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Hauntingly beautiful Labraunda, little-known capital of ancient Caria. Patricia Daunt, Yolande Crowe and Oya Pancaroğlu admire the Seljuk baroque great mosque at Divrigi, while Maureen Freely views the frozen panoramas of Nuri Bilge Ceylan. Dresden’s ‘Türckishe Cammer’ dazzles; Ephesus’s hanging houses amaze. Ogier Ghiselin de Busbecq and Melchior Lorck: a tale of undying rivalry. Piquant perfection: Berrin Torolsan on turnips and radishes
When eaten raw as a salad, turnips are shredded or thinly sliced like radishes. Their distinctive mustardy bite, which cleanses the palate, makes them excellent company for rich meats and fish. Cooking however, transforms the starch in the turnip, giving it a mellow taste.
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The Great Mosque and Hospital of Divriği, an imperilled masterpiece of Islamic art in the remote upper Euphrates, is the only single building in Turkey given world heritage status. Cornucopia celebrates this medieval marvel with a 26-page guide to its mad, exuberant architecture through the stunning photographs of Cemal Emden
The city of Dresden is now home to one of the finest displays of Turkish art and armoury
Little known and rarely visited, the hauntingly beautiful sanctuary of Zeus at Labraunda – built by the family of the legendary Mausolus high above Milas – was for centuries Aegean Turkey’s most revered shrine. A Swedish team has managed to uncover the ruins without sacrificing the serenity of these sacred hills.
Daniel Shaffer explains the value of the Great Mosque of Divriği’s ancient carpets.
Reassuringly inaccessible, Divriği has always taken time to reach – and its riches time to savour. Patricia Daunt on the historical figures who made the journey
Famous for his atmospheric films set in stark landscapes, Nuri Bilge Ceylan is now attracting attention with his photography. Maureen Freely leafs through the pages of a fine limited-edition album of his enigmatic, painterly scenes
In September 2009, six travellers set out on horseback to retrace the early part of the route taken in 1671 by the Ottoman traveller Evliya Çelebi on his way to Mecca.
Spirited impressions of Ottoman Istanbul in the 16th century from a mischievous Danish artist and an acerbic Flemish envoy.
Whether you are visiting Istanbul, Bursa, the Aegean coast or venturing further afield, this Cornucopia selection will complement your travels.
Issue 38: The Big Bursa Issue
Issue 41: Inside Istanbul’s Grand Hammams
Issue 42: Adventures in Anatolia (The Great Northeast)
Issue 43: Shrines and Sanctuaries (Labraunda and Divriği)
Issue 48: Rural Treasures (Denizli)
Issue 50: Istanbul Unwrapped
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