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Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts

The Ottoman Empire was one of the largest, mightiest and longest-lasting empires in history. For almost six centuries, the Ottomans ruled much of the civilised world. This imperial powerhouse was almost synonymous with heroism, glory and splendour. But what was daily life like under the Ottoman rule? A new exhibition in Istanbul is giving visitors a first-hand experience of how it was to have lived within the borders of this superpower. Showcase's Alican Pamir went to the Museum of Turkish and Islamic arts to experience it for himself. #TurkishArt #IslamicArt #Istanbul

House of Hundred

House of Hundred

Selahattin Kara Retrospective

Selahattin Kara Retrospective

Istanbul’s Haydarpasa railway station | Money Talks

Istanbul’s Haydarpasa railway station | Money Talks

International Istanbul Opera Festival 2019

International Istanbul Opera Festival 2019

Art Basel Online | Cinema of the 1920s | The 1921 Avant-Garde

Art Basel Online | Cinema of the 1920s | The 1921 Avant-Garde

Cinema of the 1920s

Cinema of the 1920s

Art Basel Goes Online

Art Basel Goes Online

Istanbul Music Festival 2020 | Vikingur Olafsson | In Conversation with Sarkis

Istanbul Music Festival 2020 | Vikingur Olafsson | In Conversation with Sarkis

In Conversation with Sarkis

In Conversation with Sarkis

The Music of with Vikingur Olafsson

The Music of with Vikingur Olafsson

Istanbul Music Festival 2020

Istanbul Music Festival 2020

Banksy Loses Copyright | Secrets of Film Noir | Remains of the Last Red Rose

Banksy Loses Copyright | Secrets of Film Noir | Remains of the Last Red Rose

Secrets of Film Noir

Secrets of Film Noir

Banksy Loses Copyright

Banksy Loses Copyright

'Rocks'

'Rocks'

The Emmy Awards

The Emmy Awards

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