Actually, I’m highly logical which allows me to look past extraneous detail and perceive clearly that which others overlook.

morgana’s wardrobe (series 1-5)

verticulars:

I think my parents consider me to be a god. Because they always ask me ridiculous questions that I don’t have the answer to.

mecha-bun:

id rather be vain than learn to hate myself again

europeanladyhurrem:

”Osmanlı Kraliçeleri”

”Queens Of Ottoman”

magnificentcenturyturkey:

the week of Hurremthe real hurrem moments of vahide :)

Don’t stop my queen, go rock on them!

kosem-sultan:

The Magnificent Century: Kosem - Coming Soon;

Haseki Kösem Mahpeyker Valide Sultan (1590 – 3 September 1651) - was one of the most powerful women in Ottoman history. Favourite consort and later wife of Ottoman Sultan Ahmed I. She achieved power and influenced the politics of the Ottoman Empire through her husband Sultan Ahmed I, then through her sons Murad IV and Ibrahim I ”the Mad”  and finally through her minor grandson Mehmed IV. She was Valide Sultan (queen mother of the Sultan) from 1623 to 1651, when her sons Murad IV and Ibrahim I and her grandson Mehmed IV reigned as Ottoman sultans. She was a prominent figure during the Sultanate of Women. She was official regent twice and was thereby one of two women to have been formal regents of the Ottoman Empire.

Sweet triplet + proud father

magnificentcenturyturkey:

Queen Hurrem & Queen Mihrimah - Queen Anne & Queen Elizabeth

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thanks for hurrem+gifs: nurbanusutlan

kosemsultans:

”…Not in my flesh, but in my soul, I cry, I cry for you, my love, there is no ocean bigger than ocean of my tears for you, Hurrem…”

- Sultan Suleyman’s poetry for Hurrem Sultan after her death

After Hurrem Sultan’s death, nothing will be the same.

"Everyone has a story, your story is a legend Sultana… But, every story has its end".

request for anonym: Hurrem`s story

Hurrem - the sultana of happiness - (from Persian: خرم‎ Khurram, "the cheerful one"); and in Arabic as Karima (Arabic: كريمة‎, "the noble one").

Mahidevran - the sultana of beauty - Mahidevran’s name (Turkish pronunciation: [ˌmaːhidevˈɾan ɟylbaˈhaɾ], Ottoman Turkish: ماه دوران) means "one who is always beautiful", "one whose beauty never fades" or "beauty of the times.” Another meaning of her name is "Moon of Fortune."

Valide Ayse Hafsa - the sultana of regalness - Ayse means ”the one who lived” or ”romanly” and Hafsa means ”the young lion”.

Hatice - early born baby - also Hadice, Hatce is an Arabic-origin Turkish feminine given name and a variant of Khadija. It refers to prematurely born baby girl. 

Mihrimah - sultana of sun and moon - it means "Sun (lit. clemency, compassion, endearment, affection) and Moon”.

Nurbanu - the sultana of light - her name means ”light empress” and ”light lady”