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Istanbul and The Grand Bazaar edited by Monella Ada Sarfarti., Önder Küçükerman and Kenan Mortan

£24.99

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Hardback published in 2009 with slipcase weighing 2100 gr., hence courier fee. Trade is a sine qua non to sustainable human life, together with money, script and law. Throughout History, trading zones have shaped the development of urban landscapes. Anatolia was the cradle of trade and for thousands of years it was the scene of the development of commerce, industry and innovation. The Grand Bazaar of Istanbul is a formidable centre of trade dating back 500 years, and probably the most complex and complete structure inherited from the Ottoman Empire.
The book is virtually as new, 299 pages, 25cm x 32cm x 2.8cm. The slipcase is in Very Good condition also, just some very slight wear to the extreme corners and some very small dents in some places on the edges. Donated item that does not appear to have been used. Due to weight this item can not be shipped overseas.

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Author(s):
Monella Ada Sarfarti., Önder Küçükerman, Kenan Mortan
Condition:
As new
ISBN-13:
9789751733757
Publisher:
The Banks Association of Turkey, 2009
Title:
Istanbul and The Grand Bazaar

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Hardback published in 2009 with slipcase weighing 2100 gr., hence courier fee. Trade is a sine qua non to sustainable human life, together with money, script and law. Throughout History, trading zones have shaped the development of urban landscapes. Anatolia was the cradle of trade and for thousands of years it was the scene of the development of commerce, industry and innovation. The Grand Bazaar of Istanbul is a formidable centre of trade dating back 500 years, and probably the most complex and complete structure inherited from the Ottoman Empire.
The book is virtually as new, 299 pages, 25cm x 32cm x 2.8cm. The slipcase is in Very Good condition also, just some very slight wear to the extreme corners and some very small dents in some places on the edges. Donated item that does not appear to have been used. Due to weight this item can not be shipped overseas.

Author(s):
Monella Ada Sarfarti., Önder Küçükerman, Kenan Mortan
Condition:
As new
ISBN-13:
9789751733757
Publisher:
The Banks Association of Turkey, 2009
Title:
Istanbul and The Grand Bazaar

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