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Zwei Freunde auf dem Balkan: Makedonien und die Türkei

Erstellt von Kejo, 22.05.2012, 21:14 Uhr · 920 Antworten · 157.269 Aufrufe

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    Ottoman-era papers in Macedonia draw interest from Turkey

    15/10/2013
    The two countries are digitising Macedonia's vast number of Ottoman-era manuscripts.
    By Miki Trajkovski for Southeast European Times in Skopje -- 15/10/13

    Macedonia Culture Minister Elizabeta Kanceska Milevska (centre) meets Turkish Ambassador to Macedonia Gurol Sokmensuer (right) and the representatives of institutions that work on the digitalisation of Ottoman manuscripts. [Miki Trajkovski/SETimes]

    Macedonia and Turkey completed the first phase of a joint project to digitally record a significant collection of Ottoman-era manuscripts.
    "Macedonia possesses some of the richest Ottoman archives outside Turkey," Mahmut Cevik, co-ordinator of the Turkish International Co-operation and Development Agency (TIKA) office in Skopje, toldSETimes.
    TIKA assumed the responsibility of bringing in equipment needed to digitise 5,000 Ottoman-era manuscripts totalling 900,000 pages at Macedonia's national library St. Kliment Ohridski in Skopje.
    The project is part of a larger conservation effort that extends to Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Croatia, Kosovo and Albania. It is financed by Turkey's central bank, Yunus Emre Institute in Ankara and the Suleymaniye library in Istanbul.
    An expert team from Turkey worked spent four months with Macedonian specialists to digitise the Ottoman written works in law, poetry, literature and religion that range from the 12th to the 20th centuries and are written in Persian, Arabic and medieval Turkish.
    Macedonia and Turkey have long collaborated in cultural areas and the Ottoman project confirms and advances the co-operation, said Elizabeta Kanceska Milevska, culture minister of Macedonia.
    "It is of great importance that the Macedonian government came up with a strategy for digitalisation of the cultural heritage, which is already being implemented. It is equally significant that our experts will be trained in Turkey, and that is important for furthering the digitalisation process," Kanceska Milevska told SETimes.
    Macedonia's national library is a member of the world and European digital library associations, said Mile Bosevski, director of the St. Kliment Ohridski library.
    "All manuscripts will soon be made available through them, and anyone can view the manuscripts as they are gradually posted on the internet," Bosevski told SETimes.
    The library also created a catalogue and archive with a description of all digitised manuscripts.
    Bosevski said after the end of the Ottoman Empire, the manuscripts remained in possession of individuals, organisations and mosques, and Macedonia has made a concerted effort to collect and preserve them.
    The manuscripts are becoming part of the world cultural and historical heritage, according to Nevzat Kaya, manager of the team from Turkey.

    "Through the project, we are prolonging the life of the manuscripts that are damaged, and we will prevent them from disappearing by digitising them. There were some that would not have been readable in 30 or 40 years," Kaya told SETimes.
    "The [Ottoman] written works are best preserved in Macedonia compared to other countries we have visited, and we are very happy about it," Nurettin Ceviz, professor at the Yunus Emre Institute in Ankara, said.
    Turkey will give the digitisation equipment to Macedonia's national library as an expression of its gratitude to Macedonia for preserving the Ottoman written works, officials said.

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    Kurshunlu Han to become Turkey's Cultural office in Macedonia
    The office of Yunus Emre Cultural Center will move Kurshunlu Han, a historical Ottoman caravanserai in Skopje.












    Macedonian parliament will vote the decision to transfer Kurshunlu Han, a historical Ottoman caravanserai in Skopje, to Turkish authorities. When the parliament decides the place to turn over Turkey,Yunus Emre Cultural Center will move in the caravanserai.
    In December two governments agreed to transfer of caravanserai and signed a Memorandum of Understanding, thus the vote is expected to approve the deal. After the legal procedure, the office ofYunus Emre Cultural Center, an initiative of Turkish government to introduce Turkish culture abroad, will move the historical place.
    Having been ruled nearly 6 centuries under Ottoman Empire, the country has many constructions reflecting Ottoman architectural style. Ottoman type of caravanserais, hammams and mosques survive to this day but are used for different purposes. For many reasons,Macedoniacan be fairly defined as the country which attaches most importance to protect Ottoman heritage.
    One of the best examples of Ottoman past, Kurshunlu caravanserai was built in 16th century and as the other caravanserais in Skopje, it is also located Turkish Bazaar. The building which was built by Muslihüddin Abdul Ghani, was named after the material with which its dome was produced (Kurshun means lead in English). The caravanserai seized2800 square meter and its main entrance located across the gate of Turkish Bazaar.
    The building has several common characteristics with other Ottoman caravanserais. Having decorative walls, domes with square columns and lead covered pyramids, the Caravanserai has defied time in Macedonian capital. As an apparent property of eastern architecture, the building has a stabling, appropriate for a hundred cattles in downstairs. In the second floor, there are 32 rooms for the purpose of accommodation and stockpiling. Until the 18th century, the caravanserai was appropriately served for the purpose of facilitating tradesmen’s requirements. The caravanserai was actually a part of a campus in which a hammam and a mosque, but today there is only one wall of the hammam left apart from the caravanserai. As uprisings against Ottoman rule erupted inMacedonia, the building was transformed to a prison for the rebel groups.
    Kurshunlu Han today is hosting a part of the Museum of Macedonia, the country’s biggest museum, and 130 stonestatues from different periods ranging from BC 1 to 4 AD are presented in Kurshunlu.
    In 2006, Turkish and Macedonian governments have bilaterally agreed to open cultural centers. Whereas a place was given toMacedoniainIstanbul’s Taksim district for cultural center, Kurshunlu Hanwas chosen for Turkey’s cultural center.

    VIDEO Kurshunlu Han to become Turkey's Cultural office in Macedonia | Art & Culture | World Bulletin

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    3. Turkish Export Product Fair in Macedonia


    NOVEMBER 6, 2013BY ALEKSANDRAIN MACEDONIACOMMENTS

    The 3. Turkish Export Product Fair, organized by the international fair organization “Meridyen” and the Macedonian-Turkish Chamber of Commerce (MATTO) will be held at Skopje Fair on November 6-9.

    Visitors will have the opportunity to see products by about 40 Turkish companies in the field of textile, cosmetics, agriculture, logistics, tourism, construction, education etc.
    The Eskisehir chamber of commerce and MATTO will also have their stands.


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    Ich finde die türkisch-makedonische Freundschaft gut und wichtig

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    Zitat Zitat von Hamburg1711 Beitrag anzeigen
    Ich finde die türkisch-makedonische Freundschaft gut und wichtig
    Ich nicht

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    finde ich gut die mazedonier (ehem. bulgaren) sind ursprünglich auch ein turkvolk

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    Zitat Zitat von afroditi Beitrag anzeigen
    Ich nicht

    schön für Dich

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    Zitat Zitat von Pjetër Balsha Beitrag anzeigen
    finde ich gut die mazedonier (ehem. bulgaren) sind ursprünglich auch ein turkvolk

    Nur wen interessiert was ein verkappter möchtegernülürer wie du denkt?

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    Zitat Zitat von Macedonian-Pride Beitrag anzeigen
    Nur wen interessiert was ein verkappter möchtegernülürer wie du denkt?
    wenns niemanden interessiert dann frag ich mich warum du mich zitierst bolgar ?

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    Zitat Zitat von Pjetër Balsha Beitrag anzeigen
    wenns niemanden interessiert dann frag ich mich warum du mich zitierst bolgar ?

    Halt die Fresse.

    Pozdrav

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