Armagrandi Spina Istanbul
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... in many cultural and linguistic forms: Greek Orthodox, Russian Orthodox, Ukrainian Orthodox, etc. Wikipedia offers the staggering list of all Eastern Orthodox Churches at the following link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orthodox_C hurch_organization
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Part II The Ottoman Empire and The Republic of Turkey
The founders of the Ottoman Empire were descendants of a Turkic people, the Oguz Yabgu State, who migrated west from ...
Today is my third and last day in Constantinople and it was a wow day! I received the Eucharist in the sanctuary, an honor unto itself, and then was invited to the administrative offices for Turkish coffee and a dry biscuit. Shortly thereafter, I was ushered into a receiving room along with several professors from a major university in Greece and then separately introduced to Patriarch Bartholomew. He greeted me with a smile and a blessing. ...
... queue for the Blue Mosque. Age before beauty, thought we, and opted for Justinian's glory at the Hagia Sophia.
I could wax lyrical ad infinitum about my favourite building in the world, so I won't; suffice it to recall that when the Emperor saw it completed, he raced to the entrance, claiming "Solomon, I have surpassed thee!". He wasn't wrong. (B: I totally agree!)
We strolled down past the Sublime Porte, through Sirkeši ...
... our hotel. A very popular Kebab, but not the kebab we know. It was cooked in a terracotta pot and put over flames, when cooked they crack the top off and pour out onto the plate, was very theatrical, tasted average, but was good to see.
It was a nice hotel to stay at, although it had a very very tiny lift which I hated, so I took the small windy stairs, we were on the top floor, so we were getting very good exercise.
... of the palace was transferred to the national heritage of the new Turkish Republic. Mustards Kemal Araturk, the founder and 1st President of Turkey used it as a presidente residence during the summers. He died there on November 11, 1938. All the clocks in the palace are stopped at 9:10 am the very moment he died. Every year at the same date and time the Turkish people stop for 1 minute. Beylerbeyi Palace - This palace is a lot smaller then ...