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Cornucopia 52 Istanbul Unwrapped: Bosphorus
Requiem
Sayı : 52 Istanbul Unwrapped: Bosphorus Requiem
Tarih : Spring 2014
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Istanbul Unwrapped: Bosphorus Requiem


Inside the issue
Istanbul Unwrapped III: The Bosphorus

    Setting the Scene: Waterway of Dreams
    Wave upon wave of settlers over the centuries have been drawn to Istanbul’s vital waterway, its very lifeblood. All have left their mark, writes David Barchard
    A Farewell to Empire
    Philip Mansel introduces the fin-de-siècle world of Abdülhamid II, the last Ottoman ruler to wield real power. On these pages we explore the ‘earthly paradise’ he was later forced to abandon: Yildiz Palace, its park and mosque [extract available online]
    The Woods and the Water
    On the European shore, David Wheeler discovers hidden greenery in the hills above the Bosphorus [extract available online]
    Boating with Billy
    Patricia Daunt takes her grandson on a guided tour of her favourite yalıs
    Postscript: Memories Light the Corners of My Mind
    Maureen Freely goes 'Bosphorising' with her father, John Freely, in search of her treasured childhood in Istanbul. Could it be that it was all so simple then? [available online]

City Bosphorus

    The European Shore
    Turn your back on the Old City and take a drive along the Bosphorus’s lower shore, from the half-abandoned docks of Karaköy, past mammoth cruise ships and hangars for modern art, to the palaces of Beşiktaş and Ortaköy [extract available online]
    Inside Yıldız Palace:
    A World of His Own
    Abdülhamid II amazed his subjects by retreating behind high walls on a hilltop above Beşiktaş, taking his court and government with him. Here he created a city within a palace – in part with his own hands. In a two-part feature, Berrin Torolsan tells the story of the palace, its park and its guesthouse. Photographs by Fritz von der Schulenburg [extract available online]
    The Anatolian Shore
    Kadıköy to Üsküdar, from tea gardens to hilltop mosques [available online]
    Kadıköy and Moda:
    Seeing and Believing
    Lovely churches, a lively market, enticing ice cream, shady cafés… and they called this the land of the blind. Andrew Finkel introduces Kadıköy, and Harriet Rix mooches around the district of Moda. Photographs by Monica Fritz [extract available online]
    Üsküdar:
    City of Domes and Dames
    Üsküdar – its history shaped by three powerful queen mothers and a tireless English nurse – has surprises to offer behind its unprepossessing façade: dazzling mosques, villagey tranquillity and epic views… [extract available online]
    Üsküdar Waterfront:
    Solemn Promise
    The approach to Üsküdar across the Bosphorus is defined by Sinan’s two waterfront mosques, which have framed this gateway to Asia for four centuries. Photographs by Brian McKee [extract available online]

Village Bosphorus

    The European Shore: Istanbul's Riviera
    A string of urban villages awaits discovery on each shore of the Bosphorus. Every one has its own character and history. In this section we take you first up the European side, followed by a trip up the more rural Asian shore [available online]
    The Anatolian Shore: From Sea to Shining Sea
    Continuing our tour of Bosphorus villages, we cross back to a more untamed Asian shore. Heading upstream again, we start in Beylerbeyi and Çengelköy, with their grand views of the Old City, and make for the fortress of Anadoluhisari, where the Bosphorus narrows and the yalis are at their most captivating. Our journey ends on the hilltop of Anadolukavağı, with the Black Sea in our sights [extract available online]

Connoisseur

    Visual and Decorative Arts
    Lady Mary’s son makes a fortune, Liotard’s Bosphorus beauty heads north, and other art news
    Well-Heeled Ottomans
    The shoe show at the Sadberk Hanım Museum

Books

    Literary Giant
    David Barchard looks back on the life of Yaşar Kemal (1923–2015). Portrait by Ara Güler
    Reviews
    Tim Cornwell on Dark Journey The Legend of Kamelya and Murat, by İrfan Orga; Robert Ousterhout on Legends of Authority: The 1215 Seljuk Inscriptions of Sinop Citadel, Turkey, by Scott Redford
    Tribute
    A tribute to the botanist Asuman Baytop and her life’s work (1920–2015), by Brian Mathew [available online]
    Hello Constantinople
    The first royal tour to be photographed for the public, in 1862, was a great success. It kept Queen Victoria’s wayward heir, Bertie, out of trouble, and in London crowds flocked to see Francis Bedford’s images of the Ottoman Empire. Sophie Gordon charts the Constantinople leg of the tour
    Book Ends: That Stamboul Magic
    Barnaby Rogerson recounts how he came to republish Stamboul Sketches, a forgotten work of ‘pure enchantment’ by John Frreely

Cookery

    Earthly Delights: The irresistible lure of the humble potato
    The potato was a latecomer to Turkish cookery, but today it is hard to imagine life without it. The humble spud, the ultimate in comfort food, is endlessly versatile, and also comes packed with goodness. Berrin Torolsan serves up some favourite dishes [extract available online]

Regulars

    Private View: Change is in the air
    First an unneeded third Bosphorus bridge, then a new airport that will destroy acres of Belgrade Forest, now plans to cut a shipping canal across the Thracian peninsula. To cap it all, his neighbourhood looks cuter by the minute. Andrew Finkel longs for the old Istanbul
    Letter from Anatolia
    The late Yaşar Kemal’s remarkable blend of originality, wisdom and humanity earned him universal respect. Roger Norman celebrates a remarkable storyteller with unique powers to move and inspire, especially when lamenting the modern world’s wanton destruction of ancient traditions and values [available online]
    Eating Out
    From swish to fish. Andrew Finkel checks out some top Bosphorus bites [extract available online]


