Armagrandi Spina Istanbul
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In the last three days I have observed the Turkish culture, their history and their people. Almost every pre conceived perception that I had before I left Australia has been grossly underrated and in my eyes, proven to be an absolute falsehood. The people live together in harmony and seem to love every man and woman as though there was some unspoken code of friendship and respect between them. Not a minute went by without a toot 'hello' from ...
... we receive the order. I honestly thought he gave us kids meal by mistake. The meal cost 21TL(11USD) each which was already pretty expensive considering the branch in Istanbul city only cost 8TL. We paid the same in the Burger King in Male, Maldives airport as well so we thought it's ok since we are hungry anyway. The burger was ridiculously tiny for Burger King standards or any fast food chain standards. It's takes ...
... which is entirely fireproof, was built by Emperor Justinian. For the Blue Mosque, it was built at the behest of Sultan Ahmed I - a very religious minded king who became a monarch at the very young age of fourteen. I was also able to see the monument is the Obelisk of Theodosius which was first set up by Thutmose III to the south of the seventh pylon of the great temple of Karnak.
... 8217;s like a giant maze that you don’t mind getting lost in because you can always find an exit if you want one. I walked around the city in the rain for another hour or so and then came back to the hostel for a bit.
Luckily by about 3pm the rain stopped and the sun came out. This city is amazing in a little bit of sunlight! I went back out to take some more pictures and I could really see why so many people ...
... a fascinating place to visit. The iconic, much-visited Blue Mosque is probably more impressive from afar than on the inside. But the Hagia Sophia, the church of St Sophia, built in the 6th century and at the time, the world’s largest building is an incredible and impressive feat of engineering. After 1453 and the Ottoman conquest of Constantinople, the building was turned into a mosque and remained as such until after the collapse of the Ottoman Empire when it became ...