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Turkish Ebru Turkish Arts Istanbul

Turkish Ebru Turkish Arts Istanbul

Alp 21/06/2017 0
Turkish Arts - Ebru Marbling Lesson with our students from Bogazici University Ebru art workshop as a birthday gift. Nice present - Sultanahmet Istanbul - June 2017 Our Artists are Professional in Marbling - Ebru Art & Local Artisans. ** If you have any interest of learning Classical Ottoman Marble, joining a workshop or ordering a special Turkish Marble Art Work from our teacheri please call us or send us an e-mail to get more information and to get a meeting..  Contact : Mr. Alp AKSAHIN ( Phone : +90 544 220 10 22 ) Here is our adres : http://www.bazaarturkey.com/contact_us1.htm Google...
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Photography Walking Tours in Istanbul

Photography Walking Tours in Istanbul

Alp 19/06/2017 0
Photography and Walking Tours in Istanbul Walking and taking photos in the non discovered parts and narrow streets of istanbul with our photographer friends from Germany. App. 4-5 hours walking and photo shooting tours available all year long.. - June 2017 Istanbul Photography and Walking Tours Istanbul is an enchanting city of ancient beauty and modern charm . . .. . . if you know where to look. Let the experts and artists of Les Arts Turcs take you on a tour of this diverse city, specially tailored for the photographer or videographer. We can show you the photogenic side of Istanbul...
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Turkish Art Classes in Sultanahmet Istanbul

Turkish Art Classes in Sultanahmet Istanbul

Alp 13/06/2017 0
Turkish Art Classes in Sultanahmet - Istanbul. Ebru Marbling Lessons with our student - June 2017 For more information, please check ; http://www.bazaarturkey.com/tours/turkish_marbling_lesson.html e-mail info@bazaarturkey.com ** Traditional Ottoman Marbling Aka Ebru Art ; Marbling is the art of creating colorful patterns by sprinkling and brushing color pigments on a pan of oily water and then transforming this pattern to paper. The special tools of the trade are brushes of horsehair bound to straight rose twigs, a deep tray made of unknotted pinewood, natural earth pigments, cattle gal...
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Whirling Dervish Sikke - Mess and Postnis in ıstanbul

Whirling Dervish Sikke - Mess and Postnis in ıstanbul

Alp 02/06/2017 0
Whirling Dervish Sikke - Mess and Postnis produced by the craftsmen of Les Arts Turcs / Bazaar Turkey for a mevlevi community in Europe. We produce - Tendure - Slippers - Mess - Kamarcin - Post and other materials. If you need any materials, please contact info@bazaarturkey.com http://www.bazaarturkey.com/ For More Info you can contact ; Contact : Mr. Alp AKSAHIN ( Phone : +90 544 220 10 22 ) Here is our adres : http://www.bazaarturkey.com/contact_us1.htm Google Maps      :  http://g.co/maps/4yxya Les Arts Turcs - Art Gallery & Studio Alemdar Mah Incili Çavus Sok.  No: 19 Floor : ...
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Turkish Oil Wrestling Training in Istanbul

Turkish Oil Wrestling Training in Istanbul

Alp 25/04/2017 0
Turkish Oil Wrestling - Yagli Gures Training in Istanbul Date: Available All Year Long Time Schedule : It is a Half Day activity for groups in Istanbul. Overview ; In this training, we will drive to the area outskirts oof istanbul and with our professional wrestler, you will learn the techniques traditional Oil Wrestling in istanbul.  Itinerary ;  We will pick you up from your hotel and after that we will drive to our open space oil wrestling field in the outside of Istanbul. ( App. 45 Minute ) We will meet with our trainer, change our clothes and our wrestler will tell us about the hi...
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Turkish Tile Making Class in Turkey

Turkish Tile Making Class in Turkey

Alp 19/04/2017 0
Ottoman Tile Painting workshop with our guests from UK..- Happy Easter from Istanbul / April 2017. http://bazaarturkey.com/shop/art-workshops-istanbul/turkish-tile-ceramic-lesson     THE ART OF TURKISH TILES AND CERAMICS Professor Dr. Sitare Turan Bakir  Mimar Sinan University, Department of Traditional Turkish Arts The art of Turkish tiles and ceramics occupies a place of prominence in the history of Islamic art. Its roots can be traced at least as far back as the Uighurs of the 8th and 9th centuries. Its subsequent development was influenced by Karakhanid, Ghaznavid, and (especia...
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