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Patricia Daunt discovers the colourful past of Ratip Efendi’s Yeniköy yalı, once the playground of 1950s café society on the Turkish Riviera. We discover a Turkish garden in the Cambridge Fens, go sailing with heroes braving the Danube, and sail with hedonists drifting along the Carian shore. All the while feasting on vine leaves, the perfect wrap
A Turkish-inspired garden on the Cambridge Fens. Two Turkish passions meet in John Drake’s beautiful garden: a love of symmetry and an abundance of wild flowers. Here the garden historian acknowledges his debt to the Turkish ideal of paradise on earth.
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When Ottoman sultans wanted to outshine European monarchs by the end of the sixteenth century they were choosing elaborate entertainments as their ammunition rather than solemn victory processions. In the second article in her series on East-West rivalry, Christine Thomson focuses on the Istanbul festivities of 1582, a spectacular street party lasting almost two months.
Some take the hard dusty route to the Mediterranean’s ancient sites. Christian Tyler approached them the hedonist’s way: cruising on a gulet along some of the most breathtaking coastline in the world.
Two isolated villages share an Ancient way of communicating across mountainous ravines. Andriëtte Stathi-Schoorel captures the last echoes in Greece and Turkey In Kuşköy (Bird Village), in the Eastern Black Sea Mountains, the ancient art of whistling is still taught to schoolchildren. It is in these very mountains, south of Trabzon, that Xenophon came upon a similar use of whistling nearly 2500 years ago. Only five communities in the world are known to share the ability to whistle their speech.
One hundred and ninety years after the young Charlton Whittall first opened for business in Izmir, the members of this great dynasty are dispersed throughout the world. In June 359 descendants gathered at a reunion in London to celebrate the one thing that still inspires them all: their memories of life in Turkey.
An Egyptian rubbish heap reveals its buried treasure, mysterious birds deceive the eye, and Chinese clouds have silver linings. Philippa Scott continues her guide to the world of rug collecting
In the 1950s, a palely beautiful summerhouse on the Bosphorus made tbe perfect playground for the cream of café society. Now its luminous, airy rooms, emptied of fuss and colour, reveal their natural beauty. Patricia Daunt uncovers the colourful past of Ratip Efendi’s yali.
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Explore beautiful garden design, historic and contemporary, rural and urban in five garden-themed issues.
Issue 13: The Turkish Garden Issue
60 pages of gardens and flowers
Issue 18: The Ottoman Riviera
Article: Seven Gardens for Seven Heavens
Issue 29: Ottoman Gardens
Articles: The Ottoman Pleasure Garden & Wild Beauties of the South
Issue 31: China’s Wild West
Article: Along the Rocky Road
Issue 50: Istanbul Unwrapped: The Sultan’s City
Article: A City of Secret Gardens
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