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Ausstellungsbesucher, Museumsprofis und Journalisten finden hier ein Museumsportal mit einer Fülle an Zusatzinformationen sowie Angaben zu Sonderausstellungen, Leihausstellungen, nahen Klöstern, Kunsthändlern, historischen Hotels und Gaststätten.. Abgedeckt werden nach ICOM Museen, Ausstellungshallen, Science Centers, Botanische Gärten, Zoos etc Geographisch decken wir den gesamten deutschsprachigen Raum (Museen in Deutschland, Österreich, Schweiz) ganz Europa (Museen in Italien, Spanien, Island usw.), die europäische Türkei und Israel ab. SQL-Datenbankabfrage sowie oben Abfrage des gesamten Portals mittels Google.Viel Vergnügen!

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Edirne Archaeological and Ethnographic Museum

Selimiye Mosque Yard Dar-ul Tedris Medrese
TR-22020 Edirne (Edirne)

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Sammelschwerpunkte/Main collections
The new Edirne Archaeological and Ethnographic Museum contains the following sections:
Carpets and Kilims: Anatolian carpets and kilims of local and Anatolian origin are exhibited. There are local Sarkoy kilims and Yoruk and Turkmen kilims from Anatolia. There are prayer carpets from Gordes, Bergama, and Kirsehir as well as examples of carpet saddlebags.
Ethnographic Works: Socks, gloves, various embroidered napkins, waistbands and towels, handkerchiefs and cloths. There are also examples of the most beautifully worked and embroidered costumes of both men and women. These include shirts, jackets, dresses and Turkish trousers.
A corner has been reserved for examples of rose water bottles, censers, sewing boxes, precious spoons, ink and pen cases, scissors and penknives. There is also a section of weapons, including guns and rifles inlaid with silver, gold and mother of pearl, swords, scimitars, axes, arrows and bows, shields and maces. At the end of the ethnographic room is a display of copper, brass and stone kitchen utensils.
Archaeological Works: The objects are arranged in chronological order, exhibiting examples from the civilizations of Anatolia and Thrace. There are idols and ceramics found in Anatolia and dating from the Prehistoric Age; ceramics and bronze fibulae, rings and column capitals with a spiral design from Trakya (800 BC); ceramics from the Classic, Roman, Byzantine and Islamic periods. There are two sections reserved for Roman glass and tumuli findings respectively. Two show cases contain a valuable collection of coins from various periods. Among the most interesting objects in this room are the gold, silver, copper and bronze coins from the Greek Roman and Byzantine periods.

Külliye Beyazits II. Museum

TR-22020 Edirne (Edirne)

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Thrakia University

Sammelschwerpunkte/Main collections
The biggest one of architect Sinan' s mosques in Edirne, built in 1484-1488, contained a mosque, two hospices of the mental sick treatened with music, a large public kitchen, a dining hall, bakery, storehouse for food, a medical school, a hospital, a mental asylum, among other facilities. The museum documents the story of this impressive award winning place.

Museum of Turkish-Islamic Works

Selimiye Camii Yani, Koran College Medrese
TR-22020 Edirne (Edirne)

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Info Telefon: (284) 225 11 20

Sammelschwerpunkte/Main collections
The Edirne Museum of Turkish And Islamic Art:
The museum was opened in the Koranic College Medrese of Selimiye Mosque in 1925. It was opened to the public in 1935. When the museum building grew too small, the construction of a new building was begun in 1966. It was completed in 1970. It was opened as the "Archaeology and Ethnographic Museum" in 1971. The old museum building was turned into the Museum of Turkish-Islamic Works.
In the entrance gallery of the museum are stone inscriptions from the Ottoman period taken from buildings that are no longer standing, such as mosques, caravanserais, hamams (Turkish baths), drinking fountains etc. Also there are Ottoman period tiles, hand written copies of the Holy Koran, embroidery, weapons and glass objects.
In the large hall is a ceremonial tent made of embroidered satin, in which the viziers used to conduct their state affairs. The tent dates from the Ottoman period.
In the other rooms are exhibited an Edirne cupboard, lecterns and carved wooden doors from the Beyazit II Kulliye, and kitchen utensils taken from palaces and houses.
A separate section is decorated with medallions, healing cups, and inscriptions written by famous calligraphers belonging to the Mevlevi dervishes.
In the central garden are gravestones dating from the fifteenth century onwards, of men, women and janissaries. The most important of these, is that of the wife of Sultan Fatih, Siddi Sah Sultan.

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