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THE 19th CENTURY ISTANBUL IN THE EYE OF TWO POLISH TRAVELERS
Among the European authors, who in their diaries or books of travel paid a lot of attention to Istanbul one can include two Poles: Jan Potocki – the eighteenth –century writer, traveler and a great connoisseur of the Orient and Wladyslaw Jablonowski – the nineteenth-century memoirist, a doctor working in Ottoman army, a member of International Sanitary Commission. Potocki, travelling to Ottoman Turkey and Egypt spent six weeks in Istanbul . In the diary of his journey he described, among other things, Istanbul, its citizens, some customs, holiday celebrations, etc. Wladyslaw Jablonowski in his memoirs from 1851-1893 gave meticulous descriptions of places he visited during his almost thirty-year stay in Turkey. His descriptions and remarks refer also to Istanbul, its surroundings, lifestyle of its citizens, etc. Jablonowski’s memoirs include numerous Turkish geographic names and other Turkish vocabulary used by the author to present in details some Turkish realities.

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The 19th century, descriptions of Istanbul, two Polish (Jan Potocki and Wladyslaw Jablonowski) travelers, memoirs.

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