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The Turkish Ministry of Culture’s Revolving Capital Administration (DOSIM) Stores

www.gelenekselelsanatlari.gov.tr/index.php?language=eng

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Anatolian works created in different periods as well as new works by new masters are for sale on Dosim stores in connection with Ministry of Tourism Culture.

Traditional Turkish Handicrafts, replicated soil products, stone products, mineral products, glass products, animal products, vegetable products, textiles and jewelry are sold in these stores. The Ministry of Culture and Tourism publications are also sold through these DÖSİM stores.

Shopping is one of the great pleasures of a trip to Turkey and the rich variety of Turkish crafts makes it impossible to resist buying something. Fine apparel of silk, cotton, leather and wool; artful jewelry; leather accessories; brilliant faience (colored tiles); vessels of copper, brass, marble, meerschaum and alabaster worked by master artisans; and of course heirloom-quality Turkish carpets and kilims, are among the most popular purchases. Great value and an enjoyable shopping experience can be found everywhere, from small towns to big cities. Visit the “What to buy” section at www.turizm.gov.tr/ to discover shopping opportunities in each province…

Unique regional handicrafts make shopping that much more enjoyable. Traditional Turkish handicrafts crafts including carpets, ceramics and pottery, tiles, copper items, woodcarvings, decorative glass, and embroidery are a major component of Turkish culture. They are a stunning reflection of Turkey’s diverse cultural heritage and thousands of years of history. For more information on Turkish handicrafts visit www.kultur.gov.tr/ (click on Culture, then Handicrafts). www.lesartsturcs.org

The Turkish Ministry of Culture’s Revolving Capital Administration (DOSIM) promotes production of Anatolian handcrafts. DOSIM markets those products through its 13 Cultural Products Sales Centers located throughout the country. Please visit www.kultur.gov.tr/ and click on “DOSIM Shopping” to find out more about DOSIM and the locations of their Sales Centers.

Türk ve İslam Eserleri Müzesi Handcraft & Book Store
Türk İslam Eserleri Müzesi No:46 – SULTANAHMET
Tel : 0212 517 74 10

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The Turkish Ministry of Culture’s Revolving Capital Administration (DOSIM) Stores

www.gelenekselelsanatlari.gov.tr/index.php?language=eng

issuu.com/turgan/docs/dosim

Anatolian works created in different periods as well as new works by new masters are for sale on Dosim stores in connection with Ministry of Tourism Culture.

Traditional Turkish Handicrafts, replicated soil products, stone products, mineral products, glass products, animal products, vegetable products, textiles and jewelry are sold in these stores. The Ministry of Culture and Tourism publications are also sold through these DÖSİM stores.

Shopping is one of the great pleasures of a trip to Turkey and the rich variety of Turkish crafts makes it impossible to resist buying something. Fine apparel of silk, cotton, leather and wool; artful jewelry; leather accessories; brilliant faience (colored tiles); vessels of copper, brass, marble, meerschaum and alabaster worked by master artisans; and of course heirloom-quality Turkish carpets and kilims, are among the most popular purchases. Great value and an enjoyable shopping experience can be found everywhere, from small towns to big cities. Visit the “What to buy” section at www.turizm.gov.tr/ to discover shopping opportunities in each province…

Unique regional handicrafts make shopping that much more enjoyable. Traditional Turkish handicrafts crafts including carpets, ceramics and pottery, tiles, copper items, woodcarvings, decorative glass, and embroidery are a major component of Turkish culture. They are a stunning reflection of Turkey’s diverse cultural heritage and thousands of years of history. For more information on Turkish handicrafts visit www.kultur.gov.tr/ (click on Culture, then Handicrafts). www.lesartsturcs.org

The Turkish Ministry of Culture’s Revolving Capital Administration (DOSIM) promotes production of Anatolian handcrafts. DOSIM markets those products through its 13 Cultural Products Sales Centers located throughout the country. Please visit www.kultur.gov.tr/ and click on “DOSIM Shopping” to find out more about DOSIM and the locations of their Sales Centers.

