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... expected/projected to have a demand of 35 million international passengers and 25 million domestic passengers annually by the year 2015. However, introduction of the Ankara-Istanbul high-speed railway in 2013 may shift rail passenger market share from 10%25 to 78%25. Completion of the construction of the intercity highways linking Istanbul to ...
... walked to the Topkapi palace. Another really interesting place where the architecture is incredible, especially the decorative bits. People everywhere!!! After our lunch break, some of us went into the Basilica Cistern. The Romans built this reservoir as the main water supply for the city. What an incredible feat in the year 532! On our return to the hotel, we ...
... dress up, weaing Sultans and Sultana's costumes, which was a bit of fun to finish it off.
We walked past the famous Oriental express train station on our walk around the city and got to visit the Archeology museum.
We experienced a traditional Turkish bath on our last night here, which was something I will never forget. Thanks to Dani for sharing this intimate experience with, and also laughing at me falling into the jacuzzi.
http://www.chatham.edu/academics/global focus/archives/turkey_1011/_pdf/history _culture.pdf
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... a Friday due to Muslim prayer. So we decided to visit The basilica cistern, as we bumped into a girl off our tour outside the Mosque and she mentioned that it was a must see. It was a fresh water reservoir pumped 19 km from a local Forrest. With some amazing detailed framework and plumbing. Quite remarkable for the date of when they built it. Next stop was at the Topkapi Palace a famous Sultan palace. It was pretty, but it lacked a ...