https://hyperallergic.com/478505/getty-research-institute-ottoman-photography/

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Unknown photographer, Constantinople, between 1888 and 1900 (all images courtesy Getty’s open content program). The Getty Research Institute has recently digitized over 6,000 19th- and early 20th-century Ottoman-era photographs, collected in the 1980s by French collector Pierre de Gigord during his travels through Turkey. The collection is now available to study and download for free online. M. Iranian, “Boucherie turque” (undated). The photos encompass various walks of Ottoman life, depicting “landmark architecture, urban and natural landscapes, archeological sites of millennia-old civilizations, and the bustling life of the diverse people who lived over 100 years ago in the last decades... Full story

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