Photographer's Note

This is the door to the Internal Treasury building in the Harem Garden of Dolmabahçe Palace. The tiny building now houses the Dolmabahçe Clock Museum, where clocks belonging to the National Palaces Clock Collection are displayed. According to the museum's website, "The museum exhibits 71 clocks. These include the musical automats of famous British watchmaker George Prior, French gold-plated console clocks, automated and semi-automated musical clocks, Ahmet Eflaki Dede's final work numbered 9, Ottoman Mevlevi masters Mehmet Şükrü and Mehmet Muhsin's turbulon clocks, Suleyman Leziz's magnificent astronomical clock and Osman Nuri's decimal clock, which are all cited among the world's finest mechanical watch collections."

Indoor photography is forbidden at Dolmabahçe Palace, so we will have to contend with photos of the building (also see workshop photos).

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Exposure Time: 1/560
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Focal Length: 17/4 mm
Date Taken: 2021-05-25 15:54
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