Beykoz Shoe Factory

A veteran corner of the Bosphorus, a pioneer of Ottoman leather manufacturing, the country's source of pride in the 1855 Paris Universal Exhibition, gold medal-winner factory in the 1877 Vienna International Fair, and finally the Sumerbank's reputable manufacturing spot in the Republican period: Beykoz Shoe Factory.

  • 28.11.2016
  • Deniz Fırat
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