Ottoman style

Ottoman style

(1350–1550)
The phase of Turkish Islamic architecture much influenced by Byzantine forms, under the rule of the Ottoman sultans in the Balkans, Anatolia, and the Middle East.
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Located just a meter away from the miniature, we see BingE[micro]l's vase, which is in typical Ottoman style, coming from a chunk of clay.
Built in Ottoman style, this low-rise hotel has its own private beach.
It is called the 'Tokyo Jamii' and was built in an impressive Ottoman style with space for about 1,200 worshipers.
With the title 'Answer to Greek Cypriots with an Ottoman style slap' -- Haber Kibris news portal said that the Near East University answered what it called Greek Cypriot's 'propaganda' claims that Deep Purple would give a concert in lands stolen from Greek Cypriots, with an Ottoman Turkish title deed.
The mosque is a unicameral square building built in the Baroque and Neo-classical Ottoman style.
The Ritz bed offers an ottoman style storage solution for your bedroom
The essays range from the influence of Islamic Ottoman style in European dresses to Roma weddings in the 1960s and today.
Built in classical Ottoman style, the whole complex consists of a mosque, mausoleum, minaret and cemetery (which was closed to burials at the end of the 19th Century).
GAZA, December 28, 2011 (TUR) - The Gazan administration requested the construction of 15 Ottoman style mosques and the restoration of mosques damaged in war from Turkey.
The stations of the Hijaz Railway have lured groups of tourists coming to or passing through the governorate, not to mention the foreign tourists who admire the Ottoman style and the ancient steam locomotive.
Today, it is composed of three much destroyed buildings in the distinctive Late Ottoman style adopted for the railway (Fahmy 2001), a ruinous 1960s station building--the relic of a short-lived attempt to revitalise the railway (Nicholson 2005: 175-7)--and adjacent stretches of railway embankment.
The sheikh explained that in the past scholars had broken away from the traditional Ottoman style text and used punctuation marks in the Quran when citing parts of it in an article or a research paper.