Çağlayan Palace at Sweet Waters of Europe (Kağıthane). The palace was built on the ruins of Saadabad Palace, which was demolished in 1730, during the revolt of Patrona Halil.

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PERTUSIER, Charles

Title

Çağlayan Palace at Sweet Waters of Europe (Kağıthane). The palace was built on the ruins of Saadabad Palace, which was demolished in 1730, during the revolt of Patrona Halil.

Alternative Title

Vue de la maison impériale des eaux douces d'Europe.

Date

1817

Bibliographic Citation

PERTUSIER, Charles. Atlas des promenades pittoresques dans Constantinople et sur les rives du Bosphore par M. Charles Pertusier, officier d'artillerie à cheval de la Garde Royale, attaché en 1812 et années suivantes à l'ambassade de France près la Porte ottomane, gravé par M. Piringer, d'après les dessins de M. Preault, Paris, H. Nicolle, MDCCCXVII [=1817].

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pertusier_4

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Istanbul

Thrace

Turkey

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Architecture and built environment

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PERTUSIER, Charles, “Çağlayan Palace at Sweet Waters of Europe (Kağıthane). The palace was built on the ruins of Saadabad Palace, which was demolished in 1730, during the revolt of Patrona Halil. ,” travelogues, accessed February 22, 2024, http://english.travelogues.gr/items/show/56052.