Cağaloğlu Book Store
Ankara Cad. No:46 – CAĞALOĞLU
Tel : 0212 512 64 51

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Istanbul Handicrafts Center

The Touring and Automobile Club of Turkey has restored the old Cedid Mehmet Efendi Medresesi in Sultanahmet and now operates it as the Istanbul Handicrafts Center. The center’s aim is to revive dying crafts and show visitors how these arts and crafts were performed. Each of its rooms is devoted to a traditional Turkish craft, such as producing marbled paper, calligraphy, painting miniatures, making lace, pinking and embroidering. There is also traditional bookbinding, and a glass and porcelain atelier.

www.istanbulhandicraftcenter.com/

Nuruosmaniye Cad. No:32  Cagaloglu  Eminonu Istanbul  34440  Tel  90 (212) 520 91 92 PBX

Kabasakal Cad. (the side street next to the Dervis Tea Garden and across from the Blue Mosque), Sultanahmet

The street-front shop to the workshops in this restored 17th-century Ottoman medrese has a choice collection of precious ceramic and porcelain reproductions from Kütahya and Iznik

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Istanbul Handicrafts Center

The Touring and Automobile Club of Turkey has restored the old Cedid Mehmet Efendi Medresesi in Sultanahmet and now operates it as the Istanbul Handicrafts Center. The center’s aim is to revive dying crafts and show visitors how these arts and crafts were performed. Each of its rooms is devoted to a traditional Turkish craft, such as producing marbled paper, calligraphy, painting miniatures, making lace, pinking and embroidering. There is also traditional bookbinding, and a glass and porcelain atelier.

www.istanbulhandicraftcenter.com/

Nuruosmaniye Cad. No:32  Cagaloglu  Eminonu

Istanbul  34440

Tel  90 (212) 520 91 92 PBX

Kabasakal Cad. (the side street next to the Dervis Tea Garden and across from the Blue Mosque), Sultanahmet

The street-front shop to the workshops in this restored 17th-century Ottoman medrese has a choice collection of precious ceramic and porcelain reproductions from Kütahya and Iznik

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The Turkish Ministry of Culture’s Revolving Capital Administration (DOSIM) Stores

www.gelenekselelsanatlari.gov.tr/index.php?language=eng

issuu.com/turgan/docs/dosim

Anatolian works created in different periods as well as new works by new masters are for sale on Dosim stores in connection with Ministry of Tourism Culture.

Traditional Turkish Handicrafts, replicated soil products, stone products, mineral products, glass products, animal products, vegetable products, textiles and jewelry are sold in these stores. The Ministry of Culture and Tourism publications are also sold through these DÖSİM stores.

Shopping is one of the great pleasures of a trip to Turkey and the rich variety of Turkish crafts makes it impossible to resist buying something. Fine apparel of silk, cotton, leather and wool; artful jewelry; leather accessories; brilliant faience (colored tiles); vessels of copper, brass, marble, meerschaum and alabaster worked by master artisans; and of course heirloom-quality Turkish carpets and kilims, are among the most popular purchases. Great value and an enjoyable shopping experience can be found everywhere, from small towns to big cities. Visit the “What to buy” section at www.turizm.gov.tr/ to discover shopping opportunities in each province…

Unique regional handicrafts make shopping that much more enjoyable. Traditional Turkish handicrafts crafts including carpets, ceramics and pottery, tiles, copper items, woodcarvings, decorative glass, and embroidery are a major component of Turkish culture. They are a stunning reflection of Turkey’s diverse cultural heritage and thousands of years of history. For more information on Turkish handicrafts visit www.kultur.gov.tr/ (click on Culture, then Handicrafts). www.lesartsturcs.org

The Turkish Ministry of Culture’s Revolving Capital Administration (DOSIM) promotes production of Anatolian handcrafts. DOSIM markets those products through its 13 Cultural Products Sales Centers located throughout the country. Please visit www.kultur.gov.tr/ and click on “DOSIM Shopping” to find out more about DOSIM and the locations of their Sales Centers.


İstanbul Prestij Handcraft Store
Ayasofya Girişi
34400-İSTANBUL
0212 514 56 49


Prestij Halı-Kilim Store
Bab-ı Humayun Cad. No . 2/4 Ayasofya girişi –SULTANAHMET
0212 514 56 49


Türk ve İslam Eserleri Müzesi Handcraft & Book Store
Türk İslam Eserleri Müzesi No:46 – SULTANAHMET
Tel : 0212 517 74 10

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The Turkish Ministry of Culture’s Revolving Capital Administration (DOSIM) Stores

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www.gelenekselelsanatlari.gov.tr/index.php?language=eng

issuu.com/turgan/docs/dosim

Anatolian works created in different periods as well as new works by new masters are for sale on Dosim stores in connection with Ministry of Tourism Culture.

