164 s, s/b fotoğraflar, sert kapak ciltli, İngilizce.
"American-Ottoman Relations through the Yıldız Palace Photography Collection" will also be released at the fair for the first time.
Another part of the project is a unique gem of 911 albums and 36,585 photographs telling the story of the Yıldız Palace Photography Collection. The documentary, "Through Ottoman Eyes," will have its international premiere. After the premiere at the London Yunus Emre Institute on April 12, at the Cultural Heritage panel, professors İlber Ortaylı and Vahdettin Engin will comment on Abdülhamid II's time and the British-Ottoman relations through the Yıldız Palace Photography Collection.
Professor Melek Özyetgin, the manager of the Sultan Abdülhamid II Application and Research Center, Explained it was important to Abdülhamid II to follow the world to meet future targets. She added that the valuable photographs in the Yıldız Palace Photography Collection today are one of the indicators and strongest examples of this. The collection includes rare works in terms of visual history of the sultan's and offers a glimpse into at the empire from a wide perspective with photographs from 38 different countries. "The Yıldız Palace Photography Collection is not just cultural heritage with unmatched importance for our country, but also for the world. Cultural works of art are one of the most important elements of our common civilization and, therefore, we try to introduce this collection at international platforms," Özyetgin said. She added that the collection was one of the two nominees UNESCO Turkey National Commission submitted for the UNESCO Memory of the World List for 2018 and 2019.