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Constantinople National Geographic, 1914

Peasants resting in street.

All that color.  Children attendants gather supplies for an Arab diner in Algeria, February 1928. Photograph by Jules Gervais Courtellemont, National Geographic.

natgeofound: “ Children attendants gather supplies for an Arab diner in Algeria, February Photograph by Jules Gervais Courtellemont, National Geographic ”

lit Basilica Cistern (ancient reservoirs hidden beneath the city), Istanbul, Turkey, Europe

Basilica cistern - Istanbul, Turkey - From National Geographic's Best Spring Trips 2012

The photo was taken in Eminˆn¸ square which one of the largest squares in Istanbul. There are two images reflected from the bus glass. One of them is a boy who distributes bread to groceries, the other one is historical ottoman mosque. This is a souvenir photo that couldn't encountered in all the time. (Photo and caption by Sami Uaan/National Geographic Photo Contest)

2013 National Geographic Photo Contest

Old and New Photos of Istanbul - Constantinople

National Geographic May collection of Maggie Land Blanck.

An Empire Ends This 1923 photo captures Constantinople at the end of the Ottoman Empire and the beginning of the Turkish Republic. Seven years later, the city was renamed Istanbul.  PHOTOGRAPH BY JULES GERVAISE COURTELLEMONT, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

An Empire Ends - Photograph by Jules Gervais Courtellemont, National Geographic - This 1923 photo captures Constantinople at the end of the Ottoman Empire and the beginning of the Turkish Republic. Seven years later, the city was renamed Istanbul.

These Beautiful Antique Photos Were Made With Potato Starch / An Empire Ends This 1923 photo captures Constantinople at the end of the Ottoman Empire and the beginning of the Turkish Republic. Seven years later, the city was renamed Istanbul.  PHOTOGRAPH BY JULES GERVAISE COURTELLEMONT, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

These Beautiful Antique Photos Were Made With Potato Starch / An Empire Ends This 1923 photo captures Constantinople at the end of the Ottoman Empire and the beginning of the Turkish Republic. Seven years later, the city was renamed Istanbul. PHOTOGRAPH BY JULES GERVAISE COURTELLEMONT, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

Types of Turkish Recruits:   Constantinople National Geographic, 1914

Types of Turkish Recruits: Constantinople National Geographic, 1914

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