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Carpets Plus Color Tile

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  • A large rug, typically an oriental one

  • A thick or soft expanse or layer of something

  • form a carpet-like cover (over)

  • (carpeting) rug: floor covering consisting of a piece of thick heavy fabric (usually with nap or pile)

  • (carpet) cover completely, as if with a carpet; "flowers carpeted the meadows"

  • A floor or stair covering made from thick woven fabric, typically shaped to fit a particular room

  • The property possessed by an object of producing different sensations on the eye as a result of the way the object reflects or emits light

  • One, or any mixture, of the constituents into which light can be separated in a spectrum or rainbow, sometimes including (loosely) black and white

  • a visual attribute of things that results from the light they emit or transmit or reflect; "a white color is made up of many different wavelengths of light"

  • add color to; "The child colored the drawings"; "Fall colored the trees"; "colorize black and white film"

  • The use of all colors, not only black, white, and gray, in photography or television

  • having or capable of producing colors; "color film"; "he rented a color television"; "marvelous color illustrations"

  • Arrange (two or more windows) on a computer screen so that they do not overlap

  • a thin flat slab of fired clay used for roofing

  • cover with tiles; "tile the wall and the floor of the bathroom"

  • a flat thin rectangular slab (as of fired clay or rubber or linoleum) used to cover surfaces

  • Cover (something) with tiles

Sultanahmet Camii

Sultanahmet Camii

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Istanbul, 08.07.2007

Sultanahmet Camii, 1609-1616 y?llar? aras?nda sultan I. Ahmet taraf?ndan Istanbul'daki tarihi yar?madada, Mimar Sedefkar Mehmet Aga'ya yapt?r?lan cami. Mavi, yesil ve beyaz renkli Iznik cinileriyle bezendigi icin Avrupal?larca "Mavi Cami (Blue Mosque)" olarak adland?r?l?r.

Ayasofya'n?n muzeye donusturulmesiyle, Istanbul'un ana camii konumuna ulasm?st?r. Yap?n?n mimari ve sanatsal ac?dan dikkate sayan en onemli yan?, Iznik cinileriyle bezenmesidir. Bu cinilerin suslemelerinde sar? ve mavi tonlardaki geleneksel bitki motifleri kullan?lm?s, yap?y? sadece bir ibadethane olmaktan oteye tas?m?st?r.

Sultanahmet, Turkiye'nin alt? minareli ilk camisidir. Bir efsaneye gore donemin padisah? I. Ahmet, basta minareleri alt?ndan yapt?rmak istemistir. Ama kaplamada kullan?lacak olan alt?n?n degeri padisah?n butcesini fazlas?yla as?nca, caminin mimar? Sedefkar Mehmet Aga bu emri guya yanl?s isiterek, "alt?n" sozcugunden "alt?" yaparak, camiyi 6 minareli insa ettirmistir.

Caminin ibadethane bolumu 64 x 72 metre boyutlar?ndad?r. 43 metre yuksekligindeki merkezi kubbesinin cap? 23,5 metredir. Caminin ici 260 pencereyle ayd?nlat?lm?st?r. Yaz?lar? Diyarbak?rl? Seyyid Kas?m Gubari taraf?ndan yaz?lm?st?r. Cevresindeki yap?larla birlikte bir kulliye olusturur.

Avlunun bat? girisinde, demirden ag?r bir kordon bulunmaktad?r. Bu kordon avluya at?yla giren padisah?n kafas?n? carpmamas? icin egmesini gerektiriyordu. Bu, padisah?n bile camiye girerken kendisine ceki duzen vermesi gerektigini gostermek amacl? sembolik bir eylemdi.

The Sultan Ahmed Mosque (Turkish: Sultanahmet Camii) is a mosque in Istanbul the capital of the Ottoman Empire (from 1453 to 1923). The mosque is one of several mosques known as the Blue Mosque for the blue tiles adorning the walls of its interior. It was built between 1609 and 1616, during the rule of Ahmed I.
The cube is topped by an ascending system of domes and semi-domes, culminating in the central dome, which is 33 meters in diameter and 43 meters high at its central point. The overall effect is one of perfect visual harmony, leading the eye up to the peak of the dome.

The Sultan Ahmed Mosque is one of the two mosques in Turkey that has six minarets, the other is in Adana. When the number of minarets was revealed, the Sultan was criticized for presumption, since this was, at the time, the same number as at the mosque of the Ka'aba in Mecca. He overcame this problem by paying for a seventh minaret at the Mecca mosque.

At its lower levels the interior of the mosque is lined with more than 20,000 handmade ceramic tiles, made at Iznik (the ancient Nicaea). Its upper levels are painted. More than 200 stained glass windows with intricate designs admit natural light, today assisted by chandeliers. On the chandeliers, ostrich eggs are found that were meant to avoid cobwebs inside the mosque by repelling spiders[1]. The decorations include verses from the Qur'an, many of them made by Seyyid Kasim Gubari, regarded as the greatest calligrapher of his time. The floors are covered with carpets, which are donated by faithful people and are regularly replaced as they become worn out.

The most important element in the interior of the mosque is the mihrab, which is made of finely carved and sculptured marble, the adjacent walls sheathed in ceramic tiles. To the right of the mihrab is the minber, or pulpit, where the Imam stands when he is delivering his sermon at the time of noon prayer on Fridays or on holy days. The mosque has been designed so that even when it is at its most crowded, everyone in the mosque can see and hear the Imam.

Each of the minarets has three balconies, and until recently the muezzin or prayer-caller had to climb a narrow spiral staircase five times a day to announce the call to prayer. Today a public address system is used, and the call can be heard across the old part of the city, echoed by other mosques in the vicinity. Large crowds of both Turks and tourists gather at sunset in the park facing the mosque to hear the call to evening prayers, as the sun sets and the mosque is brilliantly illuminated by colored floodlights.

Die Sultan-Ahmet-Moschee (turkisch Sultanahmet Camii) in Istanbul wurde 1609 von Sultan Ahmet I. in Auftrag gegeben und bis 1616, ein Jahr vor dem Tod des Sultans, vom Schuler Sinans, Mehmet Aga, erbaut. Sie ist heute, nach der Sakularisierung der Hagia Sophia, Istanbuls Hauptmoschee. In Europa kennt man sie als Blaue Moschee wegen ihres Reichtums an blau-wei?en Fliesen, die die Kuppel und den oberen Teil der Mauern zieren, aber junger als der Bau selbst sind. Kunsthistorisch bedeutsamer sind die Fliesen auf dem unteren Teil der Mauern und den Tribunen: Sie stammen aus der Blutezeit der Iznik-Fayencen und zeigen traditionelle Pflanzenmotive, bei denen Grun und Blautone dominieren. Die Ausmalung des Innenraumes wurde auf R

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