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Notes on the Geography of Turkey (Istanbul): Topkapi and Dolmabahce: Photo 1

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The fountain of Sultan Ahmet, 1728, first of the local genre of freestanding public fountains. The inscription reads: "Drink the water and say a prayer for Sultan Ahmet." Behind the fountain is the sultan's entrance to Aya Sofya; to the right, the first gate of Topkapi.

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