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  • The Mirrored Pavilion

    From Issue 50

    Hidden away in one of Istanbul’s least prepossessing neighbourhoods is a walled garden surrounding a dream of a kiosk – a favourite of many sultans.

  • The Best of a Classy Bunch

    From Issue 50

    In a decade of monitoring Turkey’s burgeoning wine industry, Kevin Gould has never been more impressed. He and the Cornucopia tasting team enthusiastically sampled this year’s top bottles and nominated their favourites

  • Urns to yearn for

    From Issue 50

    Deep in the industrial outskirts of Istanbul, Griselda Warr enters an Aladdin’s cave of Anatolian treasures. Photographs by Fritz von der Schulenburg

  • A devilishly fine juicer

    From Issue 50

    John Carswell solves the mystery of the ‘lemon squeezer’ that wasn’t

  • Magic Movements

    From Issue 50

    AyşeDeniz Gökçin’s musical creations combine the rock-star appeal of Franz Liszt and the psychedelic/progressive brilliance of the band Pink Floyd. Tony Barrell found this prodigiously talented young pianist a force to be reckoned with. Photograph by Charles Hopkinson

  • Foundation of Learning

    From Issue 10

    Süleyman the Magnificent’s city within a city above the Golden Horn has come to house one of the world’s finest collections of books and ancient manuscripts.

  • Arif Mardin

    From Issue 11

    Where would American pop be, asks David Barchard, without Arif Mardin, who left his venerable Ottoman family for a mixing desk in the US?

  • The Yusupovs’ Hunting Lodge

    From Issue 49

    A romantic country house in the forested foothills of Ai Petri that became a wedding present a gift for the Tsar’s niece

  • Prince on Tour

    From Issue 49

    Philip Mansel on the future Edward VII’s Ottoman expedition

  • Palaces of Silk

    From Issue 49

    As the Sadberk Hanım Museum celebrates the art of embroidery, Min Hogg marvels at the motifs of palaces, fruit and flowers, sea and cityscape, wrought stitch by stitch, to adorn every Ottoman home

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