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ⓘ Museum of Illumination and Heating Appliances. The Museum of Illumination and Heating Appliances is a small, privately run museum adjacent to the Blue Mosque an ..




                                     

ⓘ Museum of Illumination and Heating Appliances

The Museum of Illumination and Heating Appliances is a small, privately run museum adjacent to the Blue Mosque and Hagia Sophia in the Sultanahhmet neighbourhood of Eminonu in Istanbul, Turkey.

Located in a restored 19th century mansion, the museum houses a large collection of antique and archaic heating and lighting appliances, as well as a variety of other Anatolian artifacts. The museums pamphlet sums up its collection as:

Almost 90 percent of the items presented have been collected in Anatolia, while the remaining are from various parts of the world. Among these are

  • metal items 9.000 years old,
  • quick flammable plants with the spark of two flint stones,
  • oil lamps made of clay 15.000 years old,
  • city gas lamps,
  • stoves
  • coal stoves and irons,
  • stone lamps 40.000 years old,
  • Ottoman incense burners,
  • hundreds of amazing items for illumination and heating.
  • the discovery of steam energy,
  • chandeliers, oil lamps, spirit lamps, acetylene lamps, Byzantine and Roman oil lamps,
  • lanterns from different eras and places, and
  • kerosene lamps,
  • oil lamps from the Seljuk era,
  • a porcelain oil lamp similar to the one at Louvre,
  • Beykoz oil lamps,
  • cooking stoves,
  • candle sticks from various countries and religions,
  • Seljuk braziers,
  • glass 4.5000 years old,

All are displayed in historical sequence, starting from the discovery of fire one million years ago.

For foreign visitors interested in Ottoman culture and society, the collection of room heaters and similar appliances gives a window into the lifestyle of Istanbuls golden age.

                                     
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