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By clicking 1 Click Bid, you commit to buy this item from the seller if you're the winning bidder. You enter the palace trough the Gate of Salutation (1) (Babus Selam), also known as the Middle Gate (Orta Kap?). Directly to your right after entering the Second Courtyard, the imperial carriages are on display in the former stables. The palace kitchens (mutfaklar), designed by court architect Mimar Sinan, cover the complete right-hand side of the Second Courtyard. These days the kitchens exhibit the world’s second best collection of Chinese blue-and-white, white and celadon porcelain. The collection also holds around 3.000 pieces of Yuan and Ming celadon, particularly valued by the sultans and the queen mother because it was supposed to change color when brought into contact with poisonous food.

Besides the porcelain, the kitchens also contain the palace’s collection of ceramics, glass and silverware. Opposite the palace kitchens and around the corner from the Harem entrance is the Imperial Council (Divan). Adjacent to the Imperial Council you’ll find the former State Treasury, present home to an exhibition of weapons and armor, hence called the Weapons Room (Silahlar).
It displays a huge collection of some 400 weapons and armors, among which swords of various sultans. Import charges previously quoted are subject to change if you increase you maximum bid amount. The Gate of Salutation, through which only the sultan and the queen mother (Valide Sultan) were allowed on horseback, leads into the Second Courtyard, an huge park with plane trees, cypresses and rose bushes.
The carriages on display are some of the sultan’s carriages, including the state carriage and the carriage of the Valide Sultan. You can’t miss them with their 20 wide chimneys clearly visible from wherever you are in the court. Most of it was imported from China and Japan, transported via camels over the legendary Silk Route. This is where the state affairs were discussed and the business of running the empire was carried out.
It is the highest structure of the palace, and supposedly offers great views of the entire palace.

The sultan only used this immense rococo style gate and the square (Divan Meydan?) in front of it during special ceremonies.
If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. A kitchen staff of over 800 people prepared the meals for up to 5.000 inhabitants of the palace. The Imperial Council consisted of the Grand Vizier (Pasa Kap?s?), viziers and other leading officials of the Ottoman Empire held meetings.
From the window with the golden grill high on the wall, the sultan or queen mother could eavesdrop on deliberations of the council. Unfortunately, every time I visited the palace, it was closed for renovation or other reasons. While discussing the different locations and items inside the palace you’ll find numbers between brackets after their names.
They normally met four times a week to deliberate about the political, administrative and religious affairs of the state.

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