English sought new ideas in various areas of Turkish architecture on the Ottoman lands and they tried to get started with some of these ideas

English sought new ideas in various areas of Turkish architecture on the Ottoman lands and they tried to get started with some of these ideas, besides Turkish baths. In the mid-sixteenth century Christopher Wren, the famous english architect, for himself, wanted Dudley North who lived in ?stanbul to learn about the construction technique of the Turks, especially mosque domes. Even though Christopher Wren wanted to use the information North gathered for construction of St. Pauls Church’s dome, He didn’t find the information sufficient. In the book, published by James Elmes, was quoted from the writings of Christopher Wren and James Elmes reflected that the domes which started with Hagia Sofia was built monumentally in ?stanbul and east countries and also he presented some of its structured analysis.

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