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General view of Damascus. Syria. 2005 June 04.
General view of Damascus and Umayyad Mosque. Syria. 2005 June 04.
General view of Umayyad Mosque. Damascus, Syria. 2005 June 04.
Minaret of Qaitbay of Umayyad Mosque. Damascus, Syria. 2005 June 04.
Minaret of Qaitbay. Umayyad Mosque. Damascus, Syria. 2005 June 04.
Close view of Minaret of Qaitbay. Umayyad Mosque. Damascus, Syria. 2005 June 04.
Detail from Minaret of Qaitbay. Umayyad Mosque. Damascus, Syria. 2005 June 04.
Courtyard and Minaret of the Bride. Umayyad Mosque. Damascus, Syria. 2005 June 04.
Courtyard and Minaret of the Bride of Umayyad Mosque. Damascus, Syria. 2005 June 04.
Minaret of the Bride. Umayyad Mosque. Damascus, Syria. 2005 June 04.
Close view of the Minaret of the Bride. Umayyad Mosque. Damascus, Syria. 2005 June 04.
Southern façade of the Umayyad Mosque. Damascus, Syria. 2005 June 04.
Southern façade and ablution fountain of the Umayyad Mosque. Damascus, Syria. 2005 June 04.
Central section of the southern façade of the Umayyad Mosque. Damascus, Syria. 2005 June 04.
Central section of Umayyad Mosque. Damascus, Syria. 2005 June 04.
Upper section of the southern façade of the Umayyad Mosque. Damascus, Syria. 2005 June 04.
8th Century mosaics in the Umayyad Mosque show architecture and plants. Damascus, Syria. 2005 June 04.
Detail of the mosaics on the southern façade of Umayyad Mosque show architecture and plants. Damascus, Syria. 2005 June 04.
View of windows and mosaics on the southern façade of Umayyad Mosque. Damascus, Syria. 2005 June 04.
Detail of the southern façade of Umayyad Mosque. Damascus, Syria. 2005 June 04.
Windows of the southern façade of Umayyad Mosque. Damascus, Syria. 2005 June 04.
Ancient Roman Theatre. Bosra, Syria. 2005 June 07.
View of ancient Roman theater. Bosra, Syria. 2005 June 07.
Monastery of Bahira. Bosra, Syria. 2005 June 07.
Tomb of Mevlana Jalal ad-Din Rumi and Sufi Lodge. Konya, Turkey. 2010.
Tomb of Mevlana Jalal ad-Din Rumi (Mevlana Museum). Konya, Turkey. 2010.
Tomb of Rumi (Mausoleum of Mevlana Jalal ad-Din Muhammad Rumi). Konya, Turkey. 2010.
View of Sirince village. Izmir, Turkey. 2003. Sirince, a village of around 600 inhabitants near the ancient Greek city of Ephesus, has a positive energy according to the doomsday cultists, who say that it is close to an area where Christians believe the Virgin Mary ascended to heaven. 
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General view of Sirince village. Izmir, Turkey. 2003. Sirince with its historical unique architecture is a well protected village, 8 km from Selçuk district of İzmir Province in Turkey.
House in Sirince village. Izmir, Turkey. 2003. Sirince with its historical unique architecture is a well protected village, 8 km from Selçuk district of İzmir Province in Turkey.Old maps show the village's name variously as Kyrkindje, Kirkindsche, Kirkidje, Kirkica, Kirkinca which may date from these monastic settlements, but the village is more well-known name before Sirince was actually Cirkince. The oldest international travel reports of the village date back to Edmund D. Chishull, who toured...
A street in Sirince village. Izmir, Turkey. 2003.. Sirince with its historical unique architecture is a well protected village, 8 km from Selçuk district of İzmir Province in Turkey. Old maps show the village's name variously as Kyrkindje, Kirkindsche, Kirkidje, Kirkica, Kirkinca which may date from these monastic settlements, but the village is more well-known name before Sirince was actually Cirkince.
Houses of Sirince village. Izmir, Turkey. 2003. Sirince with its historical unique architecture is a well protected village, 8 km from Selçuk district of İzmir Province in Turkey. Settlement Sirince once had 1,800 houses; today only about 200 are standing, mostly on the village's southern and western slopes. If you climb away from the village to the east, then look back over the southern slope, you can recognize where its houses used to stand. But many of the farmhouses, monasteries, and churches in...
Abandoned house in Sirince village. Izmir, Turkey. 2003. Sirince with its historical unique architecture is a well protected village, 8 km from Selçuk district of Izmir Province in Turkey. The first settlement of the village now known as Sirince probably occurred after the collapse of Ephesus, when a small group of people left the city and moved to the mountains.The oldest international travel reports of the village date back to Edmund D. Chishull, who toured Anatolia between September 1698 and February...
