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It is a table clock that is designed and produced in a manner similar to the wings that Turkish scientist Hazerfan Ahmed Çelebi made when he tried to fly.

The grave revolves around the center of the plane continuously and the time automatically changes automatically.

It is a model of a table clock that a different style will follow in admiration.

Dimensions: 20 x 18.4 x 13.6 cm.

Who is the Hazerfan Ahmed Çelebi?

The 17th century writings of Evliya Çelebi relate this story of Hezarfen Ahmed Çelebi, circa 1630–1632:

First, he practiced by flying over the pulpit of Okmeydanı eight or nine times with eagle wings, using the force of the wind. Then,as Sultan Murad Khan (Murad 4) was watching from the Sinan Pasha mansion at Srayburnu, he flew from the very top of the Galata Tower (in contemporary Karaköy) and landed in the Doğancılar Square in Üsküdar, with the help of the south-west wind. Then Murad Khan granted him a sack of golden coins, and said: "This is a scary man. He is capable of doing anything he wishes. It is not right to keep such people," and thus sent him to Algeria on exile. He died there.

— Evliya Çelebi

 

It is a table clock that is designed and produced in a manner similar to the wings that Turkish scientist Hazerfan Ahmed Çelebi made when he tried to fly.

The grave revolves around the center of the plane continuously and the time automatically changes automatically.

It is a model of a table clock that a different style will follow in admiration.

Dimensions: 20 x 18.4 x 13.6 cm.

Who is the Hazerfan Ahmed Çelebi?

The 17th century writings of Evliya Çelebi relate this story of Hezarfen Ahmed Çelebi, circa 1630–1632:

First, he practiced by flying over the pulpit of Okmeydanı eight or nine times with eagle wings, using the force of the wind. Then,as Sultan Murad Khan (Murad 4) was watching from the Sinan Pasha mansion at Srayburnu, he flew from the very top of the Galata Tower (in contemporary Karaköy) and landed in the Doğancılar Square in Üsküdar, with the help of the south-west wind. Then Murad Khan granted him a sack of golden coins, and said: "This is a scary man. He is capable of doing anything he wishes. It is not right to keep such people," and thus sent him to Algeria on exile. He died there.

— Evliya Çelebi