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cileklipalet · 19 hours ago
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vâlide-i cedîd camii | istanbul, türkiye
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ancientorigins · 2 days ago
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miss-edge · 2 days ago
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how do you hold it?
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snapshotfromearth · a day ago
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Let’s hope for the best anyway
January 2022
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leyal · 2 days ago
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I'm on my way ....to my home...but take me to another place...a place where my heart lives...where my heart beats...take me home ...to my love ❤️
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tentacion1999 · a day ago
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eylulkalpliadam · a day ago
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wrestlingisbest · 2 days ago
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sidonius5 · 23 hours ago
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cileklipalet · an hour ago
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çengelköy | istanbul, türkiye
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polandgallery · 2 days ago
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Count Karol Lanckoroński (1848-1933) was a Polish art historian, art collector, patron, archaeologist and traveler. He came from a Polish aristocratic family bearing the Zadora coat of arms whose roots go back to the 12th century. He was one of the wealthiest and most cultivated magnates in Austrian partition of Poland and in the whole of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
■ Thanks to the strenuous efforts of Count Karol Lanckoroński and the Viceroy of Galicia Professor Count Leon Piniński, the Royal Castle of Wawel in Kraków was recovered from the Austrians. Together with Piniński he was actively involved in the renewal of both the Wawel Castle and the Wawel Cathedral, for which Lanckoroński founded the tombstone of Queen Jadwiga. In September 1884, Karol launched, organized and financed an archaeological expedition to Turkey. The result was published in a two-volume book issued in three languages, Polish, German and French, entitled “The Cities of Pamphylia and Pisidia”. The archaeological research of 1882-1884 brought Lanckoroński international recognition – he became a member of the German and Austrian Archaeological Institute in 1891 and of the Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1893.
■ His art collection, estimated at more than 3,000 objects included paintings of the Italian, German, Austrian, French and Dutch schools, was partly inherited from his ancestors (including works from the former collection of King Stanisław August Poniatowski) but much of it was acquired by him personally. His collections also included works of ancient art (Greek, Roman, but also ancient Egyptian) which amount to about 1,000 objects, art and craft from China, India and Japan, as well as porcelain, tapestries, coins and miniatures. In the years 1994 and 2000 his daughter Karolina Lanckorońska, donated her family’s art collection to various Polish cultural institutions.
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o-kurwa · 3 months ago
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utwo · 2 months ago
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SUMELA MONASTERY Turkey
Sumela is 1600 year old ancient Orthodox monastery located at a 1200 meters height on the steep cliff at Macka region of Trabzon city in Turkey.
The monastery is constructed on rocks reached by a path through the forest. The beautiful frescoes dating from the 18 th century on the walls of the monastery are biblical scenes of Christ and Virgin Mary.
© Adem Barış
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tikkety-tok · 28 days ago
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snapshotfromearth · a day ago
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From today, January 2022
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leyal · 2 days ago
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Istanbul 🌸🤍✨
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rumade · 10 months ago
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Patchwork quilt floor!
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eylulkalpliadam · 10 hours ago
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doctorstarlock · 6 months ago
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In northern Turkey, water buffalo roam the wetlands & pick up frogs. Clever marsh frogs figured out that the hairy beasts attract flies, so they jump onto their backs to hunt down bugs. Researchers visited the Kizilirmak Delta near the Black Sea in 2012. Within a week, they recorded 10 individual buffalo carrying teams of frogs, each group numbering up to 27.
Hey anon have you seen pictures because they are simply DELIGHTFUL
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