Traditional Turkish Handicrafts, replicated soil products, stone products, mineral products, glass products, animal products, vegetable products, textiles and jewelry are sold in these stores. The Ministry of Culture and Tourism publications are also sold through these DÖSİM stores.

Shopping is one of the great pleasures of a trip to Turkey and the rich variety of Turkish crafts makes it hard to resist purchases. Fine apparel of silk, cotton, leather and wool; artful jewelry; leather accessories; brilliant faience (colored tiles); vessels of copper, brass, marble, meerschaum and alabaster worked by master artisans; and of course heirloom-quality Turkish carpets and kilims, are among the most popular purchases. Great value and an enjoyable shopping experience can be found everywhere, from small towns to big cities. Visit the “What to buy” section at www.turizm.gov.tr/ to discover shopping opportunities in each province…

Unique regional handicrafts make shopping that much more enjoyable. Traditional Turkish handicrafts crafts including carpets, ceramics and pottery, tiles, copper items, woodcarvings, decorative glass, and embroidery are a major component of Turkish culture. They are a stunning reflection of Turkey’s diverse cultural heritage and thousands of years of history. For more information on Turkish handicrafts visit www.kultur.gov.tr/ (click on Culture, then Handicrafts). www.lesartsturcs.org

The Turkish Ministry of Culture’s Revolving Capital Administration (DOSIM) promotes production of Anatolian handcrafts. DOSIM markets those products through its 13 Cultural Products Sales Centers located throughout the country. Please visit www.kultur.gov.tr/ and click on “DOSIM Shopping” to find out more about DOSIM and the locations of their Sales Centers.

Bahçekapı Handcraft & Book Store
Hobyar Mah. Şeyhülislam Hayri Efendi
Cad. No. 2/1 EMİNÖNÜ
0212 526 68 13

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The Turkish Ministry of Culture’s Revolving Capital Administration (DOSIM) Stores

www.gelenekselelsanatlari.gov.tr/index.php?language=eng

issuu.com/turgan/docs/dosim

Anatolian works created in different periods as well as new works by new masters are for sale on Dosim stores in connection with Ministry of Tourism Culture.

Traditional Turkish Handicrafts, replicated soil products, stone products, mineral products, glass products, animal products, vegetable products, textiles and jewelry are sold in these stores. The Ministry of Culture and Tourism publications are also sold through these DÖSİM stores.

Shopping is one of the great pleasures of a trip to Turkey and the rich variety of Turkish crafts makes it impossible to resist buying something. Fine apparel of silk, cotton, leather and wool; artful jewelry; leather accessories; brilliant faience (colored tiles); vessels of copper, brass, marble, meerschaum and alabaster worked by master artisans; and of course heirloom-quality Turkish carpets and kilims, are among the most popular purchases. Great value and an enjoyable shopping experience can be found everywhere, from small towns to big cities. Visit the “What to buy” section at www.turizm.gov.tr/ to discover shopping opportunities in each province…

Unique regional handicrafts make shopping that much more enjoyable. Traditional Turkish handicrafts crafts including carpets, ceramics and pottery, tiles, copper items, woodcarvings, decorative glass, and embroidery are a major component of Turkish culture. They are a stunning reflection of Turkey’s diverse cultural heritage and thousands of years of history. For more information on Turkish handicrafts visit www.kultur.gov.tr/ (click on Culture, then Handicrafts). www.lesartsturcs.org

The Turkish Ministry of Culture’s Revolving Capital Administration (DOSIM) promotes production of Anatolian handcrafts. DOSIM markets those products through its 13 Cultural Products Sales Centers located throughout the country. Please visit www.kultur.gov.tr/ and click on “DOSIM Shopping” to find out more about DOSIM and the locations of their Sales Centers.

İstanbul Prestij Handcraft Store
Ayasofya Entrance
34400-İSTANBUL
0212 514 56 49

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The Turkish Ministry of Culture’s Revolving Capital Administration (DOSIM) Stores

www.gelenekselelsanatlari.gov.tr/index.php?language=eng

issuu.com/turgan/docs/dosim

Anatolian works created in different periods as well as new works by new masters are for sale on Dosim stores in connection with Ministry of Tourism Culture.