 

Inside the issue

Istanbul Unwrapped III: The Bosphorus

  1. Setting the Scene: Waterway of Dreams
    Wave upon wave of settlers over the centuries have been drawn to Istanbul’s vital waterway, its very lifeblood. All have left their mark, writes David Barchard
  2. A Farewell to Empire
    Philip Mansel introduces the fin-de-siècle world of Abdülhamid II, the last Ottoman ruler to wield real power. On these pages we explore the ‘earthly paradise’ he was later forced to abandon: Yildiz Palace, its park and mosque
    [extract available online]
  3. The Woods and the Water
    On the European shore, David Wheeler discovers hidden greenery in the hills above the Bosphorus
    [extract available online]
  4. Boating with Billy
    Patricia Daunt takes her grandson on a guided tour of her favourite yalıs
  5. Postscript: Memories Light the Corners of My Mind
    Maureen Freely goes 'Bosphorising' with her father, John Freely, in search of her treasured childhood in Istanbul. Could it be that it was all so simple then?
    [available online]

City Bosphorus

  1. The European Shore
    Turn your back on the Old City and take a drive along the Bosphorus’s lower shore, from the half-abandoned docks of Karaköy, past mammoth cruise ships and hangars for modern art, to the palaces of Beşiktaş and Ortaköy
    [extract available online]
  2. Inside Yıldız Palace:
    A World of His Own

    Abdülhamid II amazed his subjects by retreating behind high walls on a hilltop above Beşiktaş, taking his court and government with him. Here he created a city within a palace – in part with his own hands. In a two-part feature, Berrin Torolsan tells the story of the palace, its park and its guesthouse. Photographs by Fritz von der Schulenburg
    [extract available online]
  3. The Anatolian Shore
    Kadıköy to Üsküdar, from tea gardens to hilltop mosques
    [available online]
  4. Kadıköy and Moda:
    Seeing and Believing

    Lovely churches, a lively market, enticing ice cream, shady cafés… and they called this the land of the blind. Andrew Finkel introduces Kadıköy, and Harriet Rix mooches around the district of Moda. Photographs by Monica Fritz
    [extract available online]
  5. Üsküdar:
    City of Domes and Dames

    Üsküdar – its history shaped by three powerful queen mothers and a tireless English nurse – has surprises to offer behind its unprepossessing façade: dazzling mosques, villagey tranquillity and epic views…
    [extract available online]
  6. Üsküdar Waterfront:
    Solemn Promise

    The approach to Üsküdar across the Bosphorus is defined by Sinan’s two waterfront mosques, which have framed this gateway to Asia for four centuries. Photographs by Brian McKee
    [extract available online]

Village Bosphorus

  1. The European Shore: Istanbul's Riviera
    A string of urban villages awaits discovery on each shore of the Bosphorus. Every one has its own character and history. In this section we take you first up the European side, followed by a trip up the more rural Asian shore
    [available online]
  2. The Anatolian Shore: From Sea to Shining Sea
    Continuing our tour of Bosphorus villages, we cross back to a more untamed Asian shore. Heading upstream again, we start in Beylerbeyi and Çengelköy, with their grand views of the Old City, and make for the fortress of Anadoluhisari, where the Bosphorus narrows and the yalis are at their most captivating. Our journey ends on the hilltop of Anadolukavağı, with the Black Sea in our sights
    [extract available online]

Connoisseur

  1. Visual and Decorative Arts
    Lady Mary’s son makes a fortune, Liotard’s Bosphorus beauty heads north, and other art news
  2. Well-Heeled Ottomans
    The shoe show at the Sadberk Hanım Museum

Books

  1. Literary Giant
    David Barchard looks back on the life of Yaşar Kemal (1923–2015). Portrait by Ara Güler
  2. Reviews
    Tim Cornwell on Dark Journey The Legend of Kamelya and Murat, by İrfan Orga; Robert Ousterhout on Legends of Authority: The 1215 Seljuk Inscriptions of Sinop Citadel, Turkey, by Scott Redford
  3. Tribute
    A tribute to the botanist Asuman Baytop and her life’s work (1920–2015), by Brian Mathew
    [available online]
  4. Hello Constantinople
    The first royal tour to be photographed for the public, in 1862, was a great success. It kept Queen Victoria’s wayward heir, Bertie, out of trouble, and in London crowds flocked to see Francis Bedford’s images of the Ottoman Empire. Sophie Gordon charts the Constantinople leg of the tour
  5. Book Ends: That Stamboul Magic
    Barnaby Rogerson recounts how he came to republish Stamboul Sketches, a forgotten work of ‘pure enchantment’ by John Frreely

Cookery

  1. Earthly Delights: The irresistible lure of the humble potato
    The potato was a latecomer to Turkish cookery, but today it is hard to imagine life without it. The humble spud, the ultimate in comfort food, is endlessly versatile, and also comes packed with goodness. Berrin Torolsan serves up some favourite dishes
    [extract available online]

Regulars

  1. Private View: Change is in the air
    First an unneeded third Bosphorus bridge, then a new airport that will destroy acres of Belgrade Forest, now plans to cut a shipping canal across the Thracian peninsula. To cap it all, his neighbourhood looks cuter by the minute. Andrew Finkel longs for the old Istanbul
  2. Letter from Anatolia
    The late Yaşar Kemal’s remarkable blend of originality, wisdom and humanity earned him universal respect. Roger Norman celebrates a remarkable storyteller with unique powers to move and inspire, especially when lamenting the modern world’s wanton destruction of ancient traditions and values
    [available online]
  3. Eating Out
    From swish to fish. Andrew Finkel checks out some top Bosphorus bites
    [extract available online]

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