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The fountain, originally built in 1753, was actually relocated in later years, but it's typically Ottoman style. There would have been a time where these fountains were scattered across the city but today only one remains.
It was a feeling of deja vu, as I saw practically identical Sebilj like this one in Bursa in Turkey. It was a feeling of meeting an old friend - only the one in Bursa is not positioned at such a beautiful square like is...More
In the center of the old city this fountain has two taps from which you can get fresh drinkable water. Better than buying all these plastic bottles all the time. The Ottomans were ahead of their time: provision of good quality water was a public...More