New Project for Narmanlı Inn

Narmanlı Inn is on the verge of a big change. The building will be renovated as part of a new project. Eren Can, a lawyer volunteering with Beyoğlu City Defense, demanded that the inn be turned into a place where people can spend time, and the rooms which famous Turkish poets such as Bedri Rahmi, […]

Narmanlı Inn is on the verge of a big change. The building will be renovated as part of a new project.

Eren Can, a lawyer volunteering with City Defense, demanded that the inn be turned into a place where people can spend time, and the rooms which Turkish poets such as Bedri Rahmi, Ahmet Hamdi lived in be converted into a .



As part of the project, one of the shops will be converted to a for recollection. The first editions of the works of Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınar, manuscripts of the works he created there and his photos from that time will be exhibited in the . The works, photos and notes of other artists and writers who once lived in Narmanlı Inn such as Bedri Rahmi will also be there in the .

Narmanlı Inn has been closed for nearly fifteen years. It was opened as a Embassy building in 1831 at the first place. When embassy units moved to the current Consulate in 1880, the building started to be used as a prison until 1914. After that time, it was converted to a Trade Office. The decided to sell the building in 1933. Narmanlı bought the building afterwards.



 







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