An abandoned house in Sirince village. Izmir, Turkey. 2003. Old maps show the village's name variously as Kyrkindje, Kirkindsche, Kirkidje, Kirkica, Kirkinca which may date from these monastic settlements, but the village is more well-known name before Sirince was actually Cirkince. The origin of this name is not known for certain, but it is rumored that it was chosen more than 600 years ago to conceal the village's existence and attractiveness from people who lived in the valley below.
View from Sirince village. Izmir, Turkey. 2003. Sirince with its historical unique architecture is a well protected village, 8 km from Selcuk district of Izmir Province, Turkey. The first settlement of the village now known as Sirince probably occurred after the collapse of Ephesus, when a small group of people left the city and moved to the mountains. Monastery ruins in the area small, relatively unimpressive structures date back to the 11th, 12th, and 13th centuries.
Ruins of Hierapolis. Denizli, Turkey. 2013.
Travertine terraces at Pamukkale. Denizli, Turkey. 2003.
Travertine terraces at Pamukkale. Denizli, Turkey. 2003.
Sunset behind minarets of Hagia Sophia (St. Sophia, Ayasofya Mosque, Cami-i Kebir) and Beyazit Tower in Bosphorus. Istanbul, Turkey. 2002.
Hagia Sophia (St. Sophia, Ayasofya Camii, Cami-i Kebir). Istanbul, Turkey. 2004.
Blue Mosque (Sultanahmet Camii). Istanbul, Turkey. 2004.
Close view of The Obelisk of Theodosius (Obelisk of Tuthmosis III). Istanbul, Turkey. 2004. The Obelisk of Theodosius is the Ancient Egyptian obelisk of Pharaoh Thutmose III re-erected in the At Meydanı (Hippodrome) of Istanbul, Turkey by the Roman emperor Theodosius I in the 4th century AD.
Close view of The Obelisk of Theodosius (Obelisk of Tuthmosis III). Istanbul, Turkey. 2004. The Obelisk of Theodosius is the Ancient Egyptian obelisk of Pharaoh Thutmose III re-erected in the At Meydanı (Hippodrome) of Istanbul, Turkey by the Roman emperor Theodosius I in the 4th century AD.
Cradlle. Topkapi Palace. Istanbul, Turkey. 1993.
Fountains and pools, interior of hospital. Great Mosque and Hospital of Divrigi (Divriği Ulu Camii ve Daruşifası). Sivas, Turkey. August 15, 2000. The hospital is a two-story building with a central courtyard surrounded by porticoes, and designed as a hospital where cures included the soothing sound of flowing water from the fountains. In terms of architecture, pool is an element which relaxes patients psychologically and offers mental treatment with the sound produced by the movements of water in...
Hospital interior. Great Mosque and Hospital of Divrigi (Divriği Ulu Camii ve Daruşifası). Sivas, Turkey. August 15, 2000. Together with the two lateral smaller Iwanen in the north and the south and the vestibule creates a cross-shaped ground plan. The semi-circular side wall of the fields are filled with Ostiwans formed from depressions fan shapes. Larger rooms in the outer corners and smaller on both sides of the Ivane complete on the long sides the plan. They are to enter through doors all of the...
Interior of hospital. Great Mosque and Hospital of Divrigi (Divriği Ulu Camii ve Daruşifası).. Sivas, Turkey. August 15, 2000. The small entrance door leads through a vestibule, from which extend two lateral side rooms, in an approximately 13 × 14.5 meters large hall, which is lit up like the mosque in the center through the window of a high tambour. According to the plan of a Persian four- Ivan - building is located opposite the entrance on the east side, a wide open space ( Ivan ) with a ribbed vault,...
Motif on hospital portal. Great Mosque and Hospital of Divrigi (Divriği Ulu Camii ve Daruşifası). Sivas, Turkey. August 15, 2000.
Motif in the decoration of the hospital portal. Great Mosque and Hospital of Divrigi (Divriği Ulu Camii ve Daruşifası). Sivas, Turkey. August 15, 2000. Both the geometric and the vegetal motifs in the decoration of the north portal of the mosque find their counterparts in the decoration of the hospital portal on the western façade. However, these elements are used far more sparingly on the hospital portal which is especially remarkable for the seemingly gothicizing profile of its grand projecting arch,...
Detail on portal of hospital. Great Mosque and Hospital of Divrigi (Divriği Ulu Camii ve Daruşifası). Sivas, Turkey. August 15, 2000.

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