Varia - Part 4

posted by mh on 2007/10/01 14:26

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Stephen Lewis' weblog merits a visit with a new posting on wooden mosques in the Eastern Balkans. See also some related photo blogs (is that the proper term?) on painted decoration in late Ottoman mosques and stone-carving. Strangely, his other weblog at ("Infrastructure, Identity, Communication, and Change") has apparently been shut down by the Turkish government. From my Turkish computer it reads: Access to this site has been suspended in accordance with decision no: 2007/195 of T.C. Fatih 2.Civil Court of First Instance. More on this DEFINITELY later... (update: answer found here)



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