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Turkey has an immensely rich cultural heritage coming from many civilizations who have lived on its territories. We aimed at bringing the values of the past to the present by making use of the artistic details this cultural heritage possesses. We hope we were able to show the respect and care these artifacts, which we have inherited from our ancestors, deserve.



The Double Headed Byzantine Eagle (found on the border of the teatowel): The eagle is a symbol commonly used by mankind throughout the world going back to prehistoric eras.  It is assumed that the thought goes way back and has become widely known as a result of the interaction amongst different cultures. Despite the complexity and variety of belief systems, the giving of symbolic meanings to various creatures and objects found in nature.
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The Grand Bazaar is one of the largest covered markets in the world. It resembles a giant labyrinth. It is made up of streets of various shops sheltered by roofs and domes. It has hundreds of domes which are covered with lead and windows. The bazaar has been an important trading center since 1461. It was vastly enlarged in the 16th century during the reign of Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent.
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The Valide (Mother) Sultan had the most important position in the Ottoman Empire after the Sultan himself. Her position compares to the queens, wives of kings, of the western world. As the mothers of the Sultans, they would have a significant influence on the affairs of the Empire. Having the largest suit of the Harem and an army full of servants, they would receive reports on the affairs of the State from the Sultan every morning and would listen to the deliberations of the Imperial Court. Click here to continue