1770 - The Universal Magazine - Constantinople Survey

1770 - The Universal Magazine - Constantinople Survey

Constantinople (Istanbul). Copper engraved map with topographical detail of surrounding area. Published in The Universal Magazine in 1770.

1 The great St. Sophia
2 Yali Kiosk, one gate of the Seraglio
3 The Egyptian Market-place
4 Engi Jami
5 Vali-de Jami, or mosque
6 The Vizir Azem's Palace
7 Jami of Sultan Achmet
8 Jami of Ibrahim Cham
9 Hippodromus or At-Meidan, a Riding-place
10 Seraglio where the deported Emperors are confined
11 The little St. Sopihia
12 Great Bezestin, a Market
13 Vali de Kan, a great Store-house for foreign Merchants
14 Vali de Caravansera, or public Inns, where Travellers and others are received gratis
15 Eski Serai, or the old Seraglio, formerly Omphal, a great Palace
16 Great Bazar, a Market
17 The New Jami, a mosque
18 Vizir Kan, a Market for foreigners
19 Jami of Sultan Bajazet
20 Jami of Shazade
21 Jami of Ferhad Bashaw
22 Jami of Orta
23 Jami of Sultan Soliman
24 Palace of Aga of Janisaries
25 Jami of Kellis
26 Jami of Aya, formerly St. Anastasius
27 Finer, a Castle of the Grecian Patriarch, and also the College, where the Greek Tongue is taught, in its Original purity
28 Finer's Gate, by which Mahomet II. took the town
29 Jami of Dragoman
31 The Ruins of Constantine's Palace
32 Jami of the Felteha, formerly called Almighty
33 Jami of the Sultan Mahomet, formerly called Holy Apostles
34 Barracks of the Janisaries
35 Jami of David Bashaw
36 Jami of the Arabs
37 Seven Towers Gate
38 Powder Magazine
39 Gardeners Lodgings
40 Fish-Market
41 Sindan, a prison for debt
1770 - The Universal Magazine - Constantinople Survey
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