Irakliou Prefecture. The writer (Beksim?) reports that on the Vaide Jami Square there is an urinal which is located next to the market against every reason of hygiene he asks therefore to forbid using that urinal.
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Title
Irakliou Prefecture. The writer (Beksim?) reports that on the Vaide Jami Square there is an urinal which is located next to the market against every reason of hygiene he asks therefore to forbid using that urinal.
Description
Also he reports that it is very common to hunt peagens next to the Mahmut Aga or Haitar Oglou Mosque and that because of that practice the windows of the mosque are often broken
Note
The writer (Vazit?) informs Irakliou Mayor that Council of the Muslim Elders appointed Ali Bognim Vei Vedrizade Valuer in order to estimate the cost for the construction of a public urinate at the yard of the Valide Mosque
Issue Date
1903-01-16
1903-05-22
Language
Greek
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/61571
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Format
20-30 cm
Identifier
ACIGVC00015
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Open Access
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