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... the life of the city. As a result there are still several beautiful, detailed mosaics and frescoes depicting Jesus or the Virgin Mary with baby on the walls and ceilings. I believe these were covered over in a form of plaster by the Muslims, which inadvertently preserved them, enabling them to be displayed today. The walls and ceilings were also covered with other beautiful mosaics and frescoes and stunning decoration.
We did a tour of the Bosphorus aboard a ferry. From ...
... over from the top of the bridge where every son and uncle is fishing for their dinner! We found a local's bazaar with an open air restaurant in the centre where we sat, drank tea, smoked pipe and watched the activity: locals playing backgammon, tannies rolling out pancakes, men playing traditional instruments and the highlight! Swirling Dervishes! The brotherhood called Mevlevi (guided by the teachings of Rumi, who was born in 1207 and is one of the worlds ...
... t extensive it seems unfortunately the rules are more of an oppression of Muslim women rather than for their protection and benefit. Erin was disappointed and so stopped any further research into the topic. Following our Blue mosque experience we headed across the other side of the old town for dinner that consisted of Turkish pizza and turkish pide (similar to pizza but with Turkish bread). On our walk back from dinner to where we were staying we decided to visit the Hagia ...
... in caves. Everything was perserved well so we were actually able to obtain a clear idea of how life was then. We could't take photos inside the churches but I did get many beautiful shots of the surrounding terrain and landscape. It was absolutely beautiful. I had seen photos of Cappadocia prior to my visit but those photos didn't do the city any justice, just as my photos won't show the beauty my eyes saw. All of ...
... Kemal, later known as Ataturk (meaning father of turkey), that ill link to the blog that is well worth a look. Anyway, ill post some cool photos with some comments to explain more, but I'm sure most of you reading this know the story all too well. Its a place where many Anzacs and Turks died, but it's a place that drastically changed both our countries still to this day. I will say though that if ever your in the area it's a must too see, I felt really patriotic and ...
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