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#Repost @filografihacer (@get_repost) 41. Vavm gelsun mi 15x15 lik vav bu sefer koyu turkuaza brndSahibi gzel gnlerde kullansn Eviniziyerinizhediyelikveya eyizlik stediginiz renk kombinleriyle,istediginiz model,istediginiz boyutta tablo sipari vermek icin ILETISIM DM #telilecivininaski #bahar #vav #tablo #duvardekorasyonu #tel #mavi #yeil #popularpic #mint #photo #ivi #tel #tozpembe #hediye #moda02 #pics #yesil #pudra #hediyelik #work #pembe#kadife #instafamous #deri#sipari #eyiz #ceyiz #siparialnr

YAMURLU BR GNDEN HEPNZE M

YAMURLU BR GNDEN HEPNZE MERHABA ARKADALAR.. Siyah bir namaz baortsn yeni bitirdim. Hemen paylamak istedim. Siyah ve krmz uyumu benim vazgeilmezlerimden Bunda da krmz tercih ettim.. Sizlerin sayesinde yeni am olduum ve yeni yeni altm sayfam 100 takipiyi azck gemi bulunmakta Siz beendike daha ok yapasm, paylaasm geliyor. HEPNZE TEEKKR EDERM. BEEN VE YORUMLARINIZI BEKLYORUM. Bir eyler sormak renmek istemek iin DM yoluyla benimle iletiime geebilirsiniz. @oyademeti #oyademeti #namaz #basortu #yesil #krmz #siyah #ceyiz #igneoyasi #igneada #igneoyasiyazmalar #oyasepeti #gelin #damat #dugun

Zilkale, Camlhemsin  Esiz

Zilkale, Camlhemsin Esiz manzarasiyla muhtesem bir yer Bizans dneminde dou ynnden gelebilecek tehlikelere kar birgzetleme kalesi olarak kullanlm. Osmanl dneminde ticari ve askeri adan nemli olan dou yolunun gzetlenmesi ve ticaretkervanlarinin konaklamasi amacyla hizmet etmitir. . . #travel #travelph #travels #traveller #traveler #seyahat #seyahatperest #yol #yolcu #yolculuk #road #kale #dag #orman #yesil #mountain #mountains #camp #castle #forest #green #dunya #world #gez #gezi #gezmek #gezmeler #gezelimgorelim #objektifimden

An extract on #yesil

Set amidst cypresses on top of the hill in Yeil neighborhood in Bursa, the mausoleum stands higher than the rest of the complex. It is built on a hexagonal plan and crowned with a hemi-spherical dome. The exterior of the mausoleum is clad with green-blue tiles that give it its name. A majority of the tiles were replaced by contemporary Ktahya tiles following damage in the 1855 Bursa earthquake. The entry portal is crowned with semi-umbrella vault and has muqarnas niches above marble seats on both side of entrance. znik tiles with flower patterns in blue, white and yellow adorn the portal. Inside, past the carved wooden doors, the royal catafalque stands on a platform at the center surrounded by seven other tombs. It is richly decorated with scriptures and flower designs painted in yellow, white and blue glazed tiles. The lower section of walls is lined with blue-green tiles, also used in tympana of windows on the interior. The muqarnas niche of mihrab on the qibla wall is also set in a large frame of ornamental tilework: the mosaic of tiles inside the niche depicts a garden of roses, carnations and hyacinths. The chandelier and the colored glass windows are later additions.

The Yeil Mosque can be shown as the perfect blend between architecture and embellishment, the proof that such works of art were produced in a country where the battles between siblings had come to an end and peace had returned. It was commissioned by Sultan Mehmed I elebi and completed in December 1419 or January 1420. The mosque was built between 14191421 by architect vezir Hac vaz Pasha. The artists of painted decorations were Ali bin Ilyas and Mehmed el Mecnun. Following the 1855 Bursa earthquake, the building underwent an extensive renovation led by architect Lon Parville, as Ahmet Vefik Pasha, the Vali (governor) of Bursa, was unable to find a qualified Turkish architect. Parville managed to save the mosque but he lacked experience of the Seljukian and early Ottoman architecture. He was also hampered by shortages of money and skilled labour. The original decorations of the vaults and the walls were not restored. But his whitewash was perhaps to be preferred over botched attempts at reproducing old paintwork.

The architectural style known as Bursa Style begins with Green Mosque. The mosque is based on a reverse T-plan with a vestibule at the entrance leading to a central hall flanked by eyvans on the east and west and a larger eyvan with mihrab niche on the south. Two small eyvans flank the entryway above which the royal box (hnkar mahfili) is located. There are four rooms with fireplaces to the north and south of side eyvans accessed through the vestibule and the central hall respectively. Stairs on both sides of the vestibule lead to the upper floor where the royal lodge and two adjacent rooms for the royal women are located. Here, a passage opens to the balconies on the northern faade where the minaret steps begin. A portico was designed but never built, because, when the sultan died, work on his private mosque would stop.

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