Traditional Turkish Handicrafts, replicated soil products, stone products, mineral products, glass products, animal products, vegetable products, textiles and jewelry are sold in these stores. The Ministry of Culture and Tourism publications are also sold through these DÖSİM stores.

Shopping is one of the great pleasures of a trip to Turkey and the rich variety of Turkish crafts makes it impossible to resist buying something. Fine apparel of silk, cotton, leather and wool; artful jewelry; leather accessories; brilliant faience (colored tiles); vessels of copper, brass, marble, meerschaum and alabaster worked by master artisans; and of course heirloom-quality Turkish carpets and kilims, are among the most popular purchases. Great value and an enjoyable shopping experience can be found everywhere, from small towns to big cities. Visit the “What to buy” section at www.turizm.gov.tr/ to discover shopping opportunities in each province…

Unique regional handicrafts make shopping that much more enjoyable. Traditional Turkish handicrafts crafts including carpets, ceramics and pottery, tiles, copper items, woodcarvings, decorative glass, and embroidery are a major component of Turkish culture. They are a stunning reflection of Turkey’s diverse cultural heritage and thousands of years of history. For more information on Turkish handicrafts visit www.kultur.gov.tr/ (click on Culture, then Handicrafts). www.lesartsturcs.org

The Turkish Ministry of Culture’s Revolving Capital Administration (DOSIM) promotes production of Anatolian handcrafts. DOSIM markets those products through its 13 Cultural Products Sales Centers located throughout the country. Please visit www.kultur.gov.tr/ and click on “DOSIM Shopping” to find out more about DOSIM and the locations of their Sales Centers.

Haseki Hamamı Carpet & Kilim Store
Haseki Hürrem Sultan Hamamı
Ayasofya Meydanı No: 4
Sultanahmet-İSTANBUL
0212 638 00 35

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The Turkish Ministry of Culture’s Revolving Capital Administration (DOSIM) Stores

www.gelenekselelsanatlari.gov.tr/index.php?language=eng

issuu.com/turgan/docs/dosim

Anatolian works created in different periods as well as new works by new masters are for sale on Dosim stores in connection with Ministry of Tourism Culture.

Traditional Turkish Handicrafts, replicated soil products, stone products, mineral products, glass products, animal products, vegetable products, textiles and jewelry are sold in these stores. The Ministry of Culture and Tourism publications are also sold through these DÖSİM stores.

Shopping is one of the great pleasures of a trip to Turkey and the rich variety of Turkish crafts makes it impossible to resist buying something. Fine apparel of silk, cotton, leather and wool; artful jewelry; leather accessories; brilliant faience (colored tiles); vessels of copper, brass, marble, meerschaum and alabaster worked by master artisans; and of course heirloom-quality Turkish carpets and kilims, are among the most popular purchases. Great value and an enjoyable shopping experience can be found everywhere, from small towns to big cities. Visit the “What to buy” section at www.turizm.gov.tr/ to discover shopping opportunities in each province…

Unique regional handicrafts make shopping that much more enjoyable. Traditional Turkish handicrafts crafts including carpets, ceramics and pottery, tiles, copper items, woodcarvings, decorative glass, and embroidery are a major component of Turkish culture. They are a stunning reflection of Turkey’s diverse cultural heritage and thousands of years of history. For more information on Turkish handicrafts visit www.kultur.gov.tr/ (click on Culture, then Handicrafts). www.lesartsturcs.org

The Turkish Ministry of Culture’s Revolving Capital Administration (DOSIM) promotes production of Anatolian handcrafts. DOSIM markets those products through its 13 Cultural Products Sales Centers located throughout the country. Please visit www.kultur.gov.tr/ and click on “DOSIM Shopping” to find out more about DOSIM and the locations of their Sales Centers.

Topkapı El Sanatları  Satış  Mağazası
Topkapı Sarayı 1. Bahçe içi, Bilet Gişesi Yanı
Sultanahmet-İSTANBUL
0212  513 31 34

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The Turkish Ministry of Culture’s Revolving Capital Administration (DOSIM) Stores

www.gelenekselelsanatlari.gov.tr/index.php?language=eng

issuu.com/turgan/docs/dosim

Anatolian works created in different periods as well as new works by new masters are for sale on Dosim stores in connection with Ministry of Tourism Culture.

