female does not eat, drinks lots of water, and holds her wings droopingly. The female typically lays one egg in the late afternoon or at dusk, although occasionally two have been reported. If an egg fails to hatch or the chick dies early, the parents will likely lay another egg the following year. Copulation may take place a few days after the egg is laid to enable another egg to be laid should the first one fail. The egg is incubated for 58 to 68 days (typically 62 days) after being laid. Both sexes participate in the incubation, but the female does the majority of incubating during the day and all of it at night. Both sexes help feed the newly hatched eaglet. Additionally, the parents have been observed taking turns shielding the eaglet from the sun and rain until it is seven weeks old. The young eaglet fledges after four or five months. The earliest an eagle has been observed making a kill is 304 days after hatching. Both parents take care of the eaglet for a total of 20 months and, unless the previous nesting attempt had failed, the eagles can breed only in alternate years. The Philippine eagle rivals two other large tropical eagles, namely the crowned eagle and harpy eagle, for having the longest breeding cycle of any bird of prey. Even nests have no predators other than humans, as even known nest predators such as palm civets and macaques (being prey species) are likely to actively avoid any area with regular eagle activity.

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