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... Latin Churches in Constantinople. Leo forged a letter allegedly from Constantine I, which transferred all power of the Western Roman Empire to the Bishop of Rome. And so it went.
This great split in the Church is why today we know the “one holy, catholic and apostolic” church two Churches: the Roman Catholic Church and the organization of Eastern Orthodox Churches.
We westerners are more familiar with European history and the role of the ...
... incredible. Pammukale comprised of hundreds of thermal pools in the mountains, similar to Antarctica really (Well..what I imagine Antartica to be like...minus the 33 degree temperatures). The pools are formed by deposits of calcium and travertine, and natural mineral springs that bubble up warm and milky and flow over the white ground. The chemical and geological reactions that occur (which my poor science-challenged brain doesn’t fully understand, ...
... we headed to the restaurant on the top of our hotel for dinner. It happened to be just as the sun was setting and the call for evening prayers began. The view from the restaurant was amazing, with the blue mosque nearby, the bridge to the Asian side lit up and other historic sites alight too. A lovely welcome, and better lights than Paris! Merhaba Istanbul!
... on and walked up to the palace grounds. I will never forget the joy on their faces as they ran circles around each other on the grass outside the palace! I even have a video of it for posterity.
The crowds were horrible here as well, but then again, this was the Topkapi Palace, the absolute one must see, where generations and generations of Sultans lived, along with their many wives who were closeted in the harems! The courtyards, lush and green and shady, the treasury ...
Our Bosphorus tour started with a trip to the spice market situated in the old part of Istanbul. Since this was the last day of their holiday period, it was extremely crowded. We seem to have a knack for finding the crowds! Our guide said that there were 15 million people in Istanbul and he believed half of them were at the market. The market was a myriad of colour and tantalizing smells with shops selling beautiful ...