Traditional Turkish Handicrafts, replicated soil products, stone products, mineral products, glass products, animal products, vegetable products, textiles and jewelry are sold in these stores. The Ministry of Culture and Tourism publications are also sold through these DÖSİM stores.

Shopping is one of the great pleasures of a trip to Turkey and the rich variety of Turkish crafts makes it impossible to resist buying something. Fine apparel of silk, cotton, leather and wool; artful jewelry; leather accessories; brilliant faience (colored tiles); vessels of copper, brass, marble, meerschaum and alabaster worked by master artisans; and of course heirloom-quality Turkish carpets and kilims, are among the most popular purchases. Great value and an enjoyable shopping experience can be found everywhere, from small towns to big cities. Visit the “What to buy” section at www.turizm.gov.tr/ to discover shopping opportunities in each province…

Unique regional handicrafts make shopping that much more enjoyable. Traditional Turkish handicrafts crafts including carpets, ceramics and pottery, tiles, copper items, woodcarvings, decorative glass, and embroidery are a major component of Turkish culture. They are a stunning reflection of Turkey’s diverse cultural heritage and thousands of years of history. For more information on Turkish handicrafts visit www.kultur.gov.tr/ (click on Culture, then Handicrafts). www.lesartsturcs.org

The Turkish Ministry of Culture’s Revolving Capital Administration (DOSIM) promotes production of Anatolian handcrafts. DOSIM markets those products through its 13 Cultural Products Sales Centers located throughout the country. Please visit www.kultur.gov.tr/ and click on “DOSIM Shopping” to find out more about DOSIM and the locations of their Sales Centers.

Topkapı El Sanatları  Satış  Mağazası
Topkapı Sarayı 1. Bahçe içi, Bilet Gişesi Yanı
Sultanahmet-İSTANBUL
0212  513 31 34

Haseki Hamamı Halı ve Kilim Satış Mağazası
Haseki Hürrem Sultan Hamamı
Ayasofya Meydanı No: 4
Sultanahmet-İSTANBUL
0212 638 00 35

İstanbul Prestij El Sanatları  Satış Mağazası
Ayasofya Girişi
34400-İSTANBUL
0212 514 56 49

Bahçekapı El Sanatları ve Kitap Satış Mağazası
Hobyar Mah. Şeyhülislam Hayri Efendi
Cad. No. 2/1 EMİNÖNÜ
0212 526 68 13

Prestij Halı-Kilim Satış Mağazası
Bab-ı Humayun Cad. No . 2/4 Ayasofya girişi –SULTANAHMET
0212 514 56 49

Çağaloğlu Kitap Satış Mağazası
Ankara Cad. No:46 – ÇAĞALOĞLU
Tel : 0212 512 64 51

Türk ve İslam Eserleri Müzesi El Sanatları ve Kitap Satış Mağazası
Türk İslam Eserleri Müzesi No:46 – SULTANAHMET
Tel : 0212 517 74 10

Istanbul Handicrafts Center

The Touring and Automobile Club of Turkey has restored the old Cedid Mehmet Efendi Medresesi in Sultanahmet and now operates it as the Istanbul Handicrafts Center. The center’s aim is to revive dying crafts and show visitors how these arts and crafts were performed. Each of its rooms is devoted to a traditional Turkish craft, such as producing marbled paper, calligraphy, painting miniatures, making lace, pinking and embroidering. There is also traditional bookbinding, and a glass and porcelain atelier.

www.istanbulhandicraftcenter.com/

Nuruosmaniye Cad. No:32  Cagaloglu  Eminonu Istanbul  34440  Tel  90 (212) 520 91 92 PBX

Kabasakal Cad. (the side street next to the Dervis Tea Garden and across from the Blue Mosque), Sultanahmet

The street-front shop to the workshops in this restored 17th-century Ottoman medrese has a choice collection of precious ceramic and porcelain reproductions from Kütahya and Iznik

The Grand Bazaar

The Grand Bazaar, or “Kapalicarsi,” in Istanbul is a unique combination of fantastic merchandise and a memorable shopping experience. The Grand Bazaar is a maze of some 4,000 shops, selling treasures of every type. Still the commercial center of the old city, the Grand Bazaar’s 80 roads and streets form the original shopping mall. For more information, visit www.oldistanbul.com where you can find a map of the Grand Bazaar and a list of shops.

Also visit www.lesartsturcs.com and www.lesartsturcs.org

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