Evren, Zeytinburnu (2003)
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Abbreviation
Evren, Zeytinburnu (2003)
Form of publication
Book

Burçak Evren, Ekren Işın, Erol Özvar, Nuran Yıldırım et al, Surlarim öte yani Zeytinburnu, Burçak Evren (ed) (Zeytinburnu Belediye Başkanlıǧı [The Zeytinburnu Municipality], İstanbul 2003)

Collective work
Yes
ISBN / ISSN
ISBN 975-92356-0-9
Data

Surlarim öte yani Zeytinburnu / Monuments of Zeytinburnu (in Turkish) is a collaborative volume published by the Municipality of Zeytinburnu that investigates the historical development of this area lying just outside the Byzantine Land Walls of Istanbul.

Beginning in the Byzantine period, the 14 contributors focus on 30 subjects, including the Hagiasma and Monastery of the Life-containing Source (Balıklı) pp. 24-39, the industrial zone of Kazlıçeşme and its tanneries pp. 58-89, the mosques, Dervish tekkes and Mevlevi lodges pp. 92-121 and 132-147, fountains and the more elaborate drinking water facilities know as “sebil” pp. 126-133, the large historic hospitals in the area (the Armenian Hospital of Balıklı, the Greek Orthodox Hospital of Balıklı, the Military Hospital and others) pp. 150-175, as well as more recent topics relating to demographics, urban development and the physical environment. Index pp. 251-253, Biographical Notes on contributors pp. 254-255. Map of the area included in the Municipality p. 256. The volume is richly illustrated with materials both archival and modern. Phot by Ali Çalısır. Total pages 256, large format, soft cover.

Key words
Armenian Community of Istanbul.
Balıklı, area.
Balıklı, Greek Orthodox Home for the Elderly.
Balıklı, Greek Orthodox Hospital.
Byzantine period.
Dervishes.
Fountain.
Gate, gates.
Hagiasma.
Hebdomon, suburb.
Hospital.
Istanbul, Armenian churches.
Istanbul, Ottoman monuments.
Istanbul, Thracian suburbs.
Land Walls.
Modern period.
Monasteries.
Mosque.
Ottoman period.
Paraskevi, saint / St Paraskevi / Hagia Paraskeve.
Pege Monastery, Balıklı.
Production facilities.
Sports facilities.
Tekke.
Theodosian Walls.
Via Egnatia.